Top 10 Furniture Styles
Top 10 Furniture Styles - There's a style thats perfect for everybody. Let's find out which is right for you.
Modern and contemporary design are often mistaken for the same thing, both do have similar characteristics, however, modern design is a specific style from the modernist movement and contemporary design is always adapting and changing to fit popular design trends in the current day.
- Modern Furniture For The Lounge
- Modern Furniture For The Bedroom
- Modern Furniture For The Home Office
Contemporary - Contemporary furniture styles are inspired by popular themes and trends at the current time, it is a style that changes as trends change and is constantly evolving. It borrows qualities from modernism, minimalism, Art Deco, and other global styles
Contemporary furniture usually uses a neutral colour pallet such as beige, cream, black, white or grey and can also feature splashes of colour to make the room really pop.
Clean lines and organic silhouettes are also some of the prominent characteristics used in contemporary furniture styles.
- Contemporary Furniture For The Lounge
- Contemporary Furniture For Bedroom
- Contemporary Furniture For The Home Office
- Industrial Furniture For The Lounge
- Industrial Furniture For The Bedroom
- Industrial Furniture For The Home Office
Scandinavian - This calming and neutral style of furniture is inspired by the simplicity of life in Nordic countries. Neutral colour pallets are commonly used such as white, beige and cream with added colourful patterns and artistic features often incorporated. Textures from natural materials and fibers are used to stand out in Scandinavian furniture and give an earthy and relaxed tone to the room. Scandinavian furniture is simple and understated and often makes the room feel light and airy.
- Scandinavian Furniture For The Lounge
- Scandinavian Furniture For The Bedroom
- Scandinavian Furniture For The Home Office
Traditional- Traditional furniture usually features classic details, natural materials such as dark finished wood, rich colour pallets often with floral designs or plain upholstery. Colourful stained glass with beautiful details and wooden features with extra dimensions such as carved wood, cabriole legs, tufted upholstery, and traditional styles of feet with different patterns and shapes. This style of furniture is inspired by European regal historical styles from the victorian era.
Todays modern home owner can mix traditional and contemporary styles of furniture to create a unique and personal space. Pick which style of furniture you want to dominate the space and then incorporate a few pieces of the other style of furniture, consider which attribrutes you love the most from your furniture and find a way to weave these details together throughout your interior.
- Traditional Furniture For The Lounge
- Traditional Furniture For The Bedroom
- Traditional Furniture For The Home Office
Glamorous - Glamorous interior decor is all about luxury, boldness, and sparkles! Glamorous furniture really makes a statement, by using many details to stand out. A glamorous interior may feature mirrored furniture with crystal handles, dazzling chandeliers, and glass furniture with shiny metal elements in gold or silver. Chairs with luxury velvet upholstery and tufts really fit into the glamorous style, and other elements such as studded detailing, animal patterns, metal edging, crushed glass, glitter, and faux fur all add that extra bit of glam. Colour pallets used in glamorous furniture and interiors are usually a mix of modern neutrals such as white, grey, black and beige with bold colours that pop such as hot pink, emerald green, mustard yellow, and orange. Some may think that glam furniture is over the top, but that's what we love about it, it certainly isn't boring. And when styled correctly you can create a sophisticated luxe-glam interior that you can't help but fall in love with.
- Glamorous Furniture For The Lounge
- Glamorous Furniture For The Bedroom
- Glamorous Furniture For The Home Office
Shabby Chic- Shabby Chic style furniture is seen as soft, feminine and pretty, usually featuring distressed and rustic features and generally having light colour schemes such as white, beige, cream and pastel colours. Shabby chic furniture is usually wooden and the paint tends to have antique-style finishes so that the furniture looks like pretty vintage pieces. This is definitely a chic and elegant style of furniture that can be quite cosy and homely and also gives the room a light and airy vibe. You can complete a room with shabby chic style furniture, cosy cushions and lots of floral arrangements and dried flowers to combine the whole look.
- Shabby Chic Furniture For The Lounge
- Shabby Chic Furniture For The Bedroom
- Shabby Chic Furniture For The Home Office
Art Deco - The art deco furniture style was first introduced in the 1920's at a Paris exhibition for modern and industrial decorative arts. This popular new style was set to take over architecture, interior styling, furniture, and other decorative arts throughout Europe. At the time art deco furniture was made by wealthy designers for wealthy clients who could afford high quality, luxurious materials. Art deco furniture is characterized by symmetrical and clean lines, combining traditional craftsmanship with modern machinery and materials. Art deco furniture is a distinctive and over the top style that stands out with its rich, exotic materials and colours and its luxurious designs. Some of the main features of art deco furniture today are bold, geometric patterns and colours, non traditional materials such as metals and marble and an overall vintage-glamour look.
- Art Deco Furniture For The Lounge
- Art Deco Furniture For The Bedroom
- Art Deco Furniture For The Home Office
Minimalist - Minimalist furniture focuses on the simplicity of design without excessive decoration or ornamentation. Usually featuring natural and beautiful materials with clean lines. Minimalist furniture and interior styling create a sleek, clean and modern space that focuses on the essentials needed in your home without over decorating. Minimalism in your home helps to keep a clear and focused mind without unnecessary distractions, and minimalists are all about embracing the light airiness that comes with lots of empty and de-cluttered space.
- Minimalist Furniture For The Lounge
- Minimalist Furniture For The Bedroom
- Minimalist Furniture For The Home Office
Farmhouse - Farmhouse refers to a style that you would typically see in a cottage or home in the countryside or farm. This style of furniture is usually made from natural materials such as stone or wood in all different textures and finishes, and often has a rustic and natural charm that creates a cosy and welcoming feel in your home. Farmhouse furniture is practical in form and function and is made to last! Modern-Farmhouse is a popular style that combines clean, sleek and contemporary styling with the rustic and natural charms of traditional farmhouse furniture.
- Farmhouse Style Furniture For The Lounge
- Farmhouse Style Furniture For The Bedroom
- Farmhouse Style Furniture For The Home Office
If you need more help choosing which style of furniture you want in your home, contact our sales team and we will be happy to answer any questions!