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Furniture Trends: Modern Chairs Tendencies

Furniture Trends today’s topic! It is no secret that furniture can transform a room, so we need to make sure we have the right one! And most importantly, we should choose one that is as unique as we are.

With the chairs, the same things happen. We have to choose comfort without neglecting elegance, sophistication with practicability, beauty with function. Let’s explore!

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Natural Materials

The use of new, natural and organic materials is something that is in vogue. We see this need for sustainability with the growing environmental-conscious our society is becoming.

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This beautiful living room has the BRYCE Side Table, NIKU Floor Light and INCA Armchair.

INCA Armchair

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The Inca Empire was a remarkable civilisation known for its brilliantly weaved and coloured clothes. INCA Armchair took inspiration from this compelling culture. Upholstered in cotton velvet and with legs in ebony wood veneer with a glossy varnish, this mid-century modern accent chair will stand beautifully in a living room set.

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French Modern Design

French Modern Design is reemerging! This is present in the rounded shapes in upholstered furniture, the use of cane in wooden products as well as off-kilter shapes in mirrors and accessories.

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This entryway has the ANDES Armchair, KENDO Floor Light and MACUSHI Rug.

ANDES Armchair

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The grandeur of the Andes’ mountains is only matched by the surviving skills of the people who live there. ANDES Armchair is a mid-century modern furniture piece that pays tribute this strength. With matte aged brass legs and covered in a rich cotton velvet upholstery, this accent chair adds a strong yet graceful touch to any home decor.

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See Also: India Mahdavi – Eclectic Modern Chairs with a Contemporary Flair

European-Inspired Details

Furniture Euro-inspired has German and Italian influences which can be found in the sloping arms of couches, knife-edge welts, metal legs, and more.

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This beautiful living room has the MAMBU Bookcase, LALLAN II Centre Table, WARAO Rug and NUKA Armchair.

NUKA Armchair

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Nuka is a glacier in Alaska known for its sublime beauty. NUKA Armchair came to life inspired by this magnificent natural monument. Upholstered in velvet and legs in glossy gold leaf, this occasional chair with a curved back will make any living room set or bedroom design look sleek and chic.

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Statement Furnishings

The resurgence of the 1980s trends, like curved sofas and other upholstered furnishings are very much so in vogue.

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This entryway has the MAA Armchair, KOI II Side Table and the rug WHITE GARDEN by Rug’Society.

MAA Armchair

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Maa is the language spoken by the Maasai tribe, known for its harmonious dialect. MAA Armchair pays tribute to it. This channel-tufted chair features a nailhead trim that wraps around the piece and legs in ebony wood veneer. It will add a tailored touch to any modern interior design.

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Traditional Details

The mix of modern and classic elements gave birth to the Modern Classic design movement, which brings the traditional lines and the more intricate detailing on the furniture and decorative accessories from the modern style.

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This home library has the SEQUOIA Centre Table, the rug PAPUA and the MAYA Armchair.

MAYA Armchair

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The Maya civilization had maize as one of the primary elements of their culture. Personified as a woman, Maya’s Maize God was the inspiration behind MAYA Upholstered Chair. With legs in matte aged brass, this velvet chair has the sensual and delicate forms of the goddess, making it the perfect seating solution for an elegant living room set.

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See Also: Swivel Chairs – Easy Comfort With All the Elegance and Sophistication

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What do you think of this article on furniture trends? Let us know, we are curious! For more modern interior design inspiration and decorating ideas, don’t forget to visit our Pinterest and our Instagram account!

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