Published at Wednesday, October 10th 2018. by Matthieu Poulin in Interior Furniture.
Accent furniture is small in size but very essential to compliment other furniture around the room. For example, it's not enough to have a sofa and TV cabinet in your living room. It requires accent furniture like side tables to hold the table lamps, show pieces, photo frames, etc. Even if you dont have any such decorative items you would still require an accent table to place your TV remote control, coffee mug, books and magazines. Not only the living, but you might need them for other rooms as well.
Then next was the space age trend. This included more of plastic that was molded and other materials that were synthetic. The choice of color was mostly white for the furniture with different colored floor and cushion options.
There were many famous artists that were educated or taught at the school. In addition to Gropius, there were Marcel Breuer, Mies van der Rohe, and Le Corbussier. Besides being visionary architects, these men also designed furniture for their buildings, in the tradition of the Adam brothers of 18th century England. One chair in particular was to change the course of furniture design to this day.
Needs: what is the purpose of you buying accent furniture? Is it for storage, to hold things or to fill the bare space? Decide on what do you expect out of the furniture. If you want to place a night lamp or just a flower vase in the corner of the room, then choose an accent table accordingly. Side tables and console tables are two types of accent tables available. If it is to just fill in the bare space, then go for accent chairs. They come in different styles and design to match the interiors and serve you best.
During the English Georgian period, one of the most famous cabinetmakers, Thomas Chippendale, began his career. Cabinetmakers were skilled in crafting fine furnishings, what we would call high-end quality. The interesting thing about Chippendale was that he was not an inventor. Instead, he took the best designs from other countries and adapted them into his own style. He was greatly influenced by French Rococo, Chinese and Gothic styles. He is best known for his great chair designs and because of these classic designs his name endures.
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