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Janis Duran Living Room Furniture February 11th, 2018 - 09:51:03
Traditional American furniture design is characterized by solid wood in natural shades, with upholstery, furnishings and décor to match. Modern living room furniture tends to be associated with clean lines, whites and bright colors put together to offer a sensation of space with colorful accents intruding as focal points.
Look around the different ranges offered by some of the better-known manufacturers, such as Stickley Furniture, Sherrill Furniture, Southwood and American Craftsman. If you have the money, check out The Custom Shoppe for what they can do for you with your budget. They can custom-design furniture to meet your needs, though the prices are naturally higher than the standard ranges.
You have no need to travel to your local shopping mall, and there are no apparent benefits in doing so other than being able to see the furniture in the flesh, so to speak. By shopping online you normally get to see a firms entire stock, which you certainly cannot do in a space-restricted mall store. You also get to use the room space planning service, so that it is not left to chance or memory whether or not your choice of living room furniture would fit into your room. It is your choice whether you use an online furniture store or not, but the benefits gained by doing so appear to make it the best choice - particularly if you are purchasing more than one piece of furniture.
Thats the artistic view. Many prefer to describe the modern living room as being bright, airy and interesting with colorful accents. Not much difference, then! In fact, much American furniture design does tend to focus a great deal on natural wood finishes, while UK, Scandinavian (aka IKEA!) and continental European designs appear to be more adventurous, making good use of accent colors and experimental shapes. Is this really true? Many would believe it to be somewhat unfair to American furniture designers, because they tend to cater for what Americans are seeking. However, how do you know what you want if you are continually exposed to the same old stuff?