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Fabienne Living Room Furniture February 13th, 2018 - 09:27:40
This makes sense when you consider that a large part of your waking life will be spent in your living room. This is where you relax after a day at work, watch TV, listen to music and talk to the kids. Not only does your living room furniture have to be comfortable, but it must also be hard-wearing. The use to which it is generally put is one of the reasons for the large range of living room furniture available from companies such as Southwood, Sherrill and Stickley.
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.
However, irrespective of whether you prefer black and white or traditional earth colors, for a truly holistic approach to your living room furniture and furnishes you must also take the accessories and accent pieces into consideration. These include occasional pieces of furniture, rugs, lamps, candlesticks and even paintings and mirrors for your walls.
What is modern living room furniture, and what are the current standards of American furniture design? To answer the second question first, the answer is excellent, although with a tendency to the traditional. In order to answer the question completely, the concept of modern living room furniture must first be considered and agreed upon. Do we mean modern, contemporary, surrealistic or personal preference? In fact, does the term modern mean anything at all, other than having been designed in the current era? Many people use the term to refer to designs not conforming to current trends, so perhaps non-conformist is a better definition? Nope? Thought not!