Interior Design 4

The History of Functional yet Stylish and Beautiful Furniture

The importance of furniture is known to everybody as it add comfort, joy, color and it has the ability to bring your style out. We can’t just overlook the importance of furniture in our daily life. Furniture was made from the beginning of time, ancient Egyptians made chairs and cabinets for homes and public places. For geeks and romans they made crafts that are fashionable and stylish but also are functional.

Making stylish furniture started to be a tradition during the renaissance especially when the European enlightenment made the way for the Rococo motifs of the furniture art of France. This is the reason after today’s furniture being not only functional but they also have a very solid aesthetic value.

Designing furniture is the process of combining style and fashion in your furniture as they become as important as cost and function. The upcoming designer furniture generation will be built well, functional, stylish and fashionable; they will be the master appeal in any huge place like a hotel or a social environment where a lot of people reunite.

A lot of brans and companies now provide the customer with qualified designer furniture. Designer table sets, cabinets, sofas and a lot more are being provided by a big number of manufacturers that will be elegant memorabilia in every household. When you buy any piece of furniture you will not concentrate on function only but also on the beauty and style it will add to your house.

It is not easy to understand modern and contemporary furniture as the definition of each one changes all the time especially the contemporary one. When you go to buy contemporary furniture it will depend on the era or the region you want to duplicate an example for that the one made in japan is not like the one made in USA. For modern furniture, when you here modern you go to the words current, now or present this is a correct definition but the reality is the start of the movement of modern furniture was with the start of the modernism movement which have no relation with any current thing.

During World War II, the start of using materials for war efforts started. At that time people focused on functionality more than style in their furniture that lead the designers to concentrate on simple, clean and functional pieces. Later the Japanese culture affected the modern movement so the pieces became more functional with a stylish, beautiful look. The merging of cultures lead to having the best modernism pieces like a very famous coffee table made by Noguchi who was Japanese-American.

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