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What Do the Most Modern Furniture Trends Have to Offer?

While 2018 was a year of change when it came to fashion and furniture, this year promises to bring a lot more surprises. If you’re looking to start a new trend in your neighborhood or ride the wave of a growing furniture trend, this is the right place to be.

Below we’ll take a look at some of the most exciting, creative and inspiring trends you are likely to encounter as the spring of 2019 comes and goes.

Bolder Colors and Unique Bedroom Items

Bold colors have been a growing trend in the past few years, but even experienced furniture manufacturers and designers weren’t able to suspect that they’d take of to such an extent in such a short amount of time.

High contrast blues, artistic patterns for upholstery combined with classic wood furniture, as well as striking red and pink shades for living rooms and bedrooms are among the most highlighted and imposing of color trends.

Also, when it comes to bedrooms, you’ll likely find a lot of things are changing according to interior decorators who have the scoop on the latest fashion for bedroom furniture trends. Comfy, upholstered headboards, artistic paintings hung up above them and quaint lamps and nightstands further populating the scenery make for a more relaxing and harmonious bedroom décor than you might imagine.

Multifunctional Furniture Items

If you want to go with something truly special, you’ll likely look at some of the more unique furniture items that are expected to make an appearance on the online market this year. One of the most anticipated are the new lines of multi functional furniture that’s sure to raise a few eyebrows and turn a few heads.

Multi functional items refer to combining things like a recliner and a drink table, but they can go even further. The modern recliner can also be used as a chair or even as something resembling a hammock, so you can get that relaxing nap right after lunch.

One of the key benefits and goals of introducing these types of furniture has to do with the desire for simplicity and the increase in functional space that most homeowners and tenants require. If, for example, you move to a new apartment and your space is restricted because of the lower rent you’ve chosen, it’s usually best to stick to the smaller space and invest in cheaper furniture that is not only multi functional, but also able to reduce the need for frequent replacements.

Precise Geometric Patterns

Art deco is not just making a comeback when it comes to decoration items and lamps, but to furniture as well. If you want to buy the most modern types of furniture in 2019, start looking for precise geometric patterns and shapes that highlight the intricacy and perfection of a harmonious home. Contemporary dining room sets can add great character to your home.

contemporary dining room sets

These furniture items will be expected to appear on the market to an increasingly greater extent as summer approaches, and you will do well to consider them, if you truly want to impress your guests and neighbors in the most positive of ways.

Busting The Myths About Custom Furniture

Commissioning a custom piece of furniture has the main benefit of receiving something crafted just for you. It is like the difference between a shirt bought off the rack and one that has been custom-tailored on your body type and measurements; the first one may look just fine, but the other one will be perfect.  Sofas Denver retailers have pretty much look all the same and are extremely generic.  With custom sofas you can have them the length and width and depth that you need them for your specifications.

Even so, there are people who avoid the idea of custom furniture, even if commissioning is not at all harder than buying ready-made furniture. So, let’s try to demystify some aspects.

  • Custom-built furniture is very expensive

Actually no, not necessarily. It can even be less expensive than ready-made furniture from chain stores and showrooms because large furniture manufacturers have a lot of invisible expenses (designers, sales, factory etc.) that are rolled into the final price; not to mention that mass-produced furniture lacks the quality and attention to details of custom-built furniture.

  • Custom-built furniture takes time to be ready

Yes, it does, but it is not that long as you may think and it varies from one furniture maker to another. On the other hand, it takes time to buy ready-made furniture too (unless you are extremely lucky and find immediately what you are looking for, as well as the transportation options).

  • Custom-built furniture is not really necessary and will not make any difference

Actually, in some cases it is necessary and it will make a difference. There are people who live in small studios or work in small or open offices, which greatly increase their need for storage space and living space. In some cases, this can be accomplished only with furnishings with shapes and dimensions that cannot be found off-the-shelf. Custom-built furniture is also an excellent option for people with special needs.

  • Custom-built furniture is not that special

Being unique, created by people providing great attention to detail, personalized furniture is very special. And it is not just its practical aspect about utilizing the space in the best way possible; people are moving towards this type of furniture to create statements, to invest in pieces that can be shared with other generations to come. For some folks, this is something that provides identity and a sense of satisfaction.

  • You cannot re-sell custom furniture

This is not true. Personalized furniture is unique and there are many people out there who prefer investing in unique items instead of paying to have what the next person has. Everyone who moves into a new home realizes how much in-demand custom-built pieces are. So, there is no need to worry about this; you have very good chances to sell customized furniture sooner than ready-made items.

  • The maintenance of custom-built furniture is a hard process

We wonder why there’s this preconceived opinion… Personalized furniture only differs from ready-made furniture in terms of design, not in terms of materials. The materials used to create it are largely the same so, logically, they require the same level of maintenance as in the case of mass-produced furniture.