Classic Furniture for a Modern Home

We all want our homes to look as beautiful as possible. To do this, it often takes a fair bit of work to achieve the vision that is in our head. Apps like Instagram and Pinterest have influenced the way people choose furniture and make design choices in recent years. One trend which has been popular when it comes to interior design is including more classical and traditions pieces into modern rooms with overall contemporary design styles. For anyone looking to add some classic furniture pieces to a room in their home, here are some ideas to consider.

Chesterfield Sofas

To many, these beautiful traditional sofas may look best suited in old rooms with dark wood panelling and oil paintings on the wall. But placing them in modern rooms creates a fantastic contrast and allows the chesterfield sofa to be the focal point of the room. The precise nature of the design with the buttoned finish and vibrant colours create an inviting piece of furniture that your family can enjoy.

Chandeliers

These are such a classic piece for any room. With the amount of light in modern rooms, the reflective light produced from a chandelier is vast. This creates beautiful patterns around any room. Chandeliers can be quite large so if the room isn’t big enough look at a hallway as an alternative location.

Roll top bath

The bathroom can be one of the most relaxing rooms in your home, and the main feature of this is often the bath. If you have the space, a beautiful roll top can add real elegance to a bathroom. Another feature of these classic baths is the feet and taps which can be customised to fit your style. For many, taking a bath is a treat to de-stress at the end of a long day, and a roll top bath can enhance this experience.

Nest of tables

Not only is this set of tables highly practical but the range of designs make them a really stylish addition to any room. A versatile piece of furniture which can be placed in living rooms, dining rooms, bedrooms and even hallways gives you the convenience of multiple tables while the storage space takes up only the space of one. They are particularly useful when guests come and visit as they can make individual side tables for glasses, cups or plates.  


 


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