Published at Monday, 04 September 2017 by Nadezhda Genrich in Interior, with total 61 images.
Borge Mogensen presented the prototype for his functional wood frame Søborg chair in 1950. In 1952, Mogensen added a steel-framed version, reflecting the designer‚s vision of international modernism. Similar to his work with wood, the legs of Mogensen‚s steel frame Søborg chair are slightly tapered, thus imparting a pleasingly crafted aesthetic. Whether it is the steel frame version or wood version, the Søborg chair is the perfect dining companion. Fredericia‚s Verve series was created by Geckeler Michels, a Berlin-based design duo. Available in sledge, swivel (with or without castors) and four leg versions, Verve is a cup-style chair designed with vigour and enthusiasm in mind. Its sledge and four leg models will make wonderful dining seats.
Modular sofas – they are quickly becoming the next big thing in contemporary living rooms. Allowing you to use the small urban living room in multiple ways and turning the large, open living area into a more social setting, modular sofas work well in pretty much every home. Apart from allowing you to easily move around individual pieces to fashion multiple compositions, modular sofa units also give you the convenience of adding more seating with growing family needs. Adaptable, fun and undoubtedly colorful, they bring an air of playfulness to the living room.
Modular storage units are always useful to have around the house and with space-savvy decor making big waves in the last few years, adaptable cabinets on wheels are undoubtedly a must-have in the modern home office. Apart from giving you a convenient place to tuck away all those files and additional office supplies, cabinets on wheels can be easily moved around to create additional space when needed. Simply tuck them away underneath the work table after a long day and draw out the Murphy bed and your small home office is turned into a comfortable bedroom or guest room!