Published at Monday, September 04th 2017. by Nadezhda Genrich in Interior.
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.
Much like the colorful couch, sectionals were considered as ‚irrelevant dinosaurs‚ of a different era during the 90s. And just like bright and brilliant sofas, the convenient and adaptable sectional has made a grand comeback in the last few years. Today‚s sectionals are all about maximizing space, utilizing the living room corner, creating an organized living room and setting the tone for an ergonomic interior. Providing ample sitting room and also bringing modular ease, sectionals have become a staple of sorts in most urban apartments. Even in the expansive living areas, a colorful sectional can delineate space without seeming out of place.
We always talk of the living room as a monolithic unit. Every little detail in the room is like a small piece of the larger jigsaw. Disturb one and you might have to end up creating an entirely new picture! The fabulous and comfy couch is definitely at the center of this delightful setting and is inarguably the most important piece of decor in any living space. A couch can define the style of your living room and as an extension that of your kitchen and dining space as well. It pretty much lays down the marker for everything else and is the one large addition that can transform the living room ambiance.
And our top pick in this category for early 2017 is undoubtedly the Dante Come as You Are Bar Cart designed by Christophe de la Fontaine. This sleek, striking and seemingly sculptural bar cart is both sophisticated and playful in its design. There is plenty of shelf space here and its light frame is an added advantage that makes a huge difference. Available in black, white gold and champagne red, this is a bar cart built to steal the spotlight.
If you want a side table to multitask, then buying one with wheels can help you in more ways than one. This stylish side table / cart can be used in pretty much any room of your home and moving it around would be an absolute breeze. Serving as a side table next to the couch when needed or acting as additional desk space in the home office, the small side table on wheels can fit into even the tiniest of corners. If you want to take things a step further, then we suggest trying a bed on wheels with modern industrial style or even a kitchen island that can be moved around when needed.
With that in mind, we have for you 20 gorgeous and ergonomic desks that perfectly fit into the idea of an efficient and modest home workspace. Some of these include beautiful writing desks and sleek office desks that can be also used in the home library or the dedicated home office. Combing form, function and trendy design, these dashing desks promise to make your tiny workspace a lot more organized and easy on the eyes!