Category : Home Improvement
There are a few pieces of furniture that we never want to get rid of. It’s certainly true that to get rid of such beauty one has to think a lot, especially if you have kept it in the exact way it was given to you! If you want to get those types of furniture added to your existing collection. Here is a list of 20 timeless furniture that will surely enhance the look of your home.
- Built-in furniture – These furniture takes the place of their movable counterparts to become an integral part of the home’s architecture and create timeless appeal. From built-in cabinets to bookshelves, this piece of furniture is easier to flow with space while serving as an important purpose.
- Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman – Designed by the couple Charles and Ray Eames, this chair is a relaxed lounge chair that emulates the look of a worn baseball mitt. Their creation mixes a curvy molded plywood shell with comfortable leather upholstery and an aluminum base on a swivel. This piece of furniture surely reminds you of the mid-century and is a permanent collection of New York City’s Museum of Modern Art.
- Bentwood Chairs – These chairs got their name from the chair’s frame being bent into its curvy shape. Designed by Michael Thonet, he perfected the technique of using hot steam to get the wood pliable enough to bend. Bentwood chairs’ minimal design is elegant and effortlessly blends into a variety of design styles and environments. You are sure to see these types of chairs in the local restaurants.
- Canopy Bed – These beds were more practical than stylish for they provided warmth and privacy above all. Styled with dreamy, romantic curtains, these canopy beds often stayed without the famous curtains and let the structure stand on its own.
- Flora White Jewelry Mirrors – Fit for a princess, this traditional bedroom is charming and glamorous to the space that you want to dedicate for your princess. Certainly a vintage décor will max up the potential of the room.
- Windsor Chair – Rumored to be used in the Windsor Castle gardens in the 18th century England. These chairs were later found in every quaint home around the country. It became widespread in the Atlantic and was adopted by the Americans later on. This piece of furniture holds so much history that it can only bring curiosity and surprised acclamation.
- Moroccan Pouf – This pouf or some kind of footstool is easy to place your feet when you’re tired. It can also serve as a chair if you need an extra seat while receiving guests.
- Upholstered Bed – If you want to revamp your bed, what better idea than giving it ‘some cloth to cover itself’! The clean lines and soft colors will just work with any kind of décor that you have thought of. Master this décor by adding some spring colors to it!
- Wooden Bookcase – Showcase your personality by displaying some decorative objects, books, and arts. A wooden bookcase is a must in all homes as it goes perfectly with any design and interior décor of any space.
- French Provincial Carved Side Chairs – These classic French armchairs are known to be perennially in fashion. As it is no secret that the French are used to luxury, it can be viewed from their décor and lifestyle. This piece of furniture is one of the most artistic pieces ever crafted. You are sure to find such chair in any of the French households.
- The Louis Mirror – Paired quite well with modern and contemporary interior themes, this mirror was originally designed to fit the traditional French room décor. This mirror is available in different shapes and sizes and there are different kinds of finish to fit the design of your choice. This timeless piece is certainly going to pop up the décor level if placed in any space.
- Longcase Clock – Commonly known as the Grandfather Clock, this piece of furniture has both intrigue and historical value added to it! The large visible dial, the metal pendulum, the delicately carved wooden frame of the clock, and the accuracy of its timekeeping are the main reasons why it is still popular.
- Chesterfield Sofa – The Chesterfield Sofa is often credited to Lord Philip Stanhope, the 4th Earl of Chesterfield and the immediate namesake. This piece is a timeless addition to any living space. Well, it is normal that any sofa with an equal back and arms is called a Chesterfield but what makes it different is the tufted part. From linens to velvet, Chesterfield Sofa is now upholstered.
- The Tulip Table – Often used in spaces where it is compact and smaller in size. These tables are easy to move around and have no corners. Because of its likeness to the flower, this piece is a hallmark of the mid-century modern design. The Tulip table holds an up-straight position and it easily blends with any décor.
- Oriental Rug – There is no home in the world where you can’t find an oriental rug! The look evokes a lot of questions when looked. Hand-knotted in the Middle East, this piece does not gt old at all.