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The Armchair Bao, Contemporary Furniture by Walter Knoll

 The Armchair Bao, Contemporary Furniture by Walter Knoll

The Elegant Armchair Bao is designed by Walter Knoll. The elegant armchair has unique appearance to create a timeless appeal. The armchair design features beautiful curves to accentuate an amazing form. There is the combination of the materials, for example, the back of the armchair is covered in a leather patchwork and the seat is covered in fabric, creating a textural element. A hidden metal plate supports the armchair. Having this elegant armchair gives contemporary touch to your home
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The Layton Wood & Glass Modern Sideboard with a Stylish and Contemporary design form ivgStores

 The Layton Wood & Glass Modern Sideboard with a Stylish and Contemporary design form ivgStores

Seeing the image, I think this is very elegant cabinet and you will like it. Called the Layton Wood & Glass Modern Sideboard, the cabinet design creates the combination between a contemporary design, clean and minimalist appearance. It is made of eco-friendly solid rubber wood, with a tempered glass top surface and a dark brown wood finish. As an accent cabinet, the contemporary cabinet has enough spaces to store extra china, books, and vases and so on. The elegant piece has a pair of shelves, which are adjustable and make room for the sideboard’s height to be adjusted in three positions. What do you think? You can buy for $682.91 after a 44% discount from ivgStores. Continue reading

Amazing Urban Bench Design, Contemporary Furniture by BMW Designworks

 Amazing Urban Bench Design, Contemporary Furniture by BMW Designworks

This urban bench, which was a part of the Metro40 collection by BMW Group DesignworksUSA , was really stood out. By the perfection of the curves and the smooth transaction from wood to metal, as if they were one whole, this flawless design was amazing. It was a very nice design in the tradition of BMW cars. According to Antonio Carusone on his blog AisleOne, the design was streamlined and simple and made use of some fine materials. The sweeping curves were really loved. How the legs were one continued piece that formed a part of the back and seat. The metallic support structure looked like an elastic band, which was a beautiful contradiction which added to its tactility. So, the eye flew over the contours, the wood was curved off too.

 Amazing Urban Bench Design, Contemporary Furniture by BMW Designworks

 Amazing Urban Bench Design, Contemporary Furniture by BMW Designworks

 Amazing Urban Bench Design, Contemporary Furniture by BMW Designworks

 Amazing Urban Bench Design, Contemporary Furniture by BMW Designworks

 Amazing Urban Bench Design, Contemporary Furniture by BMW Designworks

 Amazing Urban Bench Design, Contemporary Furniture by BMW Designworks

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Picnik, Contemporary Table Design by Extremis

 Picnik, Contemporary Table Design by Extremis

The driving concept behind was Extremis People coming together. This experience of togetherness was facilitated and enhanced by the Picnik. For two with a specific application for small spaces, it was a table and bench combo, but put them together, lined them up. A contemporary table became equally popular in public spaces and even indoors because of Picnik’s hip design. A little table with big solutions, a contemporary furniture definitely was a ‘tool for togetherness’, as were the rest of Extremis products.
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Unique Standard Combining Luxury Materials and Cheap Imitation Product by Folkform

 Unique Standard Combining Luxury Materials and Cheap Imitation Product by Folkform

Stockholm Design Week: Swedish designers Folkform released a modern furniture that combined luxury materials such as Carrara marble and vintage leather with cheap imitation products such as laminate and fake leather. The unique furniture was called Unique Standard. The range of furniture design comprised of a leather/fake leather bench (top image), a cabinet finished in Carrara marble and Carrara-effect laminate (above), and further cabinets that combined granite and laminate and Masonit and birch. Continue reading