The home living room is one place where people often want to update furniture periodically. You are one of those people who redecorate once a year or so you may want to read this today.
You can make your choices based on what kind of room theme you would like to display. For instance, you may prefer a more formal setting. On the other hand you might want to display a more casual setting.
Traditional and Formal Selections
As you set out to redo the interior of your home, maybe you on a quest for the best modern glass coffee tables and matching furnishings and accessories. This along with perhaps a contemporary crystal ceiling lamp, glass china cabinet or soft colored lights can create a very enchanting setting.
Glass furniture some in a variety of shapes, styles, textures, and colors. The most popular models might include the frosted as well as the black glass pieces. However, the clear glass is often still a favorite because of the way light can radiate from it and reflect throughout the room.
As far as sofas and armchairs you might choose selections created by Joseph Hoffman or Charles Le Corbusier. Particularly, the 1910-Joseph Hoffman Cubis 2 Seater Sofa would look divine in formal home living room displays. Arne Jacobson Inspired Swan Sofa which was first introduced about 1957 would also like elegant in most formal interior settings.
In 1954, Florence Knoll created a new lounge collection for which she seemed to become famous for very quickly. Her whole line of lounge furniture is very versatile and matches well with many other classic and contemporary items. The Charles Eames Lounge Chair and Stool may also look well here and incidentally comes from about the same period in history.
Eileen Gray also produced quite a collection of items including a sofa a cocktail table, arm chair and so on (most famous for the Bibendum Chair). Eileen Gray items are reproduced today to help people remember her find work of the times. Her furniture is perfect for any home living room lounge or hotel setting.
For the most daring people, the George Nelson Marshmallow Sofa or George Nelson Multi-coloured Ball Clock might be some wise choices. There are other fun pieces that you can place in a modern home living room.
For instance, you could try the Orange Slice Chair by Pierre Paulin (replica) or the Hans J Wegner Ox Chair and Stool reproduction. The Eero Aarnio Ball Chair collection from the 1960s also seems to be a favorite choice.