Construction: You want the furniture piece to feel solid and heavy. Avoid particleboard and light aluminum frames and stick with solid wood construction. Solid wood frames will generally last much longer and is the standard for fine furniture. However, make sure that the price is consistent with your expectations for how long the piece is going to last. The cushion is also an important point to consider when looking at construction. Before purchasing anything, give it the sit test. No matter how beautiful your new upholstery piece is you won't enjoy it if it's not comfortable. Silhouette: Is the general shape of the piece trendy or will it stand the test of time? A piece of furniture is an investment in your home and says a lot about you. Choose a silhouette that you will love now and in the future. This doesn't mean, however, that you should choose something shapeless or without style. Whether your preferences are contemporary or traditional, there are many updated options available on the market.
Furniture, Minimalist furniture: a high sofa, chair, bed, this classic shapes and strong design. Color design of furniture corresponds to the decor of the background (wall). The main quality of furniture in this style is simplicity and versatility: transforming sofa and bed, foldout chair, folding table, built-in wardrobes, etc. There are no shelves in the minimalist interior. All things must be kept in a cabinet or in boxes under the sofa / bed. Prints and designs on upholstery are not acceptable. But it can be on the wall. Some people are wondering what minimalism really means. The simplest meaning that we can think of is it is keeping things simple. This is the closest that we can say, but it means more, depending on the subject you want to refer to. In abstract painting, minimalism is about the extreme simplification of form, using basic shapes and the monochromatic shades of primary colors, anonymity of style and objectivity. In music, minimalism is the extreme simplification of harmonies, patterns, rhythms, prolonged melodic or chordal repetitions. While in arts, literature and design, minimalism is the use of the fewest and barest elements or essentials. Thus, we can say that minimalism is more of a lifestyle than ideas.
Keep in mind that every piece of furniture you like isn't necessarily the right fit for your home. Keep function, durability, necessity, and aesthetics in mind when shopping. Of course, the most important thing is that you enjoy your furniture, but balance affinity with objectivity and look at the space, measure your room and furniture pieces, and evaluate what you already have before you throw everything out. By keeping these things in mind, you can easily create a great-looking space that complements your lifestyle. The focus of a room is often created by the furniture and accessories in it. Disjointed wall art or overdone window treatments, for example, don't necessarily enhance the function of a space; they distract from it. That's not to say that you can't create an artistic feature in a minimalist room. Just do it with a piece that adds to the function, such as a handsome light fixture above an empty dining table, or a brightly colored piece of furniture. When embracing minimalism, ask yourself: Is this absolutely necessary? Minimalist spaces are known for balance and simplified beauty. For a healthy, less chaotic and aesthetically peaceful home, embrace a minimalist design.
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