Décor That Lasts the Test of Time
When it comes to decorating your home, more often than not, it’s a case of less is more. A few iconic pieces can make more of a design statement than filling spaces with the latest furniture trends.
The beauty of iconic design is that it pairs so well with a myriad of contemporary or period styles. And while a single designer piece may be expensive, it can be mixed with cheaper items and even second hand furniture to create a look that’s both stylish and affordable. Because they are lasting, timeless pieces will even save you money in the long run.
So, what makes a furniture design iconic? According to DOMO an exclusive supplier of contemporary and classic designer furniture in Melbourne, its influence and popularity needs to be timeless and it should showcase design as an art form. “Most importantly, it maintains its design objective of being comfortable and relaxing with the ability to be customised to suit the style and era of today.”
This French design brand is a formidable force in contemporary furniture specialising in modern luxury pieces for today’s lifestyles.
For more than 60 years Sika has produced rattan furniture designed by some of the biggest names in twentieth-century Danish design including Arne Jacobsen and Robert Wengler.
Considered the Rolls Royce of the furniture industry, de Sede, a Swiss company established in 1965, produces sculptural and sophisticated leather furniture with a Modernist leaning.
Supporting up and coming designers, Pulpo products are made to be used and meant to be kept, ensuring each product is both timeless and highly functional.
Producing modern furniture for the Viennese bourgeoisie more one hundred years ago, Wittman’s handcrafted furniture is today curated by some of Europe’s finest designers.
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