Furniture. Sunday , January 28th , 2018 - 13:54:19 PM
It’s stealing the spotlight in the living room. It’s replacing the iron on the patio. It’s even invading the nursery. Rattan furniture is coming back with a big bang. Yes, this trend is a vintage classic that’s happy to be back in your home. It’s pale arms and legs provide a simple and affordable way to incorporate nature into any room. Check out these 11 ways to make the most of this rattan trend. When you’re searching for those perfect rattan pieces to add to your place, don’t forget to go look over the thrift stores. There are many vintage pieces to be found and some of the best and most unique ones are buried under dusty rugs and clouded mirrors. Plus, you’ll probably save money buy choosing an antique over new.
This suspended wine glass rack is extremely interesting. The way it interacts with the light fixtures is intriguing. The two functions seem to become part of the same intricate design. The rack hangs above the dining table and can be accessed by all those sitting there. Under-cabinet wine glass racks are also practical and space-efficient. They can be combined with a wine rack and integrated into the kitchen furniture. The glasses can be placed above the sink, making it easy to wash and dry them.
Concrete furniture in general is really versatile. A concrete desktop, bench or coffee table can looks beautiful in both modern and traditional settings and this particular table, with its polished look and functional design takes versatility a step further by also featuring casters. The combination of concrete and wood featured by this table is unexpected and really attractive. The coldness of the concrete and the warmth of the wood complement each other in a natural and harmonious way.
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