Published at Wednesday, 06 June 2018. Futons and Accessories. By liezel callan.
Furniture is one of those things in the house which gains a lot of attention from guests. They are talking points, topics of communication, and as good communication is probably one of the most important skills in life, it’s good form to nurture it through the little things, like furniture talking points. Communication aside, the furniture which you choose will represent your personality, taste and even values. Lug those deck chairs in from your garden and plonk them in your living room.
Melanie Porter's Knitted Furniture. Melanie Porter made a splash at this years’ London Design Festival when her knitted furniture and lamps were on display at the Truman Brewery as part of Tent London. Melanie Porter's Knitted Lamps. Claire-Anne O’Brien also took part in London Design Festival. Her fabulous knitted stools were exhibited at Designers Block. Claire-Anne O'Brien's Knitted Stools. Italian manufacturer Casamania has jumped on the bandwagon with the Granny Lamp designed by Pudelskern.
I wouldn’t go this far but it’s pretty much the heart and essence of the trend. The photo below shows a fantastic example of wicker furniture from Kenneth Cobonpue, which looks fresh. We all appreciate a bit of over the top showiness every now and then, and it’s likely we’ll be seeing it more and more over the next few years as ‘glamor’ is in, big time. Opt for opulent furniture that oozes with excess lavishness. Try to create that ‘wow’ feeling in a guests mind and let you’re extravagant side free.
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