Published at Wednesday, 06 June 2018. Futons and Accessories. By liezel callan.
Custom doesn’t have to mean expensive as all it takes is a person who creates these pieces as a passion, who isn’t as interested in huge profits, but rather takes pleasure in the joy of creating the piece. Custom is usually noticeably different and different sparks conversation. People are now expressing their personality through their furniture more and more. In 2014 we have already seen and will continue to see a grow in custom furniture and personal touches within the home.
A durable polyurethane foam core allows for comfortable sleeping, while a series of side buttons are as much about stability (they can be looped together while in sofa form) as they are about style.Now you can have a modern sofa that always can be opened and transformed in a bed. This comfy armchair design comes from Japanese architect Daisuke Motogi and is called “Lost in Sofa”. As its unusual name suggests, the chair has the ability to “lose” objects.
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.
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