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Modern Furniture

The couch is the center of your living room, of course , but things don’t have to stop there. In addition to providing comfort for guests or family, modern accent furniture can add originality to your room.

My favorite modern furniture is the designs by Kartell. From modern furniture to contemporary plastic chairs,  Kartell has fresh furniture for all occasions.

Interior design, web design, graphic design, and illustration all go into to process of creation and advertisement for furniture design.With sleek design, Kartell is able to produce ingenious ideas and concentrate on their consumers needs. The design of Kartell has furniture and accessories that come in numerous colors and varieties.

In short, accent seating and design accessories provide  form and function all in one, without taking too much space or cluttering up a room. For those of you who need both practicality and style, the perfect modern furniture accent can be the ideal solution.


  1. I’m really digging this style. I like that they are plastic so that they can be moved around easily. Seems like very smart design.

    Wednesday, October 31, 2012 at 7:45 pm | Permalink
  2. Edu Pereira wrote:

    I really like this new style. Recently a friend re-decorated her kitchen and she got some plastics chair for it. I love the new kitchen style, even though she didn’t changed a lot around the kitchen, by just adding the new chairs it made her house to look more fresh and modern. Definitely this new trend will be around for a while. Its very cool.

    Monday, November 19, 2012 at 7:10 pm | Permalink
  3. bfrancis wrote:

    The modern style is not something that I would want to put into my room, but I think that it is very creative and colorful. I do like the idea of no clutter and having furniture act as an accessory as well as being functional.

    Thursday, November 22, 2012 at 5:08 pm | Permalink
  4. jburrow wrote:

    I also like how minimal the furniture makes the room however I feel there is little necessity to having it so interchangeable. Interesting work though.

    Thursday, December 13, 2012 at 1:40 pm | Permalink