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Furniture Types


The traditional furniture style recreates the old décor with a European flair. The elegance and simplicity of conventional design are emphasized. The key characteristics are deep hues and wood tones, ornate accents, and diversity of ornamental features.
Classic silhouettes, curving lines, wing, and Queen Anne backs, claw, and bun feet are some of the styles available.
Deep wood finishes in dark browns, cherries, espresso, merlot, black, and white.
Upholstery with rich, solid hues. Fabrics & fabrics Leather, velvet, and silk are among the noble materials employed. More cheap fabrics, such as chenille, linen, or cotton, might be used in this manner. Floral, foliar, and damask designs are common.
Decorative features such as moldings, paneling, ornate decorations, and throw cushions are employed liberally.


Clean and crisp lines, a basic design, a neutral color palette, and “cold” materials define modern furniture style, which has a sense of simplicity. The style emerged from the decorative arts in the twentieth century.
Clean silhouettes, sharp lines, and geometric shapes are examples of forms.
Hues: grey, black and white palette, neutral colors with glossy finishes.
Wood, plastic, metal, steel, and glass are among the materials used. It is possible to find natural wood with a wood grain pattern.
Leather, vinyl, imitation leather, PU, and microfiber are examples of fabrics and textiles.
A few decorative features serve as accents.


The term “contemporary furniture design” refers to a style centered on the current — “the here and now.” In such a situation, it’s comparable to the contemporary. The contemporary furniture style is flowing, with smooth contours and curving lines.
Simple silhouettes, sharp or curved lines, geometric shapes are forms.
Glossy finishes in neutral hues, including black, white, grey, silver, and chrome.
Metal, steel, wood, plastic, and glass are among the materials used.
Microfiber and suede, leather, vinyl, and PU are examples of fabrics and textiles.
A few decorative features serve as accents.


Transitional furniture is another popular furniture type in today’s home interiors, combining the finest of modern and classic styles. The design strikes a mix between traditional elegance and contemporary materials, and this look may incorporate luxurious and aristocratic furniture and steel and glass accents.
Straight or curved lines classic or contemporary silhouettes are examples of forms.
Colors include a combination of wood and glossy finishes. Colors may be utilized in a variety of ways.
Fabrics and textiles: leather, linen, chenille, and velvet are warm and appealing upholsteries.
Accents include exquisite ornamental embellishments and toss cushions.