Iconic Art Furniture Pieces For Modern Interior Design

Is interior design art? Well, it depends on the way you approach it, for there are interior designers that are true artists, the ones whose interior compositions make you feel that there’s more than meets the eye, where the choice and placement of a single art furniture piece and the way it flows with the overall feel of a room stirs emotions and conveys feelings, while on the other hand there are those who apply their knowledge to create a functional, pretty, elegant room, and there’s nothing wrong with that!

For any interior there are pieces that make or break the whole composition, sometimes there are so many of them you don’t even know where to look at first, other times the whole interior seems to be working towards highlighting it the most, and we’ve chosen some absolutely iconic art furniture pieces that show up ever so often in interior design projects in magazines and exclusive trade shows, pieces that bend the barrier between art and design, having most from both, and we’ve chosen 7 of these Iconic Art Furniture Pieces For Modern Interior Design


 

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