Furniture design and styling play an important role in forming a cohesive aesthetic in a space. Even a single chair can end up contributing something to the visuals of a space. Since furnishings are a crucial part of the overall design, it’s always important to pay special attention to their design. Further, we’ll be sharing 5 quirky furniture inspirations for your HDB interior designs!
1. The terrace accompaniment
Many people fall short on ideas when it comes to furnishing their terraces and balconies. Many go for the typical rattan furniture set-up, but while it may be a classic, it is still quite old-fashioned. The contemporary way to furnish your HDB terraces is to hand a wicker swing or use some quirky chair-sets to make it seem like an outdoor retreat as shown in this image.
2. Crazy couch form
Typical sectionals and chesterfields are totally old-school. These days, this conventional couch is being replaced by quirky sofa-sets that feature a design of their own. The couch in this image is a great example of such a furniture set. Its c-shaped seat and fun color scheme spruce up the entire look of this narrow living room design.
3. In-built side tables
Nobody likes to invest in bulky, separate side tables anymore. These days, people like beds that come with customized, in-built side-tables a la platform beds. Most of the designs are suspended and are complemented with hanging lamps. You can even go the extra mile by installing recessed lighting underneath these tables to get better visuals.
4. Forming screens
Beautiful, classy furniture with elegant form and simple finishes never goes out of style. However, it does have to be complemented by something fun and out of the box to spruce up the overall space. This image shows how you can accomplish that. You can go for a classic dining set and complement it by a quirky accent chair placed somewhere nearby. This way, neither of the two styles can become too prominent, and the space looks very holistic.
5. Coffee tables for the win
Coffee tables are available in so many different styles these days. It can be hard to find one that perfectly complements your overall interior design style. Just remember that the coffee table must be in light contrast with the rest of the furniture. If it stands out that way, then all the better for your ambiance.