Throughout the 20th century, furniture grew more than just a functional design. Within the thoughtful and artistic eye of a few head designers, furniture would be encouraged by architecturaldesigns and developed to convert into a kind of art. Unique Home catches a look at the leading furniture designers who not only explored audacious works throughout their time but who also produced iconic forms that represented age and beyond.
Modernist designers experimented with new materials. Furniture pieces were no longer made exclusively out of wood. Steel, molded plywood, plastic, and other materials were introduced. Neutral colors were common, including chromed finishes for metals, black and white leather, and woods with natural finishes.
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