Transparent furniture is extremely versatile; it looks airy and fresh and has the ability to elevate any look. On its own, clear furniture looks ultra-modern, but trusts us when we say it’s truly the chameleon of home furnishings and can take on any style.
Lucite and acryl are super modern materials used by many designers for creating furniture and décor pieces. These items are sheer, which allows them to fit any interior, from a glam to an industrial one, due to the universal design.
If you see some see-through furniture in your future, check out our options that will give your home a clear advantage.
PERFECT FOR ENRTYWAYS
Lucite console tables are often placed in entryways because the latter are small and a lightweight and disappearing furniture piece is right what you need for a tiny space.
A modern twist on the old steamer trunk, this acrylic version from is a lovely way to show off beloved books and trinkets. Double function as your coffee table also, sounds like a win.
WORK WITH RUSTIC
Exposed brick walls work as a perfect backdrop for these modern dining chairs. It demonstrates the design ploy of “eliminating the unnecessary so that the necessary may speak,” as artist Hans Hofmann suggests.
Don’t think your acrylic furniture has to be simply-shaped or borderline boring. This material can be made into any shape or size and even colors that your heart desires.
If you want to create the illusion of more space without giving up a piece’s sense of presence, try opting for items with acrylic legs and solid seating.
As part of a minimalist design, acrylic chairs also a match with white dominant surroundings, while the painted one does the job to be a focal point.
If you’re working with a crowded room like the one pictured above, acrylic furniture can help you add function without bringing much more visual weight into the space.
In addition to traditional hammocks and swing seats, there are also many types of hanging bubble chairs available on the market for outdoor use. It’s clear to see.
CRYSTAL CLEAR SHELVES
Add a glamorous touch to the kitchen with a set of crystal-clear acrylic floating shelves. Taking up no visual space, these are ideal in compact rooms. Used to display glassware, they look especially light.
Occasional-use items like bar carts are a natural fit to be done in acrylic because they’re there when you need them and nearly out of sight when you don’t.
Minimalism is among the most prominent themes of modern home design, and one of the secrets to achieving an understated look in your home is to create open space any way you can. Using transparent furniture is one way to create the illusion of open space while still allowing a variety of functional pieces in your home.