Clear acrylic furniture is one of the hottest current home decor trends, it looks edgy and very eye-catching. We’ve already shared some amazing ideas for home decor and furniture, and today’s article is for those who got inspired and now are looking for a gorgeous acrylic piece – these items can be bought right now if you like them. Let’s have a look at what to choose to make your home look ultra-modern.
Working with transparent resin, Saerom Yoon designed a pair of tables where the clear resin takes on colorful gradients. The Crystal Series goes through a dyeing process that results in an optical illusion brought on by refraction and reflection, depending on how light hits it. The surface of the acrylic resin is dyed and once the pieces are glued together, the surfaces stick from melting, and the colors blend naturally.
Combining soft and hard materials, designer Tinny Chiang creates an unusual series of free standing structures. The latter consists of a collection of huge vinyl bags that safely store an acrylic box — as if floating in midair. Objects can be easily put into the acrylic box through an opening on the back side of the vinyl bag, which is made with 5mm thick PVC.
Layer is a chair that lets you customize it to become your own individual piece of art. Designed by Sohyun Yun, the chair is made of clear acrylic with voids in the seat and seat back where you can slide in up to three different layers of printed or colored acrylic panels. The idea behind the chair is that with you easily being able to change the look of it, that you wouldn’t get tired of it. Having a chair where you can replace the layers when the mood strikes you, it becomes a piece you’ll keep. Layer comes with a limited number of prints of your choice, making it more exclusive and original to you. Prints can be textures, famous artworks, or various patterns.
Studio Cheha begins its design process from the basis of re-imagining everyday objects. By deviating from accepted norms to create completely new items, they do away with stodgy traditional design elements. The most recent result of this novel approach is the ‘bulbing 2D and 3D lamps’. Each edition creates a bigger and brighter optical illusion than the original members of the ‘bulbing’ series of lamps. The 3D appearance is achieved via detailed etching of the 2D acrylic.
This acrylic table with driftwood branches by Michael Dawkins is just magnificent! What a showstopper – can you image this is a minimalist style room? Absolutely the showpiece, no question. If your design tone is darker – there’s also his burnt wood trunk table and burnt wood branches table. The acrylic seems to magnify the detail of the wood. And such a juxtaposition – raw, natural branches, frozen forever inside crystal clear acrylic. The tables seem almost living – preserved for eternity.
This is a cool transparent drawer system by Nomess Copenhagen that creates mostly transparent pieces of interior. The drawer is made of a steel frame, acryl with small wheels. It has many boxes to put your things in. It leaves an impression of lightness, transparency, easiness and it’s very functional – you won’t have to open all the boxes looking for the thing you need. It’s an unusual design – minimalist, industrial, futuristic? The things put into the boxes become kind of a decoration, an art object exhibited in the museum. No matter, where you use it – in your bedroom, closet or in the garage. So, what can we say? All genial is so simple!
Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka presented a series of acrylic furniture for Italian brand Kartell. The series is called The Invisibles Light. The tables are absolutely transparent that makes them almost invisible. Only the top is seen as it’s made of white acryl. You can add a chair or a bench to the table. Acryl is easy to take care of and is rather durable. The series is available only in one color but it will match many interiors like a chameleon. “The Invisibles Light” is as if hiding its appearance to escape from this material world. It melts into people’s daily lives like the air.
A comfortable armchair in transparent and colored acryl in the Louis XV style, it is the quintessence of baroque revisited to dazzle, excite and captivate. Louis Ghost is the most daring example in the world of injected polycarbonate in a single mold. Despite its evanescent and crystalline appearance, Louis Ghost is stable and durable, shock and weather resistant and can also be stacked six high. This article has great charm and considerable visual appeal and brings a touch of elegance and irony to any style of home or public area.