Today I am inspired by all things acrylic.
I am fascinated by the amazing array of quality acrylic products that today are available on the market.
What I like about acrylic is its versatility, it mixes well with both contemporary and more traditional interiors and adds a fresh, cool touch to any room. I like to use a bit of acrylic in my interiors when/if I can, it's fun!
For me it all started (again) with the new Alexandra von Furstenberg acrylic furniture range (oh so stylish!) and the acrylic furniture range by Emmanuelle Moureaux, have you checked them out yet? Have a look here and here
Here is a small taste
|acrylic table by emmanuelle moureaux|
|fearless tray in red by Alexandra von Furstenberg. Buy it here|
Introducing acrylic furniture in a more traditional, sophisticated interior can be fun and very rewarding for the modern designer. Example below is perfect
And of course the ever so popular ghost chairs and stools are always in fashion. They look fantastic with ornate wall panels and more classical features, don't you think?
Check out Philip Stark's complete range here
When teamed up with contemporary architectural features, acrylic furniture brings an element of funkiness and edginess to the room, would you agree?
images 1,3,4,5 pinterest 2, peters of kensington
Have a fantastic week!
Catch up soon,