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Times of the standard furniture sets has ended. Now functional modular furniture for the living room, nursery, bedroom and other rooms is getting more and more popular. This trend is explained very simply: modular furniture allows the home owner to transform the living space on his own.

3 Modular Furniture Sets for Different Purposes

Room cabinet designed by Erik Olovsson and Kyuhyung Cho

Room cabinet designed by Erik Olovsson and Kyuhyung Cho

Room cabinet

Swedish designers Erik Olovsson and Kyuhyung Cho designed furniture system of the plurality of modules which can be put in a different order.

The constructor is called Room. The designers came up with the idea of furniture, which is like a whole room that you can arrange according to those objects that will be in it. That is why each of the modules has a different shape, enclosed in a cube: one of them is convenient to store watches, the other one is designed for a narrow vase of flowers, and so on.

The set includes the lowest rack and 25 modules, which makes designing your own combination an extremely exciting experience. Room is a versatile cabinet of a new generation. You can store books, accessories and gadgets, but if you want, you can just turn it into a spectacular showcase for small collections.

Build rack

Build furniture system from German designers Jack Godfrey Wood and Tom Ballhatchet is based on the principle of universal blocks with a wide range of functions. The blocks are combined in a rack. They can be mounted to a wall or stand on the floor as a bookcase or dresser. The details of Build system are gathered in small sections and serve as portable shelves, storage tanks, or outdoor furniture. In addition to the functional advantages of a modular system the authors added such an obvious plus as non-toxic and recyclable materials, of which the set is made.

Children’s furniture set OLLA

Children’s furniture system OLLA, based on the projects of children, is nicely highlighted by unusual approach and creative ideas.

The idea of ​​unusual furniture OLLA belongs to the children of the founder of the project, an eight-year-old son Ole and five-year-old daughter Ella. They came up with such idea while playing with a favorite Lego construction set. The main principles of this design were the basis of a new idea.

OLLA is not just a stationary furniture with the usual set of features. This is a whole “bottle” of positive emotions and useful things. In the process of assembling such furniture a child not only learns, develops and works, but also creates furniture interior of his room on his own taste. The furniture construction set is so simple to use that it can be constructed even by a preschooler. Lightweight construction modules are easy to install, each time creating new variants of the room furniture. The main target audience of OLLA are children aged from 4 to 14 years, but the company does not put restrictions only on this age group.

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