Today, home furniture styles can be divided into four main categories: modern or contemporary furniture, classic furniture, traditional furniture and transitional furniture. The traditional style is well recognized but the main focus here is the modern furniture which has already been adapted with the new generation.
The modern home furniture style is originated in the late 19th century, unlike the traditional style. It rebelled against the old style, but if you take a look at some of the modern home furniture style in late 19th and early 20th century, you’ll be stunned how traditional they see you. Furniture designs are rapidly changing, just like designing clothes that has a fashion trends they follow. Across the world of top furniture collections a lot of people have already shown their passion on designing such furniture every year.
Modern furniture is often confused with contemporary furniture, and vice versa. Although the words “modern” and “contemporary” has the same definition in the world of furniture but they are treated in a different way. Modern furniture is often associated with upbeat-colored, unusually shaped, but sometimes slightly uncomfortable. Alternatively, contemporary style focuses on combining fashion and comfort. Another advantage of modern furniture is that it has a very moderate price, so average American can afford to buy.
Transitional furniture is kind of reappearance to traditional furniture style without losing all the advantages of modern and contemporary format. It is associated with a two styles; traditional furniture and modern furniture. We all know that there are situations that simply cannot meet your expectations with your own style. Approximately, there is a need for traditional furniture, but the size of the room does not permit, or if there is a budgetary problem (transitional furniture style is much cheaper than the modern one), so we choice a transition style rather than a modern.