I’ve only recently started to consider acrylic furniture. Apparently it was a design trend starting in 2014/2015, but similar to runway fashions, it’s just now reaching regular folks like you and me. I’ve always liked modern furniture but I wasn’t drawn it acrylic at first; now I see the advantages. Not only does it look cool (it reminds me of the Invisible Man but in furniture form), but it goes with everything AND can keep a room from being overwhelmed with blocky pieces. If you live in a small space like I do, acrylic furniture can clean up a room considerably.
If you are wondering how to bring acrylic furniture into your decor (even if you lean towards more traditional!) here are some pieces I love.
I think that this clear acrylic dining chair is perfection. It is really cost effective and pairs well with almost any table design.
Do you guys love nesting tables as much as I do? These acrylic nesting tables are fabulous for any space, but in apartments and small living rooms they really are so efficient.
I always keep pets in mind when it comes to design. What furry friend wouldn’t love an acrylic pet feeding station?
If you love modern design these will become your go-to selection for stools. These backless acrylic stools are also incredibly affordable, too!
If you love the look of acrylic furniture, but aren’t ready to make a huge commitment, this acrylic pedestal table is a great way to get your feet wet.
Now you see it . . . now you don’t . . . well, almost. You will definitely want to have this disappearing square coffee table in sight. It is amazing!
Your office can be in any room of the house when you have this stylish acrylic desk. This is one of my absolute favorite acrylic pieces!
While you are working, pull up this snazzy acrylic desk chair. Love!
When it comes to floor lamps, this stacked ball acrylic floor lamp is always a crowd pleaser. It pairs well with any decor style and won’t be going out of style any time soon!
Finally, gather around this very chic acrylic dining table to enjoy meals with friends and family in style.
Would you ever try acrylic furniture in your space?