The modern attitude towards craftmanship has fortunately changed. People start paying more attention to the quality of what they eat, how they spend their free time and how they live. This applies to rethinking the way we see traditional craftmanship and the technique it uses as well – take for example the weaved furniture. Check out for yourselves those intriguing designs that can become statement pieces for both indoor and outdoor design.
Who would have thought that such traditional technique could be used to create something with such a modern edge! The grey tones of the fabric used as well as the scale of the pattern makes the design the perfect completion for the minimal concrete walls.
As for those of you who are more into the scandinavian/rustic design style -there are some handicrafted furniture pieces too. Take a look at this interior which idea bases on the nature inspired color scheme and the contrast between the craftmanship and the nature itself.
Here is to those of you who enjoy a bit of triangle based form every now and then. Take a look at this complex armchair design – and just think of the many ways you could style it…
An elegant and modern approach towards weaving – the sophistication of this design lies in the quality of the materials used – a brass frame with natural beige leather straps. What more than that could one wish…?
The weaved furniture were originally made only of natural materials. Although it is no longer so, setting this kind of furniture in an interior based on a nature inspired color scheme still feels right.
A geometry lesson applied to furniture design. It shows the correlation between 2d and 3d with just a couple of clever lines that make an armchair frame and seat.
Elegant and modern interpretation of etno style is another interior design idea where weaved furniture could work. Make it all about the contrast between the rough and smooth finishes, the traditional and the modern.
Hope that you have found out that there is more to the traditional furniture making techniques that you have thought before and that you have felt design inspired. Follow the Home Inspiration Ideas Blog too discover more facts about the modern and traditional design!