Using acrylic is a clear choice for waking up a room of any style.
These acrylic chairs add the perfect note to the breezy balcony dining area.
This acrylic coffee table comfortably sits surrounded by more traditional pieces.
This lucite coffee table keeps house with the grandes of classical furniture. It supplies that element of surprise!
This acrylic chair makes the perfect companion for the mirrored desk. Both give the illusion of extra space because of their reflective and translucent bodies. The space is dressed up with pretty boxes in eye-catching colors, ladylike artwork and fresh flowers.
This acrylic legged bench is one of many acrylic pieces now being made with the lines of classic traditional furniture. As do many of these pieces, it bridges the gap between ultra modern and classic antiques when used in the same room. It looks lovely paired with this four poster bed.
The accessores appear to float of the coffee table in this room designed by Jonathan Adler.
The Louis Ghost chair by Philip Stark is the hottest item amongst the acrylic furniture options. It is the "it" chair of the decade. Here it has been slipcovered and perfectly paired with a Saarinen table.
With its' neutral color palette this room is far from boring; however, the acrylic chairs punch it up one more notch.
The sleek acrylic legs on this bathroom vanity add another textural element.
Besides its' stunning presence, acrylic furniture is easy to clean, lightweight, shatterproof and withstands all types of weather, which makes it ideal for garden furniture. It can be plain jane or inspired in its design, but either way it will undeniable give your home that modern edge.