In modern home furnishings, there is now great stress on ergonomics that takes into account the requirements of the human body. The ergonomically built furniture is safe and healthy and helps you to take care of yourself.
Space management has become a critical factor while designing the interior design of modern dwellings. This has resulted in the evolution of what is known as modular furniture, which occupies minimum space. Computer chairs and cabinets, coffee tables made from stainless steel and chrome, stools with magazine racks and retracted wheel systems are some examples of the modular furniture.
There is a marked preference for hard metallic and glass materials over wood, symbolizing the machine age that we are living in. Chromium and stainless steel have become an inevitable part of modern furniture. Even sinks, drain boards, and fireplaces are being made from these metals. They are easy to maintain and more durable than wood.
Table tops made from glass add a sparkle to homes and if it were not for its delicate nature, it could be put to various uses.
Stainless steel floor lamps with enameled interiors and silvered bulbs are novel features that transform the place drastically.
Stylish doorstoppers and stainless steel mirrors, programmable LED capsule message clocks, and glow bricks that use solar energy for recharging are becoming popular as urban life is moved towards a digital lifestyle.