The Best Signature Furniture Pieces To Shop For Right Now

The Best Signature Furniture Pieces To Shop For Right Now

Signature furniture pieces are often meant to be one of a kind, and their high price tags reflect the value of the designer’s craftsmanship and the uniqueness of the furniture in question. Because signature pieces are so high quality, they can last for many years (and even generations), giving you great value for your money if you’re willing to splurge on a particular piece of furniture. However, it can be difficult to find your perfect signature piece since there are so many to choose from and they all come with unique price tags.

Chaise Longue

If you are looking for a chaise longue, the first step is deciding what your needs are. Who will be using the chair and how often do they need it? How big of a space do you have in mind for the chaise lounge to go in and how does this affect size options or features available for purchase? Is purchasing an expensive luxury piece or is buying an inexpensive chaise lounger more important to you at this time? Once these questions have been answered, it will be easier to find the perfect lounger without stressing over such decisions as design, color, and other desired features.

Wrought Studio Bistro Set

This wrought studio bistro set is a modern take on the bistro furniture design from iconic designs of old. Although there were many types of bistro sets produced, we think that this set would make the perfect addition to your home and provide you with a quintessential staple in your dining room space. Each of these chairs can seat two people, making it ideal for small dinner parties or family gatherings alike. The reclaimed wood in this piece has been given a natural finish that blends beautifully with any rustic or modern decor style. The top-grain leather seating shows how elegant this furniture set can be, as well as gives it a certain charm that pairs well with brightly-colored curtains or walls.

Hayworth Side Table

A piece that should not be ignored is the Hayworth Side Table. This well-constructed table has a warm, deep brown finish with a rustic feel. The slightly chipped whitewash adds character and time to this table. It’s one of American Signature Furniture’s most versatile pieces and can go great in any room or office.

 

Dining Chair

Dutch designer Tord Boontje might be most well-known for his furniture. Boontje began studying at Design Academy Eindhoven in 1989 and, after finishing his studies, he opened a studio with Sandra Pauwels. While the two creatives were looking for new creative opportunities, they realized that the process of recycling old furniture from auctions was their favorite part of the job. In 1991, the duo founded American Signature Furniture and created custom pieces using salvaged materials such as church pews and barn doors. In 1995, American Signature Furniture launched its first store in The Netherlands and now has stores in 12 countries including Brazil, Colombia, France, Germany, and Spain.

Flowerpot Lamp

You’re busy. We get it. If you’re looking for a simple, yet an elegant, way to light up your space, we’ve got the perfect solution: flowerpot lamps! All you need are some terra cotta or marble pots, a string of Edison bulbs and clear globe bulbs, and viola—you’ve got the prettiest piece of furniture in the house. Shop all our newest inspirations below!

Planter Boxes

Shopping for furniture can be tricky because it needs to match the size of your home and the space you have. We at Michael Anastassiades’ Planter Boxes have thought about every factor so you don’t have to, with signature pieces that are perfect no matter what.

Available in a variety of sizes, these planters are made from reclaimed maple from Quebec and provide a versatile solution whether your space is small or large. With prices starting at only $110 and a Lifetime Guarantee on craftsmanship, each piece is a unique investment for your home.

 

Plastic Tables

Furniture can make or break a house. I once went into an apartment that was decorated like it was the 50s, and all they had were two hideous plastic chairs. Needless to say, the place was not my style and I would never want to live there. So if you want your house to feel like home and be great for entertaining, then you should invest in a few nice pieces of furniture that will last for years. Keep in mind that items are made from different materials. Wood is more expensive but lasts much longer than particle board furniture (in terms of wear and tear). You can also go for metal frames for a slightly higher price point, which will outlive both wood and particle board chairs.

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