What is in store for the new year? It is pretty certain modern minimalism isn’t going anywhere! Inspired by many of the world’s most well-known Scandinavian, Nordic and Danish furniture designers, minimalism reflects the simplicity of nature and the compelling perspective of modern design.
We selected the best modern minimalist furniture crafted from wood for the new year 2020. We aren’t kidding, these designs are timeless! Minimal, functional, sophisticated – start the new year off right with these remarkable home furnishings.
The Jax Nightstand is made of solid Malaysian oak with a warm walnut brown veneer finish. It’s simple and straightforward style features cut-out handles embedded in each drawers design.
The Rowan Bed combines solid Malaysian oak wood with a stained walnut finish and an upholstered, padded dual headboard. Both stable and soft at the same time, this bed is minimalist lovers dream come true.
Kidney Shaped Coffee Table
The Kidney Shaped Coffee Table is a unique take on the traditional minimalist style. It features solid wood legs with a rich walnut wood veneer. Breaking up the monotony of many minimalist designs that have rigid lines and sharp edges, this coffee table will add a potent touch of organic style to your living room.
Plywood Lounge Chair with Wood Legs
The Plywood Lounge Chair with Wood Legs is an accurate reproduction of a mid-century modern classic. The design originated in 1948 but remains a timeless minimalist favorite for the last decade. It is made from eco-friendly, American FSC-certified wood veneers using molded and bent plywood.
Sigrid Rectangular Dining Table
The Sigrid Rectangular Dining Table features a solid oak in natural and walnut finishes with a uniquely shaped trestle base. It has a spacious, layered wood veneer top which fits up to 6 people around it comfortably. The splayed leg design turns this traditional base into a modern classic.
Norman Bentwood Chair
The Norman Bentwood Chair is crafted from bent plywood with a simple yet striking silhouette. Although the perfect fit for the new year, the design originated in 1958. The organic shape and smooth outline brings minimalism to the forefront of your dining room.
Leave the ornate details and overbearing features of traditional furniture design behind us. Sleek lines, nature-inspired shapes, sustainable materials and well-crafted designs are the talk of the town. These home furnishings are modern minimalist at it’s finest!