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Taking a unique approach to simplicity and comfort, the Scandinavian style has already transformed rooms up and down the country, and around the world. The bedroom in particular benefits from the use of the Nordic style. Scandi bedroom furniture provides the items and inspiration you need to do the Scandinavian look justice. After all, a Scandi bedroom should provide simplicity and cosiness as well as the unique furniture pieces that add texture, character and warmth. Think soft furnishings in chunky knit or sheepskin, earthy coloured walls, and lots of natural wood and wicker. Unlock your bedroom’s Nordic potential and join the Hygge revolution by browsing our retro Scandi bedroom furniture range today.
Why choose 1950s dining tablesThe unique yet timeless look of 1950s furniture is what draws many people in. But functionality and comfort are what make the items classic and enduringly desirable. Though the 1950s ushered in a range of futuristic looks and updated shapes that could be mass-produced for a booming market, designers were sure to preserve the excellent craftsmanship that had always underpinned quality furniture manufacture.
In a 50s home, different decorative styles merged seamlessly. So, the kitchen might contain flashes of chrome, filled with new, high tech appliances, whilst the living room could be populated with exposed wooden furnishings, creating a more natural look. The 1950s dining table was designed to fit into these differing surroundings, and to this day makes a great addition to an eclectically decorated family home.
Styles range from comfortable, traditional wood, cut with the curved lines of the time in mind, to space age, Atomic-inspired shapes. A classic example might be a high-gloss teak top in a rectangular shape, held up by gently angled legs – complete the look with a set of six matching teak chairs, upholstered in striking velvet in this season’s favourite colour.
If your kitchen is dreary and you are looking for something more vibrant, Formica tabletops create a welcome pop of colour, and when held in place with chrome rims and finished with chrome legs, they bring an American diner-feel to every mealtime. A beautiful, exposed wood table top mounted on hairpin legs makes the most of the natural material’s organic patina but looks modern and interesting at the heart of a dining room. The way you accessorise your table matters, too – use Vinterior to choose mismatched chairs from varying eras, or if you’re lucky, a set that perfectly matches your table of choice. It’s all part of the fun of buying vintage and antique items. Whatever you choose, be sure to invest in great tableware and glassware to complete the look.