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Bauhaus Furniture

Achingly cool with a smattering of industrial flair, Bauhaus furniture was seen as futuristic and eccentric when it first emerged in the early-1920s. Without the burden of stylistic affectations, Bauhaus design exudes clean lines, neutral hues, and unfussy shapes. This is what makes Bauhaus-style furniture so popular today. Its classic, modern kudos means the style fits effortlessly into today’s interior styles.Fancy a kooky way to store your magazines and journals? An enigmatic donkey magazine rack by Bauhaus legend Egon Riss could provide an unusual talking point for your living room. If you’re keen on kitting out your latest commercial project with a Bauhaus aesthetic, Vinterior has a collection of over 300 pieces for you to peruse at your leisure.Explore Vinterior’s carefully curated array of Bauhaus furniture and welcome an uncluttered stylistic vision into your home. Not sure where to start? Use the filter menu on the left to hone your search by furniture type, size, budget, and more to unearth the perfect new addition to your living space.

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What is Bauhaus style?

The Bauhaus design style emerged after the architect Walter Gropius founded the German Bauhaus design school in 1919. The ultra-functional style is industrial in tone, using materials such as chrome, metal, brass, leather, concrete and glass. It was architectural yet accessible. The combination of both form and function makes the Bauhaus style as popular today as it was in the 1920s.

Where did the Bauhaus movement start?

The Bauhaus movement began in Germany, specifically in the city of Weimar. From here, the movement took off to permeate furniture, architecture, fashion and the arts.

What are the characteristics of Bauhaus design?

Bauhaus furniture is characterised by simplicity. Founded by an architect, it’s only natural that the Bauhaus furniture style concentrated on clean lines, shunning the ornate for the simple, the grandiose for the practical, and the embellishments of previous design movements for more accessible pieces of furniture. Perhaps the most iconic of all Bauhaus characteristics are the tubular chrome frames of chairs that went on to influence office chairs of the mid-century.

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