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Postmodern Furniture

Our postmodern furniture collection embraces all things unconventional, quirky and playful. Every piece of furniture has been carefully chosen by experts to highlight the importance of art and style. Sourced from all around the world, our reupholstered and refurbished chairs, tables, and cabinets from the 1960s, 70s, 80s and 90s can create a magical time warp in any home.

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Postmodern furniture

Postmodern furniture threw caution to the wind in the 1960s and invited diversity, experimentation and anything unconventional in. From the mid-1960s, postmodern made a name for itself, as many homeowners and designers were bored with the rigid and constrictive designs of modern furniture. Postmodern stuck around for many decades and is still a popular style today.

With over 1,800 boutique and small furniture sellers, over 5,000 different pieces of furniture and more than 5,000 home décor and art products to choose from, you’re bound to find something perfect for your home at Vinterior. But don’t worry, we’ve made it easier than ever to find what you’re looking for with our advanced search options. Use our search option to sort by style, brand, budget, material and much more.

Postmodern design

Who says that every design needs to have clean lines and be void of character or colour? Definitely not our postmodern furniture collection. Packed with playful symmetry, odd angles and colourful pieces that make a statement, our postmodern furniture will be sure to grab attention and craft a space utterly unique to you and your home.

Looking for postmodern furniture that oozes eccentricity and will impress your family, friends and guests? We’ve got some excellent choices for you. Can’t find quite what you’re looking for? Try our other quirky styles like retro furniture or art deco furniture.


What is postmodern furniture?

Postmodern furniture is a style of furniture that emerged in the 1960s and 70s in an attempt to offer something different to modernist furniture. Modernist furniture relied heavily on simple, clean and conventional designs. Whereas postmodernist furniture rejected the minimalist approach and relied on unconventional, colourful and extravagant designs.

Postmodern furniture focuses on experimentation and celebrates individuality. Using a manner of different textures, colours and materials, postmodernism creates quirky and expressionist pieces of furniture, including chairs, tables, cabinets, chest of drawers, sofas, beds, desks and much more.