Special Nonexistent Furniture

Decorating with Acrylic Furniture

Find out how you can use this trending material in your home.

The transparency of acrylic 
furniture makes it versatile enough to work with many styles not just modern. Also known as Lucite or Plexiglass, designers first started experimenting with this material in the 1930s. Acrylic furniture is ideal for rooms dominated by color and pattern because it does not take up any extra visual space. 
Decorating in a small space? Try acrylic. It's a great solution in tight areas and can even end up making your room feel larger. 

Share your thoughts!
Leave a note Was this article helpful?