Stylish Furniture Pieces For Your Themed Rooms

Furniture pieces can be both fashionable and practical. It is the representation of the home owner’s character and attitude. Investing in stylish furniture pieces doesn’t necessarily mean buying the most expensive ones.

So if you’re planning to invest in building a themed room, then try looking into these ideas to help you achieve the look that you are looking for.


ORIENTAL TREASURES – Old Chinese furniture pieces always considered to be  charming and fascinating.
 If you happen to have these kind of cultural pieces at home, display them to give your home an Asian feel.



OLD WORLD APPEAL – Old world designs are characterized by different earth tones and rustic materials. If you want to break the monotony of the space, add a hint of color using one of the pieces.



ASIAN FUSION – Mix two design styles to break an all Asian- inspired setup. Infusing edgy accents in silver adds a modern touch to the design.



WOODEN AFFAIR – Modern wood furniture designs are considered luxury pieces. Traditional warm tones and finely crafted lines make for outstanding pieces that perfectly suit a contemporary setting.



BOHO WARDROBE – A subtle play on color
 can instantly liven up 
your closet space. Use complementary colors and have a limit of three hues to accentuate a plain room.



SPLASH OF YELLOW – Yellow furniture pieces and accessories instantly give your living room a lively and fresh vibe.



SOPHISTICATED WHIMSY – These colorful chairs are ideal for a relaxing afternoon break. Aside from being a conversation starter, their graceful curves also give off a long-lasting appeal.



- A neutral dining space with a hint of color creates an elegant look and cozy atmosphere. You can now enjoy your meals while sitting comfortably.



MINIMALIST BEAUTY – Your favorite furniture pieces deserve a good spot in the house. Some do not even need accessorizing to be noticed. Let this armchair speak for itself.




*This article has been revised for online reading. The original article appeared on the May 2014 issue of My Home Magazine. Get the e-mag version My Home Magazines on Magzter.