Mini Pig Bench and Chair with Leather Cushions for Eco Style Decorating
Contemporary furniture design, modern chairs, pig chair and bench
The Furniture Design Exhibition Salon Internazionale del Mobile demonstrated all types of contemporary furniture, decor accessories and lighting ideas for modern home interiors and offices. From designer furniture for bedrooms, living rooms and kids rooms to executive leather furniture designs for exclusive offices, modern furniture offers comfort, functionality and original look.
Contemporary furniture design company Yvonne Fehling & Jennie Peiz, based in Germany, showed visitors modern chairs and bench designs with leather seats. The dining chair design offers soft cushions, made of soft creamy pink leather. The modern chairs are perfect for adding inviting look to country kitchen decor and elegant dining room decorating.
The mini pig-shaped benches, made of soft cream and pastel green-blue leather, look fabulous and realistic. The Larger Pig bench is available also, providing unusual seating and excellent decoration for modern interior design in eco style.
Modern chairs and Pig benches
After the exhibition all modern furniture, including pig benches and wooden chairs with leather cushions, were sold at the designer furniture auction. Mini pigs are popular pets. Eco style and natural decorating themes are popular also. The dining chairs with leather cushions and mini pig benches look luxurious and inviting, making lots of fans.
Modern chair design that blends wood and leather into comfortable and unique furniture pieces is promising. It feels chic and practical. Designers want to create more big and small Pig benches and chairs with leather cushions for sale.
The talented, skilled and creative design team from Yvonne Fehling and Jennie Peiz lives and works in Karlsruhe, Germany. In 2006 they founded their interior design studio Kraud, www.kraud.de/.
Leather furniture for modern interior decorating in eco style
Attractive modern chairs with leather cushions are luxurious and comfortable items for country kitchen and dining room decorating in eco style. The Pig benches look like cute stuffed toys, and can be used as unique home decorations for living room, hallway and entryway designs. The mini pig benches are wonderful, creative and unique furniture items for kids room decorating also.
Mini pig benches make elegant, familiar and friendly home decorations. Handmade furniture design is original and versatile, able to match home decor in many styles and enrich interior design color schemes with soft and tender pastel tones. Beautiful mini pig benches are made of soft leather and can decorate any room designed for kids or adults.
Mini pig benches are great for entryway designs and foyer decorating in eco style, making the entrance look informal and welcoming. Two or three mini pigs can be used in the dining room and living room as extravagant and stunning decorative accents and stylish additional seats for kids.
Made of soft leather in calming pastel turquoise and creamy pink colors, these contemporary and unique furniture can easily match kitchen decorating color schemes. This interesting contemporary furniture design, inspired by living things, always looks natural and pleasant. Mini pig benches will work well for bedrooms also, creating relaxing bedroom decorating in eco style.
The unique furniture pieces can add interest to any interior design. Stuffed toys and fabulous handmade decorations, the Pig benches are designed to enhance modern interior decorating and create soft and pleasant atmosphere that turn living spaces into cozy and welcoming homes.
Modern furniture design trends
The International Furniture Fair in Milan is the largest trade fair in the world. The annual show demonstrates the latest trends in modern furniture design and interior decorating, bringing interesting designer furniture, decor accessories, lighting fixtures, innovations and modern interior decorating ideas into homes.
by Ena Russ
last updated: 17.08.2013
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