What’s Trending: Modular

“The Lassen Frame series is definitely chic! I definitely would love to have soon in my home. Just thinking of it, I can already envision how it would match and suit well with the rest of interiors!”

 

Playful, convenient and stylish, the newest shape-shifting modular pieces put the design in your hands

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Scandinavian company Muuto’s Stacked shelving system works on both walls and floors. Using small clips the modules can be connected and rearranged to create all manner of shelving set ups, room dividers or side tables. muuto.com

 

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A revolutionary piece on the French market of the early Fifties, Linge Roset’s reissue of avant-garde furniture designer Pierre Paulin’s Daybed, also known as  ‘modèle 118’, mixes a pared-down Japanese-influenced frame with magically sturdy free-standing back cushions that allow it to effortlessly morph from a large banquette for three or four, to a small settee and low table, to an occasional bed for one, all at the swish of a cushion.ligne-roset.co.uk

 

 

 

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The by Lassen Frame series with its cubist-inspired black outlined boxes is ultra chic. Mix and match depth, height, width and colour. bylassen.com

 

See more: http://www.houseandgarden.co.uk/interiors/furnishings/modular

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