Minimal furniture designs with clever details that perfectly replace your Muji furniture!

A beautiful piece of furniture can complete a room. It can be the final piece that makes a space come full circle, building a comfortable and cohesive haven, rather than a random area. Furniture pieces make or break a home, they add on to the essence or soul of a home, hence one needs to be extremely picky while choosing a furniture design. The design should be a reflection of you, and what you want your home to be. When you place a piece of furniture in a room, it should instantly integrate with the space, creating a wholesome and organic environment. We’ve curated a collection of furniture designs with brilliant little details that we believe will do this! Each of these pieces is unique, well-crafted, and made with a whole lot of love, and the love really shines through in the fine detailing and workmanship. We hope you feel the love too!

Distinguished by its elegant formal shape and enhanced by its large rounded leather-wrapped arms, the Ryokō Armchair by David Girelli gives an instant feeling of calmness. Inspired by a Japanese folding chair from the 1960s, its features, materials, and joinery details elevate the lines and design elements of the chair. The loose back cushion adjusts around the ash frame when seated and offers an innovative sense of comfort.

The London Bedside Table by Lozi Designs is a clever little table inspired by the brutalist buildings in London. The long grooves on each leg of the table, allow it to lay flat against any type of wall, and the ledge around the top of the table prevents things from falling over. This compact table is full of smart little details!

The Peggy Desk by Estúdio Niz is an elegant and super functional desk for your work from home office! Sneaky little drawers and a hidden central compartments provide plenty of storage space for your office supplies and other important items. It’s a practical desk which provides a lot of convenience, but also manages to look aesthetically pleasing!

This exquisite walnut coffee table by Olof Davidsson showcases a tabletop created from herringbone parquet. The eccentric criss-cross design is a total eyecatcher. The table is accentuated further by the little cat bed on the bottom which was made using paper cord!

We love it when designers mix up materials – the result is usually a fascinating take on an everyday design. That is precisely what happened when Mark George combined his knowledge of his architectural education with his creativity – a modern concrete and wood bed frame made in Ashwood as Ash retains its original coloring.

The Rockcliffe Desk by Theo Stoppels is made from solid walnut. On closer examination, it reveals a hide-away keyboard tray that allows you to store things tidily. The joints are on this desk are sharp, clean, and precise!

The Libreria ad Incastri Bookcase by Ebanisteria Meccanica is a beautifully aged bookcase that showcases exquisitely done dovetail joints! The craftsmanship and attention to detail create a crisp and clean piece that stores your books with the care they truly deserve.

Designed by OS & OOS Studio and Klaas Kuiken with materials supplied by StoneCycling, this Terrazzo Bench is a sustainable solution for the increasing amount of glass waste produced in Zanzibar. “Zanzibar is an island with about 1 million inhabitants. In recent times, tourism has grown markedly and so too the volume of refuse. bottle-up seeks a solution to this issue. Most furniture for hotels in Zanzibar is currently imported from foreign countries and is often made of wood, which means it can be badly affected by the weather conditions on the island. Furniture made from Trending Terrazzo is much more sustainable, beautiful to look at, and generates awareness for bottle-up.”

The Tamga Stool by Tolga Sencer is a piece of art! It exhibits a linear form, comprising of criss-cross lines which are arranged in a harmonious manner, creating a cohesive piece that looks like a sculpture. The name Tamga has been inspired by the old Turkish symbols which were called Tamga as well and were visually similar to the stool.

The Coa Bench by Pērch is created from solid walnut. It’s a humble piece of furniture with sturdy and well-crafted legs that would merge perfectly with any living room! There’s something extremely homely and rustic about it.