The United States furniture market accounts for 63 billion dollars in revenue annually. Even after sales numbers for new home furnishings slowed down during the crash of the housing market and then the recession in 2008, they went back up again in 2012. Furniture is more than just something to sit on; it is part of the decor in your home.
There is furniture for every room, and for every budget. For large families, durability and cost are large factors when looking for items such as bunk beds, or dining room tables large enough for the whole family. Others, particularly those who do not have small children at home, may prefer something more elegant, such as designer chairs or tables for the living room.
Several varieties of chairs are available. Everything from recliners to ghost chairs to tolix stools. There are even designer chairs which are literally works of art. There are examples of Eames chairs in the permanent collection of New York’s Museum of Modern Art. The Eames Lounge Chair first appeared on NBC in 1956 on the Arlene Francis ‘Home” show.
The chairs are not the only ones getting attention. Noguchi coffee tables have become modern classics. However, they are still widely available and fairly affordable. Whether you are looking for replica furniture or something more modern, for a durable family sofa or designer chairs, there is furniture for you.