Top 5 Must-Have Wooden Furniture Designs That Deserve To Be In Your Home

Wood is one of the most preferred materials of choice for furniture designers for ages galore. Wood is a sturdy, functional, and minimal material that adds a sense of zen and style to any living space. It instantly elevates a space, while adding some warm to it. It’s a minimal material that holds a strong personality without any additional frills and tassels. I truly believe a well-crafted piece of wooden furniture can add a magical touch to even the simplest of living spaces. Minimal, clean, and almost always soothing, beautifully designed wooden furniture helps add the ultimate finishing touch to a room, and we’ve curated a few of our favorites for you!

1. Tokyo

Dubbed Tokyo, this ingenious multifunctional design doubles up as a shoe rack and a bench. It combines two furniture pieces into one individual furniture design.

Why is it noteworthy?

What makes Tokyo unique and special is its side leg, which gently and seamlessly curves, subtly embracing the cushion to create a top tray for daily essentials. This functions as a neat spot to store your souvenirs and other knick knacks.

What we like

  • Features a bottom shelf which also serves as a nifty storage space
  • Multifunctional furniture design

What we dislike

  • It’s a conceptual design, so we’re not sure how functional it will be in reality

2. Snowhouse Sofa

Named the Snowhouse Sofa, this intriguing furniture design is for pets and humans alike, and it is what a wooden sofa would look like if it experienced some snowfall, and was coated with it.

Why is it noteworthy?

The wood is covered with cushy white cushions to give the idyllic impression of fallen snow. The edges are rounded, adding a depth of softness to the furniture piece. The ends of the sofa are hollow, with nifty little spaces to store books, magazines, and other miscellaneous items.

What we like

  • The area on top serves as a passage for your cats
  • Integrated with smart storage space

What we dislike

  • The Snowhouse Sofa is currently a concept, so we don’t know how the actual product will turn out to be

3. The Soul Sculpture Bench

Designed by Madrid-based designer Verónica Mar for Les Ateliers Courbet, the Soul Sculpture Bench is a minimalist bench that has a spiritual sensitivity, and is designed to balance and ground the energy of the space it is placed into.

Why is it noteworthy?

Inspired by the recurring spiral patterns that are often seen and found in the universe, in the various galaxies, in the intricate DNA chains, and in the dynamic water currents.

What we like

  • Creates a cohesive connection between nature and design

What we dislike

  • Bulky and space-consuming design

4. Kainchee

Named Kainchee, this innovative chair design looks like a pair of scissors and does full justice to its name.

Why is it noteworthy?

The chair does look like two pairs of scissors, from the bottom half at least. The star feature of the chair is its intertwining and geometrically intriguing form. A band of walnut wood forms the seat of the chair, while subtly interlocking with the ash wood to form the legs of the chair.

What we like

  • It has a unique form and design philosophy which allows it to stand apart from other furniture pieces

What we dislike

  • There are no options for customization

5. The Rook Stool

Named the Rook Stool, this interesting stool design is inspired by pieces of chess and has a lot of similarities to them as well.

Why is it noteworthy?

The designer drew references from the shapes of decorative wooden chess pieces for the Rook Stool. The stool utilizes simple elements that have been placed at unusual but intriguing angles and intersections to create a sculptural appeal.

What we like

  • Inspired and influenced by chess pieces
  • Available in three types of solid wood

What we dislike

  • It doesn’t seem like a comfortable seating option to sit for hours on end

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