Deconstructed Decor

Intentionally destroyed aesthetics offer consumers a sense of authenticity

Implications - As consumers continue to prioritize authenticity in their everyday lives, modern aesthetics are turning to raw and rustic inspiration for increased credibility. By intentionally making furnishings look destroyed or dismantled, brands hope to not only create a more sincere, worn-in appearance, but also to add intrigue to traditionally formal and polished decor.
SCORE: 7.5
This Year and Hot Top 6 Examples: 23,904 Total Clicks Sep 14 - Aug 16
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Consumer Insight Topics: Art & DesignFurniture
Slashed Sofa Sets - Charlotte Kingsworth Creates an Aggressively Comfortable Couch
SCORE: 7
V. Hot 8,945 Clicks Pub: Jun 16, 15
Slashed Sofa Sets
Charlotte Kingsworth Creates an Aggressively Comfortable Couch
Charlotte Kingsworth has created a contemporary couch that looks as though it would be at home in a fun house or perhaps even a commercial spaceship. The first because of its unique shape and details,... [More]
Deconstructed Hanging Lighting - The Shelter Bay Ceiling Fixtures Offer Personalized DIY Design
SCORE: 8.7
This Year and V. Hot 2,364 Clicks Pub: Aug 25, 16
Deconstructed Hanging Lighting
The Shelter Bay Ceiling Fixtures Offer Personalized DIY Design
The Shelter Bay collection of hanging lighting offers consumers the ability to personalize the lamps in their space thanks to a DIY approach to the design. The aesthetic of the lights can be... [More]
Splattered Organic Furniture - Alon Dodo's Modern Oak Dressers Feature an Imperfect Stain Design
SCORE: 8.2
This Year and V. Hot 2,068 Clicks Pub: Aug 2, 16
Splattered Organic Furniture
Alon Dodo's Modern Oak Dressers Feature an Imperfect Stain Design
Alon Dodo is a designer based in Israel who handcrafts organic furniture that employs creative techniques—a concept that’s evident in his series of solid oak dressers that are adorned... [More]
Deconstructed Backless Chairs - This Chair Appears to Be Made Up of a Single Piece of Wood
SCORE: 6.4
This Year and Hot 1,724 Clicks Pub: Jul 28, 16
Deconstructed Backless Chairs
This Chair Appears to Be Made Up of a Single Piece of Wood
This backless chair designed by Jan Waterston upturns the notion of what chairs are supposed to look like. The design of the ‘Velo Chair’ was inspired by the way some bicycles are now... [More]
Deconstructed Home Decor - Designer Peter Bristol Makes Common Decor That is Nearly Unrecognizable
SCORE: 6.7
This Year and Hot 939 Clicks Pub: Jul 20, 16
Deconstructed Home Decor
Designer Peter Bristol Makes Common Decor That is Nearly Unrecognizable
While chandeliers, lights and tables are very common home decor items, but the way Peter Bristol designs them is quite unique. The designer has a variety of home items that are unique, some of... [More]
Intentionally Imperfect Furniture - This Wooden Furniture Collection Uses Rejected Wood
SCORE: 4.3
Warm 7,864 Clicks Pub: Sep 18, 14
Intentionally Imperfect Furniture
This Wooden Furniture Collection Uses Rejected Wood
From afar, there doesn’t seem to be anything too odd about this wooden furniture collection by designer Jalmari Laihinen. However, if you’re investing in a furniture piece from a... [More]