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From Modular Designer Sofas to Sushi-Inspired Waste Bins

 - Feb 24, 2018
Furniture is something of an acquired taste, as the February 2018 furniture trends show. It's one of those things where a certain subset of people are absolutely enamored with it while everyone else shrugs and looks at them judgmentally. But those who're crazy about credenzas don't mind the sideways stares; in fact, they ignore them completely, opting instead to create interpretive dance shows based on the lives of famous furniture designers.

One of the most common similarities within the February 2018 furniture trends is the mixing of literally modern styles with the styles of modernism. The mid-century modern aesthetic is perhaps even more vaunted now than it was in the 50s and 60s, and clever designers have opted to incorporate those classic form factors into the color preferences of today's young consumers. The Ercol loveseat and butterfly chair are two perfect examples: they've recently been offered in pale, "Millennial" pink to satisfy the infamous Millennial yen for that hue.