These November 2016 furniture trends range from collapsible office desks to Swedish furniture museums.
While the IKEA Museum in Älmhult, Sweden recently unveiled an inspiring art installation titled 'From Us With Love,' -- the installation showcases color-coded home accessories and some of the furniture retailer's most notable designs -- Nifemi Marcus-Bello's 'Tebur' table boasts a flat-packed construction that is ideal for those looking to be productive while on the go or those living in small spaces.
In addition to the month's most cost-effective and economical solutions, other standouts include niche furniture innovations like furniture retailer Wayfair's shoppable television series 'The Way Home.' The program is a collaborative effort with the Lifetime network and is being broadcast on A&E, allowing viewers to get their hands on home decor that is featured within it.
Top 40 Furniture Trends in November
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Game-Inspired Table Furniture
Hidden Bed Apartments
Modular Cat Furniture
Compact Modular Student Desks
Chaotic Storage Credenzas