Modern Furniture Inspired By History – Modern Home Decor Top Interior Designers

What if you could explore History through modern furnitureContemporary interior design can be influenced by a lot of things, including History-inspired themes, that translate into groundbreaking pieces of furniture and mind-blowing conceptual interiors. Are you ready to travel back in time? Here we go!

D. Manuel Cabinet by Boca do Lobo

The D. Manuel cabinet is the quintessential work of art for any interior design enthusiast. Paying homage to the Portuguese maritime discoveries, this cabinet is a symbol of conquest and achievement – because you won’t be victorious if you don’t accept the challenges of life. You need to take a step further and be unique – the same happens with your home decoration.

Agra Dining Table by Brabbu

Agra is the modest setting of one of the most famous monuments in the world, Taj Mahal, also known as the marble mausoleum. Just like it, this dining table is an impressive display of elegance. Luxury meets craftsmanship and, suddenly, a world of simplicity and inspiration awakens to make your dining room the jewel of your home decor.

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Heritage Sideboard by Boca do Lobo

Heritage is an elegant piece to compliment the decoration of any interior setting. A highly coveted ensemble of hand-painted tiles like those of an expertly curated art collection brings together master artisans and craftsmen for the execution of this piece. A landmark from the ancient days of Portuguese architecture.

Guggenheim Cabinet by Boca do Lobo

The internationally renowned art museum and one of the most significant architectural icons of the 20th Century, the Guggenheim Museum has inspired the concept of this cabinet. Extremely versatile and unique, Guggenheim is available in rosewood or pallisander.

Stonehenge Dining Table by Boca do Lobo

This dining table pays a soulful homage to a prehistoric monument in England, the Stonehenge. The metallic hues make an elegant contrast while they beautifully combine, merging the Neolithic and the Bronze Age in the same table. May your dining room be a golden treasure!

Camilia Cabinet by Koket

The Camilia cabinet was created to grace the most regal settings with its elegance and splendor. Inspired by the aristocratic palaces of the Alexandrian pashas of Egypt, the mother of pearl Camilia is crowned by an artisan hand-carved peacock, meticulously engraved and delicately finished in metal leaf.

Newton Console Table by Boca do Lobo

The Newton console table is an outstanding moment of inspiration. A luxury statement piece created in order to fulfill the needs of our clients that are looking for the best in contemporary furniture design mixed up with luxurious details and high-quality materials. Inspired by the great Isaac Newton, of course.

Hepburn Cabinet by Essential Home

Inspired by one of the most refined names in the Hollywood industry, Audrey Hepburn, this cabinet sits well in a modern home bar or a private country club salon. Looking for a mid-century design with a contemporary twist? Look no further!

Empire Dining Table by Boca do Lobo

Time passes but beauty stays forever – that’s how we are introducing you to the Empire dining table. The perfect blend of classic and modern design, Empire reflects tough times, revealing a gold interior in a manifesto towards power. The proof of how conceptual interior design can be!

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