The use of chrome is quite common among today’s modern furniture designs because of its enormous aesthetic value, durability and easy maintenance. Decorating with chrome offers an abundance of possibilities thanks to the versatile nature of this metal. Cool and edgy, chrome is ideal when used on dining chair legs, and even better when such chairs are paired with a modern dining table that features chrome finished pedestal base.
Because of its reflective disposition, chrome is also a customary element in occasional furniture such as designer coffee tables and end tables and is often paired with clear or colored glass.
Chrome’s vast decorative potential is also applied to sectional sofas as an accent element, such as in the Manhattan sectional sofa by Brianform or to designer sofas as an anchoring part like in the Twist leather sofa by Gamma Arredamenti.
But regardless whether there is a lot of chrome or just a touch, the overall appearance of the furniture takes on dramatic elegance with a stylish twist. And contrary to the notion that chrome is only associated with modern furniture, its gleaming qualities are well-suited for glitzy environments with styles such as Hollywood Regency or Neo Baroque.