Living With Lucite Legs & Furniuture

June 20, 2018

By Tab Byrum

A couple of weeks ago I did a post here on the blog about Lucite Shelves and I received a lot of comments and reactions to them, all positive, so I thought today we would look at the trend of Lucite or Acrylic Furniture and Acrylic Legs on furniture. A client friend of mine has recently moved into a new home this past Spring and she went from a very traditional home to a more contemporary home and she has brought in a lot of lucite in decorating the home. I have to say I really like the look because it enables you to use a more traditional shaped piece of furniture like a bench but then use a current fabric and add Lucite/Acrylic legs and it has a totally 21st-century look. I also enjoy furniture that’s completely made of Lucite/Acrylic, especially tables and decorative chairs. Today I’m going to share some images with you of furniture made of clear Lucite/Acrylic and upholstered furniture that uses Lucite/Acrylic legs, just one piece in a room can amp up the design and drama. Enjoy!!! (above image via)

A piece like this acrylic shelving unit is great because you get the look of the acrylic furniture and it’s tall so you get the effect up in the room. (via)

I love all of the acrylic side tables that are available and this one is amped up even more with the use of brass legs. (via)

I have a special affinity for Lucite Coffee Tables. (via)

The bench at the foot of this bed is very traditional in shape and fabric but the acrylic legs up the design factor of the piece and makes it special. (via)

Who knew there was acrylic baby furniture??? Only for very trendy tots. (via)

I think pieces like this Cobalt Blue sofa are so striking and then you add the traditionally shaped legs done in Lucite and you have instant glamor. (via)

Here you have a piece doing double duty, an upholstered ottoman acting as a coffee table and done in the same fabric as pillows in the room to tie it all together. (via)

I really like the combination of Lucite and Brass together. Here we have a collection of shelving, side tables, and the taller one could be used as a smaller bookcase or a bar. (via)

We have a huge Wing Back Chair like this one that needs an update and this may be the ticket. Swap out the legs for traditional shapes in Lucite and a great new fabric. (via)

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