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About the Furniture Report - The Furniture Trend Report examines furniture trends, whether in home furniture or office furniture. Providing insight into the furniture industry and furnishings that cater to the busy, multitasking consumer of today, these trends include topics on city furniture, space-saving room design, compact bedroom furniture, patio furniture and collapsible storage.

Who It's For - Whether you own a furniture shop, manage a furniture warehouse or are an interior designer looking for furnishing ideas, our report will help you leverage trends and better understand the furniture consumer’s mindset. Our Furniture Trend Report offers innovative insight into the construction, design and marketing of furniture pieces to keep you on the cutting edge of this industry.

You might also consider our CUSTOM Furniture research - For as little as $500 per custom deep dive, our team will curate custom Furniture reports for your project, customer segments and brand. Each custom report is roughly 70 pages with 300 examples, including more specific lists and examples than our off-the-shelf Furniture trend report. [Learn More]

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trend research methodology Methodology - Unlike our competitors, who rely on gut instinct, our furniture research is based on Trend Hunter's 10,712 crowdsourced furniture trends and 2,043,000,000 total views of data. [Learn More]

The Furniture Report
Last published on Jul 29, 2014, the Furniture Report includes 90 PRO Trends (90 Pages) and 663 examples of furniture market research and furniture consumer trends related to: home furniture, office furniture, furniture design, furnishings, bedroom furniture, room design, patio furniture, city furniture, furniture stores, tables, chairs, seating, fixtures and furniture trends. The report includes all of our Furniture research collected over the last few years.

What You'll Get:
• 90 Page / Slide Presentation Furniture PPT Report

Contents:
• 90 Furniture PRO Trends
• 663 Furniture Examples
• 93 Furniture Videos (Online) Furniture Videos
• 3,978 Furniture Images (Online) Furniture Images
• Additional Niche Reports (with a full subscription): Art Deco, Art, Bed, Museum, Contemporary Art, Storage, Fantasy, Lighting, Mirror, Tattoos, Paint, Street Art, Photo Editing, Business Card, Sculpture, Sofa, Paper, Chair, Restaurant, Flowers, Bath, Dining, Digital Art, Lamp, Graffiti, Bookshelf, Lawn Furniture, Jack-O-Lantern, Candle, Sink and more!


Sample Furniture Pro Trends - Each Furniture PRO Trend is on its own slide with implications, a quantified score, and examples linked to online furniture articles, videos and images. Examples:

Cottage Couture Cabin life conveys a toned-down opulence while emphasizing nature Implications - As cities increase more and more in population, the ability to get away from it all truly becomes a luxury. Once considered a vacation for those who couldn’t afford a trip overseas, cottages now serve as the ultimate nirvana. With the end of the recession, consumers make an attempt at being credit-savvy by showing off their money in a toned-down, eco-friendly manner.
Cottage Couture
Cabin life conveys a toned-down opulence while emphasizing nature
12 Examples + Score + Implications


Next Besting (UPDATE) Consumers bypass traditional brands for the next best alternative Implications - In our current period of economic uncertainty, consumers are still buying things, but they are becoming more conscious of what they actually need and why. In all categories, they are in pursuit of the 'next best thing'. We coined this term 'Next Besting' in 2008, but we continue to see it play out in all categories, including fashion and technology where budget-friendly alternative products are breaking new ground.
Next Besting (UPDATE)
Consumers bypass traditional brands for the next best alternative
10 Examples + Score + Implications


Minimal Impulse Tendency towards bare simplicity in home design and furniture Implications - Minimalism is becoming the base for home decor and furniture design, which caters to today's busier consumer. Whereas complexity in design may induce psychological clutter in an already hectic lifestyle, raw functionality and clean visual aesthetic help to reinstate some aspect of calmness and order.
Minimal Impulse
Tendency towards bare simplicity in home design and furniture
8 Examples + Score + Implications


Urbane Naturalism Wooden decor & furnishings let city-dwellers bring the outdoors, indoors Implications - With nature-focused concepts becoming increasingly prevalent within today’s society, companies are providing a more practical approach for consumers to incorporate nature into their own lives. Giving customers the option of furniture pieces and home decor with an all-wooden touch, businesses are attending to a market who wants to enjoy the outdoors even when they’re in the city.
Urbane Naturalism
Wooden decor & furnishings let city-dwellers bring the outdoors, indoors
10 Examples + Score + Implications


Pretty Pixelation Pixels are no longer exclusively a photography faux-pas Implications - Once considered exclusively a photography faux-pas, pixelation has now lent itself to the art and design world. Innovators are drawing inspiration from computerized images in order to create imperfect-looking products in the realm of furniture, films, eye wear, gadgets and more. Collage-esque pixelated styles coincide with a consumer desire for imperfection and a DIY ethos.
Pretty Pixelation
Pixels are no longer exclusively a photography faux-pas
12 Examples + Score + Implications


Optical Illusionism Trompe l'oeils offer an intelligent escape from reality Implications - Consumers are no longer attracted to purely "pretty" items. The incorporation of optical illusions into products coincides with the desire for items that make people think, use their imagination, while at the same time escaping from the banality of everyday life. From home design to fashion prints, things are not always what they seem.
Optical Illusionism
Trompe l'oeils offer an intelligent escape from reality
11 Examples + Score + Implications


PLUS 84 more Furniture PRO Trends and 663 examples!



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