Interior design often mirrors the values of its society, which is why the Gothic era abounded in stained-glass religious imagery, the Victorian era’s tables wore modest skirts, and the modern era’s toilets served as warp zones to World 4-1. Reflect your own social norms with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $50 worth of furniture and merchandise from fashion4home.
Fashion4home decorates the interiors of discerning homeowners homes with trendy and affordable designer furniture, lively accessories, and modern art. The Clouds coffee-table set swiftly charms mulish sofas and naked floorboards alike with its cheeky ability to separate into three individual end tables or remain joined as one textured and functional conversation centerpiece ($269). The chameleonic Cardini Uno sleeper chair fans through a balmy color spectrum and pulls out into a bed to accommodate overnight guests or impromptu self-performed dental procedures ($369). If you’d rather limbo closer to your Groupon’s value, you can adorn your walls with an arty black-and-white canvas print of New York high-rises ($79), or illuminate the orthogonal corners of your Escher-designed house with a halogen lichtsack, a strong fabric bag filled with sand that lets you position its halogen light bulb in any direction you want ($49).
- Now here’s an idea that could be really cool: applying the Threadless, buy-on-demand, customer-voted online store model to something much more high-end and design-oriented: home furniture. – Liz Gannes, New York Times
- By working directly with furniture designers around the world and working directly with manufacturing shops in China, Fashion4Home cuts out all the middle men and retail store costs that go into the price of most designer furniture. – Erick Schonfeld, TechCrunch