A big change is in the furniture sector, with new entrants bringing their own take on the modern, industrial look.
There are some very cool new trends like the kincaid, which uses a natural cotton, and a modern version called the Bassett.
But what’s the best modern furniture?
We asked people from across the UK and Europe to pick their favourites from the best of the bunch.
The winners are: Modernist furniture: Kincaid Kincaid is a natural fabric that is woven from cotton and silk yarns.
It’s designed to be lightweight and durable, with a smooth surface and the ability to be cut and sewn.
IKEA Kincard is a contemporary furniture design based on traditional European furniture.
Kissimmeh Kissimmehas is a new furniture design by French furniture brand IKEA.
It’s designed with a modern twist, with its minimalist shape and modern materials.
Modern furniture: Bassett Bassett is a modern, modern twist on classic European furniture designs.
Designed for urban living, Bassett uses reclaimed wood and is hand-crafted to perfection.
Its designs have been featured on television shows such as Game of Thrones and Castle.
A new breed of contemporary furniture: Kincie Kincied is a fabric made from recycled plastic, nylon and wool yarns, which is designed for modern living.
If you’re looking for an everyday house or apartment, it’s definitely one to look at.
Mural furniture: Rotten Cottage RottenCottage is a wood-block print and stone-cut wooden cabinet made from reclaimed wood, stone and recycled plastic.
It features an interior designed with an open floor plan, which can be folded out for storage.
You can buy it from a selection of independent stores.
Wooden furniture: Jellys Jellies has created furniture that looks and feels like a real woodwork.
Made from recycled polyester and acrylic resin, it is an old-fashioned piece of furniture, and is a fantastic addition to your home.
To decorate it, you can choose from a range of styles including white, black, red, and green.
Plush and modern furniture: Sushie Sushies is a plush-feeling, modern house and apartment from the UK.
This design from London designer and artist Maddy Tisdale is perfect for living in.
“I was inspired by the work of a local artist, Maddy Stacey, and thought, ‘I want to create something that looks a bit like a traditional woodwork’,” she said.
She wanted to create a house that looked like a woodwork but was made from polyester.
From the start, the designers have worked with a range a different materials, including wood, wool, silk, and recycled polymers.
Beautiful furniture: Tissies Tissie is a minimalist furniture design that combines contemporary design and old-world furniture design.
Inspired by the traditional woodworking of the region, Tissieds aims to make it look modern.
What is a ‘traditional woodwork’?
Traditional woodwork is a series of pieces of furniture made from different types of wood.
They are usually built from reclaimed timber, stone, or natural fibre.
Many of the modern furniture designs in this category are based on old-school styles.
However, they also have an emphasis on modern elements such as wood finishes, finishes that are more modern than traditional designs, and an open design.
The best modern house: The Downton Abbey house in the West End, where Joanne Preskill and Harry Redknapp are married.
With its sleek and modern design, the Downtons Downten Abbey is a real gem.
Although it is not the most modern design in the house, it does a great job of keeping the house’s heritage and character.
In the house itself, it offers the perfect blend of modern design and traditional.
Shelter and a little home: The classic Scandinavian house, the Rijksmuseum, in Copenhagen.
While it’s not the best design in this house, this minimalist design from architect Rolf Lundgren is one of the most unique pieces of Scandinavian furniture.
It features a window on the wall, a fireplace and a wood fire in a room that is meant to be the main living space.
Fantastic modern furniture for the budget: Modern furniture from The Dufferin Group.
These modern furniture pieces are designed to appeal to the budget-conscious and have a low price tag.
Their latest house is a collaboration between designer and architect Daniel Jansson, who worked on the designs for The Duffle, the classic Scandinavian home in the UK’s historic heartlands.
Hanging out in the yard: From the classic British furniture house to the modern