Would you consider Acrylic furniture?

Acrylic furniture is the perfect choice if you want to bring a sense of visual lightness to a space. It has the same delicate feel of glass but allows in more light, it’s the safer option if you have young children and is also a lot cheaper.  If it’s a modern sleek and streamline finish that your after then acrylic is definitely something to consider.  This particular table is made by Luminati Lifestyles, a leading manufacturer of imaginative acrylic home furnishings.

Their collection of contemporary furniture and accessories include everything from laptop stands, jewellery boxes, side tables, wall art and lighting.  For the kitchen, they also have useful accessories such as trays, wine holders and coasters.  Also new to the collection, are display cases; these can be customised in a variety of sizes and colours to fit customers’ personal preference and interior décor.  They also offer commissions upon request, which is a real plus point, especially if you have an awkward space for furniture or an unconventional design idea.

This stylish black coffee table would look great in a modern decorating scheme, teamed with a matching console.  For a slightly softer feel, place a large bunch of white hydrangeas on the table, as the black glass will contrast beautifully with the delicate white flowers.

Click here for more information about Luminati Lifestyles.


Meet Pippa

Pippa Jameson is an author, tv designer and interiors expert. The previous interior editor on several leading UK titles, Pippa has a wealth of knowledge and experience. Throughout her 25-year career, Pippa’s unique and creative approach has won her commissions for large retail brands and celebrities to deliver exciting and engaging projects. 

She’s written the curriculum for the British College of Interior Design, produced and styled shoots for well-known brands including John Lewis, H&M & Team GB/DFS, worked as an International Stylist for leading paint brands in Asia, consulted on the launch and creative direction of major retail names including George Home and Wren, and most recently, published her first book, The Sensory Home. Pippa possesses expertise unmatched in the interior industry.