Upgrade your digs: 2020’s trendiest furniture and where to find it on sale

From Art Deco to Modern Farmhouse we’ve located the best furniture from Target, AllModern, Frontgate and more.

By: Webgears, a Boston.com Partner
November 5, 2020

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Art Deco

So, you’ve just finished the works of F. Scott Fitzgerald and you’re craving the jazz bars of Paris, what else are you to do other than add some Art Deco pieces to your home. Known for its use of metals, marble, glass, and dark woods Art Deco is a style that brings the jazz age back in full swing. Art Deco design utilizes long sweeping curves, geometric shapes, and bold colors and prints bringing a touch of glamour and luxury to your home.

Here’s a breakdown of some of the best Art Deco pieces we found:

Magdoll Contemporary Mirrored End Table Gold – Aiden Lane from Target

$189.99

Featuring a black and white geometric top and sleek stainless-steel legs this end table from Target embodies Art Deco. The end table can easily fit into your living room or could even be used as a bedside table adding a hint of Art Deco to your bedroom.

Ravi Velvet 84″ Square Arm Sofa from AllModern

Save $420. Was $1,350 now $930

With its emerald velvet upholstery, this sofa from AllModern epitomizes Art Deco. If green isn’t your color its also available in navy blue and rust. The sofa seats three is made of solid wood and has removable couch cushions making it easier to clean.

Darcy Mirror Triptych from Frontgate

Save $79.80. Was $799.00 now $719.20

Create a focal point in any room with this three-piece wall mirror from Frontgate. The curved mirrors add a vintage element to the room and the industrial-strength wall mounts mean that the mirror will sit securely on your wall.

Mid-Century Modern

Originating from the 1940s Mid-Century Modern is a style that encapsulates the 1940s and 1950s with its geometric shapes, bold and earthy tones, and use of woods with non-traditional materials. Mid-Century Modern burst back onto the scene a few years ago and doesn’t seem to be going anywhere with major furniture outlets at all price points releasing mid-century modern inspired pieces. Pulling in Mid-Century Modern inspired couches, tv stands, and lamps are a great way to add a touch of the 1950s to your home.

Here’s a breakdown of some of the best Mid-Century Modern pieces we found.

The Montes 73.5″ Arched Floor Lamp from AllModern

Save $35. Was $170 now $135

This AllModern floor lamp is perfect for a reading nook, to hang over a sofa, or as a statement piece in a living room. The stainless-steel arm, marble base, and minimalist lampshade make this hanging lamp sleek and understated.

Maeve End Table from AllModern

Save $78.99. Was $199.99 now $121

With its tapered legs, orange-brown tones, and functional design this end table is the perfect Mid-Century Modern addition to your living room. This AllModern end table is made from ecologically sourced hardwood and can be used as an end table for next to your sofa or as a plant stand.

Modern Farmhouse

With fall in full swing you’re probably feeling the cozy vibes of those fresh fall mornings and the leaves changing color, so why not bring those cozy vibes inside by adding a touch of Modern Farmhouse to your home? Modern Farmhouse brings rustic farmhouse vibes into a modern chic setting. Modern Farmhouse furniture is characterized by neutral minimalist colors, natural fibers, and a weathered rustic finish, picture barn doors, peg hooks, distressed wood, and baskets.

Here’s a breakdown of some of the best Modern Farmhouse pieces we found:

Daily Organization System – Essential Entryway Set from Pottery Barn

Save $57.50. Was $229 now $171.50

Organize your entryway with this entryway set from Pottery Barn. The set provides storage for shoes, hooks for your keys, magnetic whiteboard calendar, a corkboard and storage space for mail. The set comes in white, black and grey meaning you can pick the perfect color for your entrance way.

Rattan and wicker

Rattan and wicker are back baby, and we think it groovy! Whether this style reminds you of your grandmother’s patio or a 1970s beach vacation rattan is the breakout star of 2020, seen everywhere from rattan headboards to rattan dining chairs. Once relegated to the outdoors rattan and wicker have crept their way inside, showing up as wicker armchairs, baskets, and rattan shelves. Confused about what the difference is between rattan and wicker? It’s pretty simple actually, rattan is a vine native to South-East Asia, Australia, and tropical regions of Africa. Wicker is the weaving technique used to create the outdoorsy style.

Here’s a breakdown of some of the best wicker and rattan pieces we found:

Leona Round Rattan Accent Table with Glass Top Natural – Opalhouse™ from Target

Save $15. Was $100 now $85

Add some rattan to your lounge room with this rattan end table from Target. The round table is the perfect size for your coffee, books and a lamp, you could even use it as a plant stand to bring some greenery indoors. The table is part of the Target Opalhouse™ collection which includes a range of furniture, bedding, wall decor and drinkware, so why not shop the Opalwear™ collection to complete the look.

Bohemian Desert Sun Round Mirror – Natural Cane from West Elm

$159.20

This natural cane circular mirror adds a touch of rattan to any room. Its circular cane creates a beachy feel and the mirror is large enough for you to see your entire outfit. It includes mounting hardware and measures 30″ diameter. x 1″deep.


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