Today 0 Styling your home with purpose furniture
Have you ever used purpose furniture? It is furniture that is designed for specific individual needs : this could include mobility aided furniture, child friendly furniture, furniture to increase work productivity in the office, etc. I have been asked to look into designer trends for the year ahead and consider how to incorporate purpose furniture into those designs.
Fenetic Wellbeing are a mobility company who provide healthcare and mobility products to support individual needs. They are currently running a campaign to showcase how interiors can be stylish as whilst incorporating furniture that meets health and mobility needs. I am really exited to take part in this campaign.
As a disabled woman myself ( I am ventilator user and have a bilateral paralysis of my diaphragm) I have on occasion needed to use purpose furniture and mobility aids. As an interior blogger I am aware that I always wanted these to look great and work seamlessly with the style of my home. I didn’t want them to compromise the look of my home. Needless to say this campaign is one close to me heart.
Having the need for purpose furniture should not be an issue when planning a stylish a home to be proud of as you will see in my moodboard below.
The trends I am gong to incorporate into my #interiorwellbeing moodboard are:
The gorgeous green chair from Fenetic Wellbeing’s riser recliner chairs range goes so well with the velvet, luxe and green that are key components of this years interior design trends, don’t you think?
My top tips when incorporating purpose furniture in any design scheme are:
- You don’t have to spend a fortune…small nods to the seasons trends work so well, perhaps a new lamp in brass or a jewel toned vase can really update a scheme
- Link your purpose furniture to your scheme in some way, you don’t want it to stick out like a sore thumb. In the mood board above the colour of the recliner tied the chair easily into the scheme and was bang on trend
- Accessories can make such a difference and the velvet cushions on the recliner really add luxury to the attractive, functional chair
- You don’t have to hide your purpose, instead furniture make it a proud part of a lovely home that is both beautiful and practical and increases your wellbeing.
Fenetic Wellbeing sell a great range of beautifully designed mobility and wellbeing products. You don’t have to skimp on style if you require purpose furniture you just have to think a little creatively.
ost written in collaboration with Fenetic Wellbeing