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My love for acrylic in interior design started with a stay at the Hudson Hotel in New York a few years ago and it has stayed with me ever since. I think acrylic is the perfect contrast against natural materials. It adds life and light without being too heavy or dominating. It's a perfect element of the unexpected whether it be clear or colored. It mixes perfectly with modern interiors and contrasts beautifully with traditional. Here are some amazing interiors to prove it!

Concrete Porcelain Tile Floors Wood Table with Acrylic Chairs

The clear acrylic chairs work well with the natural elements of this kitchen and breakfast room. By being visually unobtrusive they make the space feel larger and the modern lighting make a statement.

Slab wood dining table acrylic chairs slat wood on fireplace with red laquer surroung

The fireplace is the main focus of this space and the acrylic chairs do a great job of complimenting that. I love how the fireplace can be seen through the chair at the end of the table. Mixing transparent orange chairs and clear chairs is also a nice touch in this modern organic space.

Modern Living Room shades of gray with acrylic sofa table and silver lamps with black shades

This table let's the chrome lighting make the statement and let's the floors shine through. It really brings light into this rich setting.  

Smoky Gray Acrylic armchairs on stone floor leading outside to patio

The sleek and smoky outdoor dining chairs are perfect in this slightly rustic setting that opens up to the exterior.

Black Acrylic Chair on Gray hardwood floors and white walls

This black acrylic chair can stand all on it's own. It is the perfect accent in any space.  


Images: Hudson Hotel, DecorPad, Arkimom, Design Indulgences