"There are three responses to a piece of design - yes, no, and WOW!
Who knew that lucite/acrylic furniture has been around since the 1930's? Cosmetics revolutionary, Helena Rubenstein, was a design trendsetter furnishing her home with a lucite bed and a variety of chairs. Lucite has a futuristic look that seems to transcends time.
Katie Holmes channels Helena Rubenstein in one of her
original 1930's chairs.
Today, Lucite can be seen in homes as furniture. frames, even desk accessories. Which ever way you decide to use it, Lucite can be a great conversation piece in a room.
Lucite really makes color pop!!!
Add fur seat covers for a touch of chic fun!!!
These chairs and side tables have a subtle yet effective design.
Kate Spade New York has a great line of acrylic accessories!
Make an impact with a lucite frame gallery wall.
The lucite legs on this sofa are subtle yet cool.
Lucite has made its mark in fashion as well. Shoes and jewelry are leading the way with lucite heels and bangles. Laura of Pembroke has been carrying Alexis Bittar jewelry since its inception. Alexis created beautiful jewelry using lucite and acrylic and it's still highlighting his jewelry line.
Don't forget the acrylic trend in shoes!!!