Top 10 Favorite Lucite Furniture

Ahhhhh, lucite. The trend of the decade- and for so many great reasons. Because these pieces are completely transparent, they really open up the space that it lives in. This is why they’re perfect for smaller scaled rooms or even a room that doesn’t receive that much light. We all know the idea of placing mirrors up high in a typically smaller, darker room lightens up the space and the reflection creates an illusion that it’s actually larger. That idea is the same with acrylic pieces because you can see right through them.

Our Inspiration:

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The contrast of the fur with the acrylic is to die for!

Love this sophisticated, polished home office style.

We love the modern & traditional combo in this look.

Brass mirror, lucite console and pale pink stools.

“Femininity” is practically screaming at us through this image!

Chahan Minassian

A more masculine approach to a lucite filled living room.

So obviously, lucite furniture can be very feminine in the way that it’s typically dressed. (But isn’t everything that’s “fabulous” considered a little feminine?) But look at the last photo, it can be easily neutralized, if that’s what you prefer. You can also combine very traditional pieces with modern, acrylic designs to balance out a room.  We love it either way! If lucite furniture is something that intrigues you, we’re sure you’ll love these versatile pieces!


1. Antonio Acrylic Chair // CB2

This chair is an absolute show-stopper! It has a great combination of Art Deco & modern vibes. Whether it’s for a formal seating room or a luxe dining room, it’s perfect for any chic space.

2. Jacques Etagere // Jonathan Adler

The acrylic frame held together by the brass corners are simplistic yet glamorous. Stack some books, succulents, and picture frames in and around this gorgeous etagere to pull the look together.

3. Lucite Arched Vanity Stool // Worlds Away

This has to be the sweetest stool we’ve ever seen. From the fur to the silver finish- it is just flawless. Rest it under your vanity or place two side-by-side near an entry way for stunning, symmetrical look.

4. Reno Modern-Classic Acrylic Stool // Kathy Kuo

Perfect for a bar top, these stools will make it look like the seater is floating! It’s a great twist on a classicly designed bar stool because of the acrylic material as well as the brass tip finish.

5. Hollywood Regency Acrylic Bench // Kathy Kuo

This bench is just sooo sleek that it will stand out yet simplify your space with it’s straight lines and balanced look. And it’s versatile too- use it as a bench, console, or even a coffee table!

6. Milo Baughman’s Get Smart Chair // Thayer Coggin 

Anything from Milo or Thayer, we just adore! Their furniture is custom & made to order each time, using only the best materials. Not to mention their classically stylish approach to contemporary design.

7. Peekaboo Acrylic Media Console // CB2

This is another extremely versatile piece because of the height and wheels. Use it as a coffee table or media console or even place pouf in front of it to create a move-able desk!

8. Claudia Leather Pull-Up Stool // Mitchell Gold & Bob Williams

The contrast of materials in this piece makes it such a great accessory for any space! The X-base is striking as well as sturdy, making it the perfect additional seating.

9. Vintage Lucite Chairs // The Real Real

Lucky you, because this is a great find! We love the balance of the uniquely shaped, acrylic frame with tufted ostrich leather upholstery… just when you thought it couldn’t get any more glamorous.

10. Melrose Console Table // Mitchell Gold & Bob Williams

The best kind of glamour is the effortless kind. This piece is art-deco inspired and is made with acrylic, polished stainless steel and a glass top for an airy feel. Use this in a narrow hall for its visually space-less quality.


Interested in changing up the vibe in your home? Give us a call! We’d love to help you design your dream space!

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