Modern living room furniture began to dominate the design scene in the 20th century, from the emergence of Art Decor, Mission, and Stickler furniture in the 1920 furniture modern living is characterized by lines, free of clutter clean, lack of ornamentation and an aesthetic that celebrates technology, new materials and a relative lack of concern for tradition. Against the wishes of some of his more radical supporters, modern design has now become a part of history, and there are many collectors paradoxically called “modern antique furniture.”
The success of modern living room furniture design was closely associated with the emergence of modern art in the 20th particularly century Europe, artists and groups, including the Futurists, Cubists and Dadaists, took a radical and vociferous opposition to the past in all its forms. They believed that Europe had become bound by tradition hiding, and that a fresh start was needed, with a radically new image for domestic environments.
Many modern living room furniture designs are outgrowths of modern architecture, and a number of influential modern architects like Le Cor busier and Frank Lloyd Wright were also furniture designers. As a group, their common aesthetic was a departure from irritability, complexity and nature of the richly decorated Victorian era, and to a style that showed his own purpose through its design without aesthetic statements applied externally.