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Shop These Mid-Century Modern Collections From Commune

The furniture pieces will sit comfortably in any living room renovation

With Singapore firmly in Phase 2 of its re-opening, households can welcome up to five visitors at a time.

For those considering a refresh of the living spaces, Commune has a range of collections that will uplift and update.

Known for its mid-century modern and Scandinavian aesthetics, the local brand also expertly integrates regional touches into its designs.

Flint is one example. Its mid-century modern design aesthetic is classic, understated and streamlined in its appeal.

The pieces are made from a light-coloured oak that places the beauty of the wood front and centre.

In particular, the Flint Console Table is a must-have. Rattan weave complements the use of oak on the sliding door and shelf, giving the piece a Southeast Asian spin.

Flint collection
Flint collection

Sander is a collection made up primarily of seating, distinguished by its use of chocolate-brown leather upholstery and legs made from American oak, designed in a Scandinavian-style silhouette.

Pair the Sander Lounge Chair with the Footrest – the former is suitable for the home office or living room with its comfortable curved arms and deep seat; the latter is perfect to prop the feet up on after a long day at work. 

Sander collection Sander collection

Round up the revamp with Porter. From a coffee table to one for the hallway, each of the pieces varies in height and shape depending on the function.

Uniting the collection is a look comprised of a sleek, black powder-coated metallic frame that holds up a glass top and walnut veneer shelving.

The Porter Side Table in a classic C shape makes for a great companion and artful accent when visitors are over.

Place it on the side of the sofa to double as a wine glass holder, or push it against the wall as a display end table – its versatility will make this an instant hit.

Porter collection
Porter collection

This story is brought to you by Commune. It first appeared in Issue 117: August-October 2020.

14 August 2020