How to Create a Modern Home with GUS

Thursday, July 05, 2012

Update the look of your home and make it more fresh by creating a theme that is both modern and stylish. Here's how:

1) A modern home uses neutral color palette, including lots of whites, blacks, grays, and creams. The GUS Delano Chair is the ultimate in industrial elegance. This piece of furniture exemplified the Gus Modern company's derivation to sleek, functional styling. A plush, tufted leather seat rests on a sturdy, stainless steel base, enduring many years of reliable comfort. 

2) Though big with neutral pieces, a modern home spices things up by injecting a surprise of color through accent pieces such as bold-colored throw pillows, odd-shaped rugs, or this tangerine GT ROCKER. Sleek and simple with a powder-coated black steel base and architecturally-styled cushion inspired by airport lounge seating and 70’s retro car interiors.

3) In choosing furniture for your modern home, opt for a piece with clean visual lines and minimal ornamentation. This TRUSS CHAIR is inspired by the work of the Sarasota School of Architecture, and at home in both modern and traditional spaces. The chair features a solid natural oak frame with an interlocking truss base and finger joint detailing on the arms.

This month, get to take home the GUS furniture you've been eyeing on! All their items are at 20% OFF and selected on-stock items are up to 30% OFF.

Keep in mind that a contemporary space requires clutter free and minimal patterns. The hallmark of a modern home is one that is clean, open, and well-organized, but doesn't lack the interesting conversation pieces that can be provided by GUS Modern Furniture. 

Visit the following GUS Showrooms:

Gus* Studio

G/F of The Residences at Greenbelt, Esperanza St., Makati
Tel. No.: (02) 621-8171 or 0917-5638983 

Gus* @ Design Pod

59 Connecticut St., Greenhills, San Juan 
Tel. No.:  (02) 940-9580 or 0917-8119394. 

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1 comment

  1. I like the Gus Delano Chair, It's both classic and artsy


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