Prime Furniture Collection In Bold Colors

This super bold furniture collection is called Prime and is done in primary colors with bold and laconic shapes

This super bold furniture collection is called Prime and is done in primary colors with bold and laconic shapes

If you want some bold and colorful furnishings for your home, we’ve found them for you! Canadian designer Martha Sturdy has combined geometric shapes with bold, primary colors to create a collection of furniture pieces made entirely from resin.

The collection includes a series of stools, wall decorations, a table and stackable shelves. Each of the designs are made from basic shapes like cylinders, cubes, circles and squares. The colors are limited to primary shades of red, yellow and blue, as well as black and white. The colored resin is made with varying levels of saturation, with an opaque finish for the yellow and red items, and a translucent finish for the blue.

The designer wanted to show that having bold colors, you won’t need anything complicated, just clean and confident forms. Each item in the collection can be used individually or combined as building blocks for a more complex arrangement.

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The round Chief stool has a cylindrical form, in blue, yellow or red, and the table has a circular surface and a single leg and is made from blue resin

The round Chief stool has a cylindrical form, in blue, yellow or red, and the table has a circular surface and a single leg and is made from blue resin

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The Chief cube comprises a cube-shaped stool with a black and white striped finish

The Chief cube comprises a cube-shaped stool with a black and white striped finish

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The cube shelving unit comes in varying sizes and colors, each of which can be used individually or stacked on top of each other

The cube shelving unit comes in varying sizes and colors, each of which can be used individually or stacked on top of each other

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This is a resin screen, which features a three-panel structure with a yellow panel in the middle

This is a resin screen, which features a three-panel structure with a yellow panel in the middle

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