From bedroom furniture to living room furniture, our furniture collection is a versatile range of minimalist and mid century furniture items. The new collection will launch in January 2024.

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New Furniture Collection in 2024

Swyft’s new furniture collection will launch in January 2024. Expect to see coffee tables, side tables, console tables, and a media unit. After the initial launch, we will continue to add new furniture pieces to the collection. Sign up to our newsletter and be the first to hear about the new furniture collection - scroll to the bottom of the page.

Living room furniture

The living room is the heart of the home, so when it comes to living room furniture, the items need to be functional, comfy, and aesthetically pleasing. That’s why, our collection of coffee tables, side tables, console tables, and media units come in a range of colours, designs, and sizes. A furniture collection for any home, no matter the style. For our sofa collection, link below.

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Coffee tables & side tables

From round coffee tables to rectangular coffee tables, wooden side tables to mid century coffee tables. Coffee tables come in a variety of styles and designs and should be used to create an anchor and focal point in the living room.

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Bedroom furniture

Bedrooms are a place to relax, unwind, and rest; our furniture collection embodies exactly that. The bedroom furniture collection consists of wardrobes, bedside tables, sideboards, and console tables in a range of sizes and styles. Create a functional and beautiful bedroom aesthetic with our collection of bedroom furniture.

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Furniture FAQs

From bedroom furniture to living room furniture, here we answer your most frequently asked questions.

  • What's considered furniture?

    Generally speaking, furniture is considered to be items that make a space suitable for living or working. The most obvious furniture items are designed to support our activities like working, eating, seating, cooking, and storing items. From living room furniture and bedroom furniture to kitchen appliances, dining room furniture, and office furniture, furniture is used to describe a wide range of items in and outside the home.

  • What is the furniture in the bedroom?

    Bedroom furniture typically consists of a statement-piece bed, bedside tables, a wardrobe, a chest of drawers, and storage units. Bedroom furniture can also include a dressing table, bookshelves, an armchair, and a desk. It depends on the amount of space available in the bedroom. It shouldn’t feel cluttered, so make sure the furniture is practical and comes with clever space-saving solutions.

  • How to arrange living room furniture?

    Living room furniture and how it’s arranged depends on the size and shape of the room. However, there are a few general rules that should be stuck to when arranging living room furniture. Consider the flow of traffic in the room, how you move around the room, and whether there is space to move around the furniture easily. Make sure there is a focal point – a TV, window, fireplace, mantlepiece, etc. Arrange the furniture around the focal point. To avoid overcrowding, and to ensure the room has balance, spread the furniture evenly throughout the room. Use an area rug to define the seating area and create an anchor in the living room. Add coffee tables and side tables around the seating arrangement with functionality in mind.

  • Where is furniture made from?

    Furniture can be made from a multitude of materials, driven by design, aesthetics, durability, and quality. Furniture is mostly used from the following: wood, plastic, glass, metal, leather, fabrics, bamboo, marble, and rattan. 

  • What furniture is usually in a living room?

    The living room is often the centre of a home, it’s where we relax, unwind, and socialise. Living room furniture then needs to be comfortable, look good, and be functional. A living room will typically include a sofa, armchairs, a coffee table, side tables, a media unit for the TV, an ottoman, and storage units or bookshelves.