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Kitchen trends are moving from boring, conventional styles to more modern, contemporary looks.
Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) October 08, 2012
DefySupply’s new kitchen and dining furniture line is trading bland, muted tones for more adventurous styles. With an increased interest in bright pops of colors and sleek, modern designs, DefySupply, an online discount furniture store, recently launched the most up-to-date pieces for modern kitchen decor that won’t break the bank.
Previously, kitchen decor has taken a more traditional approach with functionality surpassing style. DefySupply has combined both style and utility in its most recent line of kitchen and dining furniture. The online furniture store has a wide selection of modern glass and marble dining tables. Dining tables that use modern materials, like tempered glass or marble, are a sleek alternative to traditional wooden tables.
DefySupply also launched a wide range of seating options to fulfill the latest trends and offer an unexpected burst of color. From modern bar stools to colorful dining chairs, DefySupply’s dining chairs are perfect for offsetting a simple, yet modern, dining table.
“Many people don’t think they can afford the latest trends, but that’s not true. DefySupply aims to provide the most up-to-date design trends at a fraction of competitors’ costs,” say Brent Gensler, CEO of DefySupply.
The kitchen is an integral part of any home. With affordable prices on modern design trends, it shouldn’t be treated as an afterthought when decorating.
DefySupply, headquartered in Minneapolis, is a bridge allowing everyday consumers to buy directly from the world's top manufacturers at a fraction of the cost. Check out DefySupply reviews to read what customers are saying and learn more about the company. Follow DefySupply on Twitter for daily updates.
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