Want a stylish way to relax your room? Today’s asymmetric furniture and unbalanced silhouettes deliver lively interest and a shot of informality to any space. 

Asymmetrical Furniture

Axis Origin 2-Rod Linear Suspension, starting at $3,100, Hammerton Studio.
Asymmetrical Furniture

Marble Cubist Side Table by Thomas Pheasant for Baker, $6,297, LMK Interior Design.
Asymmetrical Furniture

Crossing Trio Cocktail Table by McGuire, to the trade, Curate to the Trade.

Sectional by A. Rudin, to the trade, John Brooks Inc..

Piet Tri-Color Trays, $459 and $499, San Francisco Design, SLC and Park City.
Asymmetrical Furniture

Floyd Dining Table, $3,246, Glass House, SLC.

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Brad Mee
Brad Mee is the Editor-in-Chief of Utah Style & Design Magazine.