The first three-quarters of the twentieth century are often seen as the march towards Modernism.
The earliest surviving carpet, the Pazyryk Carpet was discovered in a frozen tomb in Siberia and has been dated between the 6th and 3rd century BC.
A range of unique stone furniture has been excavated in Skara Brae, a Neolithic village in Orkney, Scotland.
The site dates from 3100–2500 BC and due to a shortage of wood in Orkney, the people of Skara Brae were forced to build with stone, a readily available material that could be worked easily and turned into items for use within the household.
These companies manufacture couches, sofas, armchairs, coffee tables, armoires, wardrobes, and anything you could use to furnish your living room, bedrooms, and homes.
While some of the best furniture items are not "brands" - but individually-made designer furniture - consumers can still buy great furniture products at stores produced by mainstream manufacturers.
The first surviving extant furniture is in the homes of Skara Brae in Scotland, and includes cupboards, dressers and beds all constructed from stone.