American furniture design has nothing to be proud of. It does not have the innovation of the Bauhaus in Germany, the origin of the Italian Renaissance, and the fine craft traditions of Spain and Denmark. However, in this uncultivated furniture design land, Americans have worked hard for more than half a century to see the splendid fruit. This is the "American Dream of Furniture Design." American furniture design experienced "modernism" and "postmodernism" after the Second World War. In the late 1980s, the "art furniture movement" began to prevail, boldly abandoning tradition in style and fully demonstrating individuality. After the 1990s, furniture with free expressiveness began to become fashionable. The simple elements of color, structure and line were full of creative light in the design of furniture, and formed a unique American aesthetic under the influence of conceptual art. The United States is a major furniture producer and the largest consumer of furniture. The items made of natural materials such as solid wood, cotton, and hemp make people feel like they are returning to the embrace of nature. Therefore, American furniture that is natural, comfortable, and warm and casual is becoming more and more popular.