31 Free furniture models in FBX and OBJ
For furniture models that are not in Blenders native file format, you should always try to find resources that you can easily import to your projects. Among all formats available you will find that Blender works better with FBX and OBJ files. You will be able to import those models with no bigger issues to any project in Blender.
If you are producing assets 3D projects and want to make them “universal” the best option is to use either one of those formats. That was what an artist called “LuckyFox” when he created several furniture models for use with Corona Render.
The 31 models are available at the Corona Render forums and have a clear purpose to work with that renderer.
Besides having all the assets in a format such as MAX he also made the files available in both FBX and OBJ. You can download the furniture models and use them with Eevee and Cycles in Blender 2.8.
All files are in a shared folder from the artist's Google Drive. If you want to copy the files I recommend you to get them as soon as possible, because they could go offline at any moment.
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