Furniture is uncountable, so you say "A piece of furniture" but where do I put the qualifier?
Which one of those sentences is correct:
This is a piece of self-assembly furniture
This is a self-assembly piece of furniture
This is self-assembly furniture
I find it easier with "an important piece of information" vs "a piece of important information", which both seem correct to me (with slight nuances), but "self-assembly furniture" seems less flexible to me.
"Self-assembly" seem to be a problem, so what is the correct way to use a qualifier if it's "beautiful", "ancient" or "well-designed"?
I feel like both "a beautiful piece of furniture" and "a piece of ancient furniture" are correct, an I wrong? (tell me if I'm getting to far from the original question, it's hard to tell if it's related or not from my point of view)