December is the best time to renew your furniture, in fact it’s time to forget the summer and plunge into the warm atmosphere of winter. Where to start in order to give a new lift to the rooms of your home?
Our proposal is a living area with a contemporary designer touch by Moroso: morbid styles and a palette of soft colours will welcome you in a cosy but lively environment.
Moroso is one of the leaders of made in Italy design furniture. Quality and originality blend together to give life to a facinating collection, not only from an aesthetic aspect but also from a sustainable design one.
By Patricia Urquiola, Spring sofa is the latest entry in the family of Springfield upholstery. This sofa comes from a concept of solid, well defined pieces placed near each other yet separate.
The collection also offers a wide choice of modular elements to create suitable seating for every type of space. The Spring sofa in the picture is covered in sky blue removable fabric and is made up of three modular elements for a total length of 285 cm.
First pioneers revisited with a touch of irony. This seat blends the quality of Italian craftsmanship with the Nordic flair for wooden furniture.
Its flowing forms welcome the body offering total comfort. The distinctive feature of Klara is the armrest which is completely detached from the rest of the structure. The armchair in the picture has a natural durmast structure with violet fabric covering.
Nanook, in Inuit means “polar bear”, and is a coffee table that stands out. Its creator, the designer Philippe Bestenheider, created a furniture collection entirely inspired by molecular geometry: chairs, coffee tables and armchairs in eccentric and unusual designs.
The Nanook coffee table has a steel sheet top and tubular base, the version in the picture is in gold high gloss. It is also possible to combine more tables to create a composition, or place one on top of the other forming a structure with two levels.
Phoenix Coffee Table
Last but not least, the soft flowing forms of the two Phoenix coffee tables complete the living area. These tables, designed by Patricia Urquiola, enliven a space thanks to their informal and systematic style. The base is in natural durmast with a sand grey Laminam top.
The Phoenix collection offers the possibility of choosing between two different heights: a few centimeters of difference makes it possible to slide one under the other to create an elegant composition.
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