Geometric motifs and metallic colors mingle with the soft curves of some early 20th century pieces to create a strong, elegant contrast. Here is a mix and match that we adore and to which we’ve dedicated part of our new collection. What do you think?
Every time we go to China and the Far East for our projects, we return full of new ideas and inspirations. On our last trip we were enthralled by the celadon ceramics: ancient objects of art full of symbolism. Their pale green glaze with an almost grayish blue tinge captivated us to the point that we decided to try to reproduce it in our finishes and mix it with the classical forms of our Louis XV chest of drawers. What do you think?
What happens when Italian elegance and an attention to detail arrive in China? Spaces generally designed to be sleek and functional become luxurious and customized, expressing elegant, timeless moods. Here’s an example of this in a project created for a client in Thaizhou who asked us to customize the pieces and select the best decor elements to complete the ambiance and enhance the product.
This is the story of an armchair with 1920s style that has been in our catalog for some time. After years of receiving compliments from our customers and being used to decorate several houses around the world, our chair wanted more. So we decided to make it bigger, turning it into a sofa so it could become an even greater protagonist of the decor.
The best combinations of taste do not create a real style but a state of mind. It happens when you mix an original French model of 1730, made of rosewood, with motifs and elements of exotic origin. Lines have a new fluidity whilst retaining their symmetry and the elegance becomes imaginative. Here you do not enter in a room but in a charming far away place where you can discover a new luxury comfort.