With an imposing and unexpected structure, the sofa’s frame becomes the highlight of the living room and defines it with a bold graphical style. It’s no coincidence that everything nearby chooses sleek geometries, references to modern art, and earthy and discrete colors which warm up the atmosphere without stealing the scene.
Those lucky enough to have a pool know that you don’t need lots of furniture to turn it into a true haven of relaxation, but just the right pieces. First and foremost, you need to choose durable, water-resistant, easily movable outdoor furniture which is ready to adhere to our movements.
The name is an homage to the traditional radiator; however, its material is aluminum, lighter, recyclable and high-performing. In a sneak peek for the Salone del Mobile 2022, this radiator takes a cue from the past and reinterprets a retro look with refinement and high performance.
In addition to offering high-quality coffee, Lavazza can now provide us with a cold cup of water with a revolutionary system of the new Star Tap water dispenser from the group‘s brand Nims. At first sight it looks like a simple coffee machine and, in fact, this compact appliance does take little space; however, it contains state-of-the-art technology to provide us with cold still or sparkling water in just seconds.
For even more contemporary appeal, Marazzi is introducing a new format in the Lume collection with 6x24 cm tiles in four brand-new bright colors: Off White, Beige, Pink, Turquoise, Forest China get added to the already-existing White, Black, Green, Blue, Musk and Greige.
With teak furniture, wide seating, white cushions and clean and timeless lines, the living room moves outdoors and dusts off the aesthetic canons of outdoor furniture in order to create a relaxing and classic atmosphere.
The warmth of the first rays of suns and the longer days are an explicit invitation to treat yourself to an outdoor break. In the end, all you really need is a chair to enjoy a coffee on the balcony, organize a quick lunch under the porch, get lost in the pages of a book on a springtime Sunday, or make a toast at sundown on the terrace.