We bring you seven decorative items that could become your favorites in 2020.
Ames Cielo armchair by Sebastian Herkner
The Cielo family of chairs just got bigger with this new high or low back lounge chair. It is lightweight, stackable, suitable for indoor or outdoor use, and comes in six color combinations. The powder-coated steel tube frame is made in a small factory in Bogotá, Colombia, while the seat and back are hand-woven from recycled plastic ropes according to the known traditional art of braiding. under the name of “mom”.
Petite Friture Francis Table by Constance Guisset
The Mirrored Coffee Table is a new take on one of Petite Friture’s iconic mirrors, but now removed from the wall and laid flat to form a top producing endless reflections and attached to a metal base. Guisset hand painted a new range of blue and purple and blue and yellow watercolors, which were then digitally manipulated to achieve the desired effect of several semi-transparent tinted coats that were printed onto the mirror and protected by water. Laminated glass.
Vitra rafter vessels by Raw-Edges
Part of the designer duo’s ongoing experimentation with dyeing, the series of ceramic bowls and vases were made by dipping the objects in a colorful glaze to create a pattern based on their shape, weight and immersion angle. As the dyeing is done entirely by hand, each item is unique.
Cassina Cotone sofa by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec
The distinctive and minimalist structure of the extruded aluminum sofa available in four shades – gray-blue, red, champagne or graphite – contrasts with the soft padding of its cushions to offer a comfortable and enveloping nest. Choose between a modular version with a low backrest or a two or three-seater sofa with an enveloping high backrest, as well as a wide choice of leather or fabric coverings, including a new velvet collection.
Baxter Selene base cabinet by Hagit Pincovici
The elegant sideboard with beautiful glossy blue, mud, gray or green lacquered surfaces features a circular stone door with striking variations of Italian marble, legs and decorative inserts in satin brass and interior shelves in tempered glass.
SICIS Amaretto armchair by Massimiliano Raggi
Specialists in the art of mosaic, SICIS has succeeded in transferring this craftsmanship to precious and original textiles, making the patterns and textures of the tesserae visible on soft and supple materials with a three-dimensional effect. Named after the Italian amaretto pastries, the armchair with a structure in solid wood and plywood and a metal ring and feet is customizable in a wide range of these exquisite coverings in silk, wool, cotton, linen, lurex or leather, with optional padding in the rear seat.
Seletti Cupolone Lamp by Studio AMeBE
Faithful replica of the dome of St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican, this resin pendant lamp blending craftsmanship and technology by Alessandra Mantovani and Eleonora Barbareschi honors an important symbol of Italian Renaissance architecture and the wealth of Italy. story. Customers can opt for an all-white version or an anthracite variant with a gold finish on the interior surface.