Smart Working at Home

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Smart working at home: how to furnish the office space at home.

molteni home office collection

Due also to the health emergency from corona virus the concept of office work has completely changed. The work of the new millennium is smart and mainly “from home”. The advantage is time management: in order to achieve the required goals or deadlines we can modulate it independently, the risk is that we never disconnect.

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Create a cozy environment.

In this new context, the boundaries between work and private life seem increasingly blurred and balancing needs is not always easy. It is advisable to create a small working corner all for us, even if you live in a small apartment, where you can arrange your working day in a harmonious way.

knoll albini desk

Get the look:  Albini desk

In today’s modern homes, an environment specifically dedicated to smart working, like a real studio, is a bit obsolete. Hence the need to set up a space inside the living room or even in a bedroom, with versatile and very elegant solutions. Let’s see some examples.

miniforms jumbo desk

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Get the look:  Jumbo desk

Avoid office furniture.

One very important thing: no desks and office chairs or cold materials, which remind us of the rigidity and formality of the workplace. The smart working  corner should be pleasant, welcoming and reflect our personality and tastes. So even a simple footstool could be used as a chair…

poliform concorde desk

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A very important element is the lighting.

If your office corner is illuminated by natural light, this is sure to be a great luxury. Sunlight makes everything more relaxing not only for the spirit, but also for the view.

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But in the evening or on dark days it is important to have a good source of artificial light at your disposal; for this you will need to choose the most suitable desk lamp.

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Finally, don’t forget the comfort!

If, as in this period, you are forced to work from home for many hours, choose ergonomic, enveloping armchairs, perhaps even with a high backrest that allows the spine to remain straight.

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sancal casta armchair

Get the look:  Casta armchair

If the office corner is used for a short time, just for the time to take a look at the email, socials or quickly arrange some documents, you can bet much more on aesthetics than comfort.

sancal collar chair

Get the look:  Collar chair

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If you liked our blog post “Smart Working at Home”, have also a look at The Smart Evolution of Common Areas Furnishing

 

 

 

 

Living Room and Open Space Kitchen

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Living room and open space kitchen: what is the most suitable finish for the furniture?

sancal magnum stool

Do you like the idea of having living room and kitchen together in one place? Some interesting ideas from which to take inspiration to furnish your living room and open space kitchen.

sancal midori stool

Get the look:  Midori stool

When opting for an open space environment, you also have to decide between two alternatives with regard to furniture: choosing the same furniture for both environments or different ones?

sancal collar chair

Get the look: Collar chair

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sancal pion table

Get the look:  Silla40 chair

In recent years, manufacturers have begun to create truly interesting proposals for a unique style, suitable for both large spaces – to be enhanced by colour contrasts between floors, walls and furniture – and smaller ones, where perhaps a predominance of light colours can help to increase brightness.

sancal tonella sofa

Get the look:  Tonella sofa

In today’s houses, often very small, especially in the city, combining living room and kitchen can be a necessity as well as a trend: the result is a living area where the actual working area and the typical elements of the living area such as cupboards, bookcases and equipped walls coexist.

sancal tortuga armchair

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Get the look:  Tortuga armchair

Opting for the uniformity of the furniture, the modular elements that furnish the kitchen extend with the same finishes and the same colors to the living room, creating a pleasant common thread. You can also give a touch of liveliness to the environment by choosing some colorful furniture, with an original shape.

sancal mini tortuga armchair

Get the look:  Mini Tortuga armchair

By combining kitchen, living room and dining room you certainly gain more space and above all more light. In addition, family relationships also change. Nowadays it is almost unthinkable to have in an apartment with less than 80 sqm a kitchen divided from the living room. So let’s give life to our inventiveness and imagination!

sancal magnum armchair

Get the look:  Magnum armchair

If you liked our article “Living room and open space kitchen” have also a look at The Smart Evolution of Common Areas Furnishing

Mediterranean Decor Style

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Mediterranean decor style: when the light has a great influence on our feeling for colours, warmth of materials and attention to details.

viccarbe maarten table

Get the look:  Maarten table

Mediterranean decor style means to create unique spaces thanks to warm and timeless pieces, perfect for integrating well into many different environments (home, office, meeting rooms, hotels, restaurants, cafés, airports, schools, universities or libraries).

viccarbe season armchair

Get the look:  Season armchair

viccarbe aleta stool

Opt for sustainability which means furniture that will stay with us for the longest time possible. Furniture we won’t want to throw out. Consequently, the concept of environmental sustainability becomes very important from the furniture’s conception, right through its design until the end of its useful life cycle. Buy sensibly and consume no more than necessary. Quality ahead of quantity.

eco friendly furniture

 

viccarbe quadra chair

Get the look:  Quadra chair

In marvellous Mediterranean cities the sun shines 300 days per year; so walls are painted in white colour, sofas and armchairs are upholstered in pastel or neutral colours fabric, tables and chairs are made of light wood.

viccarbe nagi armchair

Get the look:  Nagi armchair

viccarbe aleta chair

One of the key points of the Mediterranean style is to furnish without weighing it down. Furniture and accessories must be able to find space without overfilling the rooms. The impact of natural light in the living room is crucial.
If there are large windows in the room, light and light curtains will allow the sun’s rays to filter into the room.

viccarbe fedele armchair

Get the look:  Fedele armchair

 

 

viccarbe step sofa

Get the look:  Step sofa

 

If you liked our blog post “Mediterranean decor Style”, read also Future Trends in Interior Design

 

Future Trends in Interior Design

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Future trends in interior design: follow your own taste with an attentive look at outgoing trends.

sancal roll chair

Get inspired: the new Sancal Roll chair presented at  Imm Cologne 2020

Every year, new products arrive from the most renowned trade fairs and exhibitions. They come to arouse the desire to revisit the domestic environment. But what are the best advice to furnish your home in the near future?!

sancal la isla sofa

Get the look:  La Isla sofa

The first rule is: tailor-made. Your home must be furnished mainly according to your tastes, available space and existing furniture and not according to the fashion of the moment, from which, in any case, you can take some inspiration.

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Here are some trends for the year 2020 to decor your home;
trends that you can customize according to your idea of style and needs.
Experts recommend to choose fabrics upholsteries in dark and deep, relaxing shades, such as the Classic Blue that is the Pantone colour of 2020. The Classic Blue is perfect for the decoration of living rooms and bedrooms as it is able to give a touch of depth to the space, as well as giving a sense of serenity and rest to the eye.

classic blue pantone 2020

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Opt for natural and ecofriendly materials such as wood and furniture with simple but well cared for lines. Don’t miss also some colorful accessories, maybe with an original and extravagant shape that gives a touch of color and liveliness to the environment.

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sancal nudo table

Get the look:  Nudo Basic table

Also abundant with mirrors in all the rooms, as long as they are large and design and therefore do not “age” the environment.
Always choose colourful carpets in patterns and geometries in warm shades that make you want to walk barefoot.

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miniforms mirrors img 1

nanimarquina digit rug

Get the look:  Digit 1 rug

nanimarquina do-lo-rez rug

Get the look:  Do-lo-rez rug

Bright colours also in the kitchen and new vegetable motifs that already appeal to the younger generations who are increasingly opting for solutions in harmony with nature.

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Did you like our article “Future trends in interior design”? Have also a look at New trends 2020: fitted carpet

 

 

New trends 2020: fitted carpet

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You can breathe the 70s in the latest trends, so let’s welcome back the fitted carpet!

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All other materials, such as wallpaper, have been brought back into vogue in recent years by many designers. Now it’s time for fitted carpet, which will be the new home furnishing trend of the year 2020. And there are many signs of this return. Perhaps due to the velvet coverings so present in the proposals of recent years.

 

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A return that has little of what we were used to. A recovery that, as often happens, is a consequence of the new technical possibilities that allow to give a new life to a material, which in the case of fitted carpet, can be said to be entirely reinvented. Because the new 3D printing solutions offer yields and thicknesses that were not possible before and that bring us closer to the manufacture of long-haired carpets. Then it is up to designers and decorators to find original colours, new textures or imagine new applications.

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One is to use this coating also on the walls and ceiling, not just on the floor, creating a sense of soft and fluid continuity. And during the week of the Salone del Mobile in Milan, among the stands of the fair, it was easy to meet spaces that used fitted carpet mainly as a technical solution, perhaps to soundproof an environment, but with good examples of decorative applications.

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You can tell by the colours, the surfaces that give back that very refined material sensation. Obviously these are applications that at the moment are mainly suggested for public spaces, but these choices are also moving into the residential sector with very satisfactory results.

If you liked our blog post “New trends 2020: fitted carpet” have also a look at Complements That Favour Relaxation In The Bedroom and visit our beautiful furniture shop Lomuarredi

 

 

 

The Trendiest Poufs

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The trendiest poufs: the must-have accessory for the new season!

sancal chat pouf

The pouf is the must-have accessory of the new season, for your living room area of course. Multifunctional, practical and contemporary, once inside the walls of the house is fun the perfect location to make room for the new tenant. Often the pouf is placed next to the rug, on which it creates a new support point useful both as an extra seat and as a low table.

sancal elephant pouf

We have identified six special irresistible shapes and sizes, which with the right colours and perfect materials will make your interiors even more welcoming! Here are 6 trendy poufs that you can’t do without anymore!

1) Elephant Pouf

Elephant Pouf Sancal, designed by Estudio Nadadora, is a collection of modern poufs particulary suitable for the decoration of public areas. The design is simple and is characterized by geometric squares and rectangles that have had their edges rounded to give a slightly more welcoming feel. Fun and versatile, they can fit into any setting: as a seat at the foot of a bed, a stool in a chic café or as small islands in a hotel reception. Elephant Pouf Sancal is available in two sizes and in three different versions, also with a wooden tray.
The feet are available in two finishes: copper or graphite. The tray is in slatted oak in a wide a choice of stains. The upholstery is fixed.

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2 Tonella Pouf

The Tonella pouf Sancal, designed by Studio Note is the new entry in the Tonella’s family. It was presented for the first time at the Salone del Mobile 2019 in Milan where it was possible to admire the two new models of poufs which can be well combined with the other Tonella members: the sofa, the two armchairs and the stool. The seat is plane and contrast against the outer area’s quilting, which follows the lines of the “staves”. The metal support is available in two different finishings: bronze or nacar. The Tonella pouf by Sancal is available in a wide range of upholsteries in order to satisfy all user’s tastes.

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3 Chat Pouf

Chat Sancal, designed by Estudio Nadadora, takes part of a collection composed by a stool and a pouf. The Chat pouf can be ordered in a wide variety of upholstery: lycra, cotton, wool, leather or synthetic leather.

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4 Diamond Pouf

Diamond Pouf 1 Sixinch designed by Pieter Jamart for Sixinch is a versatile pouf with an original and modern design that is suitable for bedrooms, bars, libraries or living rooms. It is characterized by the diamond pattern that gives a touch of elegancy to the environment. It is made of a special polyurethane foam produced in Belgium. Thanks to this high resistant material Diamond Pouf 1 Sixinch is suitable also for outdoors. It’s possible to choose among a wide selection of vibrant colours.

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5 Meeting Point Pouf

Meeting Point pouf Sancal, designed by Luca Nichetto was presented for the first time at the Salone del Mobile 2019 in Milan. Meeting Point takes part of Turati Collection an represents a pouf system which also integrates tables. The circle is the dominant shape, representing the station’s hole-like windows that open onto galleries and platforms. Upholstered seats with a diameter of 60 or 90 centimetres are accompanied by round wooden or metal tables of different sizes and finishes. The thin steel legs, coated in textured black epoxy, create an illusion of levitation, as if the seats and tables are suspended in mid-air. The metal table tops are available in textured black or a gold finish while the ash tables are available in all the colours of Sancal’s chart. The seats can be upholstered in a wide range of elegant fabrics or leathers. The Meeting Point pouf by Sancal is perfect for the decoration of several spaces: homes, offices, halls, public spaces…

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6 Party Pouf

Party Pouf Sancal represents a revolutionary concept in soft seating. Designed by Luis Eslava Studio it’s a piece that can be reconfigured in the blink of an eye and that can be used for the decoration of domestic or professional spaces. The Party pouf can be upholstered in fabric or synthetic leather in a wide choice of colours, with removable covers. It is not available in leather.

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These are the trendiest poufs for this season! If you liked our article let’s also read Back to Vintage Style

Back to Vintage Style

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Back to Vintage. The style that is coming back in fashion to save the environment, the wallet and regain the quality of the past.

knoll wassily chair

 

Vintage style has never really gone out of fashion. Many have been and still are  the lovers of this lifestyle, which in this period, more than ever, seems to have become a necessity. There are many reasons: economic crisis, environmental crisis, nostalgia for the quality with which objects were built in the past … The vintage mania has spread to all fields: clothing, home furnishings, travel, publishing, art and music…

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But how is this full of charm style affecting interior design?

Decorating a house in a vintage style means surrounding yourself with personality, character, imperfections and charm. It is not necessary to randomly fill the house with lots of vintage objects or furniture, instead it is enough to choose carefully some pieces to be able to completely transform an environment creating an impressive visual impact.

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Get the look:  Wassily Chairs

 

emeco navy chairs

Get the look:  1006 Navy Chair

sancal tonella armchair

Get the look:  Tonella Armchairs

It is advisable to start with small objects or a single piece of iconic design furniture that expresses all that there is to express. Don’t be afraid, in any case, to mix styles or colours (this is the beauty of interior design)… But without exaggerating!

sancal silencio armchair

Get the look:  Silencio Armchair

driade hoff bed

Get the look:  Virgo Bookcase

driade hoff sofa

Get the look:  Hoff Sofa

Another secret to giving a touch of vintage style to an environment is to mix objects or/and furniture with neutral colors. Neutral colors have the ability to highlight the “imperfections” and the “lived-in” aspect of vintage.

shabby chic style

shabby chic decor

sixinch louis II armchair

Get the look:  Louis II Armchair

These are our tips for incorporating the vintage style into your beautiful home. If you liked our article “Back to Vintage” have also a look at The Minimalist Style

 

 

 

The Minimalist Style

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The minimalist style. That’s how your home has to look to be truly minimalist.

wogg roya armchair

Minimalism is considered the purest expression of modern aesthetics; it entered our homes at the end of the last century as a manifesto of intentions, making the cleanliness and simplicity of its forms the rejection of a lifestyle dominated by the values of consumerism and emptiness appear. However, once the image of bare austerity that had characterized it in the nineties has been overcome, Minimalism changes, becomes softer and warmer, generating welcoming environments made of light and harmony.

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When the Minimalist style was born:

The expression “minimalism” spread in artistic contexts during the sixties, but its roots lie in the European cultural climate of the early twenties. Immediately after the First World War, indeed, in a climate of change and desire to overcome past experiences, Minimalism sees the light as an ideological movement even before as an aesthetic expression. Its origin is closely linked to the birth of the Modern Movement and Functionalism which, starting in 1919, were developed in the Bauhaus, a school founded in Germany by W. Gropius and which has become the most important forge of thought and experimentation in the fields of art, design and architecture. Minimalism contrasts with the historicism that had already emerged in art and architecture at the end of the 18th century. Through the elimination of ornamentation, considered useless and the legacy of an outdated culture, we want to enhance the beauty of what surrounds us. By eliminating what is superfluous, materials and forms are enhanced, there is no longer room for individualistic artifices and an essential, simple, universal design that is comprehensible to all is achieved. Its peculiarity is an aesthetic made of clean lines, flat surfaces, pure geometries and natural materials.

knoll wassily chair

Product in the picture:  Wassily Chair

Why the Minimalist style is so popular:

Minimalism continues to be successful thanks to the universality of its principles. In an age marked by excesses, frenetic rhythms, artificial images overloaded with colours and details, the minimalist house marks the space of order, balance and serenity. The use of natural materials, first and foremost wood and stone, the use of a few colours – with a preference for white to maximise the diffusion of light – the simple geometries of the square and rectangle and, finally, the renunciation of objects that are not considered essential to everyday life, make up relaxed, intimate environments, where one can find oneself and take refuge from external chaos.

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Let’s discover now how to give life to the house of our dreams:

The Living Room

Minimalist style doesn’t mean monastic life. Renouncing the superfluous in order to enhance the function of everything must, however, give rise to comfortable and welcoming environments, which invite you to rest and release well-being. The space in the photo conveys all this: a rigorous environment with clean, clean lines, no frills, yet warm and inviting thanks to the generously cushioned sofas.

sancal tecno sofa

Get the look:  Tecno Sofa Nomada Armchair

sancal air sofa

Get the look:  Air Sofa

The Dining Room

Here are other excellent examples of how minimalism and the home intimacy can coexist in perfect symbiosis. The dining area of these houses has been stripped of all frills: nothing disturbs the eye, nothing distracts from the function. And yet, if you look closely, there is nothing missing that could limit its use, nothing that would affect its practicality.
At the same time, the feeling we have is of an intimate and welcoming environment, far from the cold image that often accompanies the idea of minimalism.

wogg alfredo table

Get the look:  Alfredo Table

sancal vichy table

Get the look:  Vichy Table Tea Chair  Casta Armchair

The Studio

The studio is the home space where calm and order cannot be lacking, regardless of a life inspired by the principles of Minimalism. The need for balance, the need to withdraw into an introspective and reflective dimension impose the choice of a few, highly studied elements: a table, a chair and a lamp. Here, more than elsewhere, the lines become clean, the materials authentic, the basic colours suggest concentration.

wogg roya stackable chair

Get the look:  Roya Stackable Chair

wogg eichenberger table

Get the look:  Eichenberger Table

The Bedroom

The bedroom is the real test  for those who want to try their hand at a minimalist lifestyle. In this environment, indeed, it is easy to lose sight of the rigor that leads to peace and balance. The minimalist bedroom is therefore sober, with sheets that are strictly white or, at most, grey. And the same can be said of the walls. The only colors allowed to interrupt the whiteness of the linen are those of wood or concrete, strictly natural.

wogg roya armchair

Get the look:  Roya Armchair

sancal nap bed

Get the look:  Nap Bed

If you liked our article “The Minimalist Style”, have a look at The Bauhaus and Knoll World

 

 

 

 

 

Decorating a Small Living Room with Style

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Decorating a small living room with style. Our best tips for a small and cozy living room.

sancal talo

Houses and apartments are getting smaller and smaller. In large cities, square metres are being drastically reduced and, as a result, the number of rooms available is also being reduced. In this context, the living room is often sacrificed and combined with the kitchen at the risk of losing welcome and even style. Let’s see then some tips for decorating a small living room with style!

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Multipurpose decoration

It’s the must for every season, indeed furniture and decorative objects have different functions. This not only saves space, but you can also change the decoration every time you get tired without your pocket suffering. For example poufs which can be turned into little benches or low stools which can be turned into coffee tables.

sancal elephant

Product in the picture:  Elephant Pouf

sancal tab

Product in the picture:  Tab Stool

Another possibility is to buy a TV cabinet that incorporates drawers or shelves, so you can use it as a space saver. As for accessories, there are glass glasses that serve as vases, candle holders or ice buckets. If you have a wicker basket, you can use it to store blankets, pillows, magazines or anything else that comes to mind.

miniforms edge

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Product in the pictures:  Edge Cabinet

Choose small but comfortable sofas

The huge sofas with multiple seats occupy an entire corner of the room, if not more. Even an L-shaped sofa is a nuisance for small spaces: it recharges the room too much and leaves no room for other things. One or even two small coloured sofas will be a winning choice!

sancal party

Product in the picture:  Party Sofa

sancal barnaby

Product in the picture:  Barnaby Sofa

A great way to use the space is to combine the sofa with one or more poufs so that it acts as an extra place that you can move from one room to another in case of need.

sancal chat

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Products in the pictures:  Chat Pouf

Light, neutral and pastel colours

Light colours,  in pastel and neutral tones give a sense of spaciousness and luminosity. They represent a safe bet for a small living room. If you want to give a touch of more vivid color, take advantage of fabrics and accessories such as cushions, lampshades, blankets or carpets and place them in strategic points of the room. This way, you won’t overload the space and break with the monotony.

sancal copla

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Products in the pictures:  Copla Sofa Copla Armchair

Playing with lighting

In a small living room, lighting is your best ally. If your room is provided with windows, take advantage of the natural light that comes in and do not use shutters or dark curtains. Also, do not put large furniture in front of the windows.

sancal rew

Product in the picture:  Rew Sofa

sancal float

Product in the picture:  Float Sofa

For what concerns the artificial light, it’s always better to avoid putting extravagant ceiling lamps that make your living room smaller. Use table lamps or floor lamps at strategic points, such as next to the sofa or on a coffee table, so that everything is in harmony and space remains free in the center of the room.

sancal obi

Product in the picture:  Obi Sofa

sancal tonella

Product in the picture:  Tonella Sofa

Central and side coffee tables

Coffee tables and side tables are of great help in the case of small living rooms: they can serve as a small central table or be placed on the sides of the sofa to rest things.

sancal dumbbell

Product in the picture:  Dumbbell Side Table

sancal tortuga

Product in the picture:  Tortuga Side Table

sancal la isla

Product in the picture:  La Isla Coffee Table

Bookcases to exploit the heights

For a small living room, order and cleanliness are essential. Also verticality. The more shelves or vertical furniture you use, the more space you have. As small as a living room, playing with heights is very useful to get the most out of the floor space, especially in long rooms where there is more chance that any furniture, floor plan or accessory will stay in the middle of the room.

la chance climb

Product in the picture:  Climb Bookcase

sixinch crash

Product in the picture:  Crash Bookcase

wogg shelf tower

Product in the picture:  Shelf Tower Bookcase

 

If you like our article “Decorating a Small Living Room with Style” let’s have a look at Furnishing in the style of the 50’s

 

 

 

Furnishing in the style of the 50’s.

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Furnishing in the style of the 50’s: a style that is still trendy.

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Would you like to add a touch of the 50’s style to your living room or dining room? That’s so easy! The 50s style is a welcoming, very refined and elegant style that never goes out of fashion. Characterized by clean and essential lines it is very easy to combine with other styles and can adapt to almost any type of environment.

knoll saarinen

Get the style:  Saarinen Table

To give life to the 50s style in your living room or dining room just add a few elements that recreate the atmosphere of that period. One or more pieces of furniture made from the finest materials, a square-shaped sofa or coloured upholstered armchairs with rounded backs that liven up the room, neutral coloured floors and walls painted in elegant pastel colours are some ideas that could help you to give your home a touch of 50s.

Living room style ideas

The furniture of the 50s is the furniture of the post-war period, a period of rebirth and enthusiasm for the entire world, indeed the colours used are lively and cheerful, almost to underline the general happiness.
The 50’s American-inspired furniture is the well know style coming the famous television series Happy Days or Grease. So, let’s play with colours and shapes!

sancal sumo

Get the style:  Sumo Sofa

sancal obi

Get the style: Obi Sofa

sancal rew

Get the style:  Rew Sofa

porada kosmo

Get the style:  Kosmo Console

sancal magnum

Get the style:  Magnum Armchair

Dining room style ideas

The 50’s style is perfectly suited both to an open space where the dining room and living room just create a very big room, and to a situation where the dining room is separated from the living area. The modular bookcases and design cabinets can be very useful to create continuity between the two environments.

poliform concorde

Get the style:  Concorde Table

viccarbe aleta

Get the style: Aleta Chair

miniforms edge

Get the style:  Edge Cabinet

bonaldo note

Get the style:  Note Bookcase

miniforms matassa

Get the style:  Matassa Bookcase

Rugs style ideas

On the ground, in a uniform and almost always neutral colouring, it is possible to insert large designer rugs, handmade in gradation with the other furnishings, in such a way as not to compromise the visual impact and harmony of the environment.

nanimarquina gravitacion

Get the style:  Gravitacion Rug

nanimarquina mano

Get the style:  Mano Rug

nanimarquina medina 1 rug

Get the style:  Medina 1 Rug

nanimarquina luna

Get the style:  Luna Rug

nanimarquina estambul

Get the style:  Estambul Rug

If you like “Furnishing in the style of the 50’s” discover how to combine different colours in your home in Hygge Design blog: How Color Can Revolutionize Your Home