For over 20 years, Pantone’s Color of the Year has influenced product development and purchasing decisions in multiple industries, including interior design. The color for 2020 is Classic Blue and now we’re revealing 5 furniture pieces that will rule your home decor for the upcoming year. Whatever you do, make it trendy!
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The Inca Empire was a remarkable civilization known for its brilliantly weaved and colored clothes. The Inca armchair took inspiration from this compelling culture. Upholstered in cotton velvet and with legs in ebony wood veneer with a glossy varnish, this mid-century modern accent chair will stand beautifully in a living room set.
A demonstration of imagination, strong design skills and combined exceptional craftsmanship, the Monochrome console table is a remarkable piece that stands out in any room or setting. It expresses a leading edge outlook though it’s distinct shape and color. Available in purple and blue.
Surma is a panethnicity residing in South Sudan and southwestern Ethiopia – they have a fierce culture that includes stick fighting, called Donga. This brings great prestige to men and they are very competitive and fearless about a dangerous injury. Inspired by these powerful battles and brave warriors, the Surma rug is born, brave and strong, in hand-knotted dyed wool, bringing strength to your space.
Hand-painted-tiles have gained a privileged place in architecture throughout the centuries. Portugal has adopted them as no other country has and, in order to honor the Portuguese hand-painted tiles, the Heritage sideboard was created. This piece presents a different number of layers, where each one tells a different story.
The Mansfield armchair combines the retro velvet touch with the 60’s sleek lines. It is an accent barrel chair atop a sophisticated swivel polished brass base. Its iconic low-slung and crescent shape make it a vintage icon for anyone who’s into contemporary design.