Revamp Your Dining Room Design With Our Summer Sale Essentials
Luxury design is the art of creating peculiar, unique and unprecedented things. Even in a dining room design, where every piece must complement each other so the final result can be a stunning composition for the senses. Speaking of which, here are a few of our Summer Sale essentials that will get you halfway to a luxury dining room. Have a look!
Empire Dining Table symbolizes generations of gatherings and decisions, both in times of celebration and tension. Its cracks reflect tough times, revealing a gold interior in a manifesto towards power. Flawless and bright, the remaining surface points towards a thriving future, reminding one to toast to prosperity. Great empires take centuries to build, and those who rise after taking a fall find their true strength. It goes without saying that great decisions are taken around powerful tables among determined minds.
Robin Mirror embodies the strength and character of the noble ages, giving them a modern approach. By honoring the history of one of the best archers in English literature, this exquisite piece was given a strong visual texture through the use of handmade nails, each one unique in its finishing, size, and character. The fish-eye mirror is supported by a brass structure that turns Robin into one of the most emblematic pieces of the entire collection.
With a minimalist and industrial feeling to it, it is not, however, hard to understand where Coltrane Suspension Lamp‘s mid-century inspiration lies. Coltrane is a simple suspended ceiling light, which is handmade in steel. It features a steel cord and a magnetic disc at the top, while down below the canopy is built out of stainless steel, with a gold-plated finish. The shade is also made of steel but it is lacquered a matte gold on the outside and gold powder paint on the inside.
Boma Sideboard was inspired by the Boma Plateau, a region in the east of South Sudan, which is also one of the few places where the wild Coffea arabica grows. This breathtaking landscape serves as inspiration for the Boma Sideboard design, where the round inox aged detail protrudes from the organic pattern of the decape wood, resembling the fantastic mountain that emerges from the plains of the Boma Natural Park.