Shades of Red: A Luxury Living Room That Exhudes Passion
Covet House brings you the concept of a luxury living room with shades of red, where every detail, from the furniture to the decor, is carefully curated to create an inviting and opulent ambiance. A curated living room like this is a reflection of your personality, an embodiment of your design sensibilities, and a testament to your commitment to creating a harmonious and inviting home.
Wales Sofa was designed to provide the same feeling of protection: a burgundy velvet sofa, with a curvy back and arms, a base in aged brass, and polished golden nails. Some of the most impressive monuments of the Middle Ages, the medieval castles, can be found in Wales, often called the “Land of Castles”. These private fortified residences were both offensive and defensive structures that provided control of the area immediately surrounding them. Designed to create a complete look for your living room, Wales Sofa will be the comfortable fortress of your space.
Supernova Chandelier was born from the cataclysmic explosion of a massive star. The instant of a bright starburst that was suspended into a fascinating lighting design. Supernovas can briefly outshine entire galaxies and radiate more energy than our sun will in its entire lifetime. The suspended brass particles of Supernova Chandelier will offer you a timeless, brightest, and magnificent setting.
Monet Center Table features contrasting shapes and materials, as the unconventional compositions of the artist. The contemporary coffee table is supported by a geometric acrylic base, allowing it to capture natural light. Depicting nature in an innovative way, the Water Lillies series are gently brought to life on an elegant coffee table with a gold surface made from cast brass with a unique textured finish. An immersive exceptional object, the Monet Center Table is perfect for cutting-edge living rooms.
Cyrus Wall Lamp is made of gold-plated brass. This exquisite wall lamp casts a soft golden glow, giving a twist to any modern interior design. Inspired by the freedom and the vast culture of the Persian civilization, the name Cyrus comes from the Persian king who conquered Babylonia.