Textural Beauty: How Luxury Minimalism Transcends The Overall Aesthetic
Luxury minimalism is not about sacrificing comfort or style but rather about achieving a harmonious balance between form and function. The key lies in selecting a few statement pieces that are not only visually appealing but also serve a purpose. The aesthetic is characterized by open spaces, uncluttered surfaces, and a careful curation of elements that radiate sophistication. Stay tuned with Covet House!
Essex Sofa is inspired by metamorphosis, the transformation process from caterpillar to butterfly. This sofa is upholstered in velvet and has a base in aged brass matte that adds charisma. It will add a refined elegance to any living room set that only velvet sofas are capable of.
Monet Center Table features both contrasting shapes and materials, as the unconventional compositions of the artist. This coffee table is supported by a geometric acrylic base, allowing it to capture natural light. With a gold surface made from cast brass with a unique textured finish, the Monet Center Table is perfect for cutting-edge living rooms.
Coltrane Suspension Lamp 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.
Inspired by the elegance of neutral tones, the White Garden Rug is a square-shaped rug, which with its shades of white, is suitable for any environment. The neutral color and the reference to the geometric style in its interior make it a very elegant and classy product. A 100% handmade rug made with botanical silk that transmits comfort and a warm feeling.
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