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The wait is finally over! Today is the first day of Isaloni, the main exhibition of Milan Design Week! The doors have just opened, and we have some pictures for you. Every year, we try to impress you with our new interior designs, and this year is no exception; read on to learn more.
If you’re in Milan for the Isaloni interior design fair, stop by and say hello; we’re in Hall 3, Stand G24, and we’d love to meet you! This year, we have some new products on display for the first time, as well as new fabrics with amazing patterns that will captivate you.
This year, the Home’Society stand will be shared by our three brands: BRABBU, which has exquisite furniture, Maison Valentina, which has everything you need for your bathroom, and Rug’Society, which has amazing rugs for every room of your home, including the bathroom! This display is the ideal way to demonstrate the power of our brands in complementing one another, providing you with a complete solution to decorate your home!
We have some special novelties on display in the living room for the first time! As soon as you walk in, you’ll notice the Fitzroy Sofa in royal blue, which adds a unique look to the space. The Luray Center Table, that complements the banana-shaped sofa perfectly, and the Lallan Console, which is being released at Isaloni!
Mount Fitz Roy, a mountain in Patagonia named after Robert FitzRoy, the captain of the ship that transported Charles Darwin on his journey around the world, inspired the FITZROY Sofa. This curved sofa is fully upholstered in cotton velvet and has a matte casted brass base. Its back is inspired by the outstanding mountain shape. The FITZROY Modern Corner Sofa will bring a natural element to any living room set.
The Bourbon Dining Chair, with its back upholstered in one of the new fabrics, is the dining room’s focal point! This new fabric transforms a classic dining chair into a one-of-a-kind item that will pique anyone’s interest!
The House of Bourbon was a French dynasty known for its splendour and class. The BOURBON Dining Chair‘s button-tufted inner back and ash with walnut stain legs exemplify this grandeur. This velvet chair will look great in any sophisticated dining room.
Maison Valentina is emphasizing the Symphony Collection this year. The Symphony Collection is inspired by church organ tubes and violin curves.
Like all Maison Valentina designs, the Symphony Collection is handcrafted by skilled artisans who specialize in everything from metalwork to woodcarving. A ring of polished brass tubes encircles an exotic wood structure. This collection ensures glamour and comfort in a modern bathroom.
Maison Valentina created this wonderful bathtub to recreate the unique symphonies that all of us experience when we relax. The gold-plated brass tubes stand out in this oval-shaped design, lending it an elegant yet luxurious appearance. The tub is finished in white enamel, which gives it a clean appearance that is ideal for any luxury bathroom project.
Rug’Society’s starting point for each design is a strong connotation to the eclectic style and the goal of transmitting emotions, while staying up to date with the latest trends, to create unique, exclusive, and premium design products.
Each product is run by skilled artisans who are passionate about handcrafted and bespoke carpets and rugs. Working with the most prestigious artisans, carrying these arts on their hands like a family legacy and years of experience.
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