The Top 7 Home Decoration Objects Of The Season


We bring you seven decorative objects that just might become your firm favorites in 2020.

Ames Cielo Lounge Chair by Sebastian Herkner

The Cielo chair family has just expanded with this new lounger featuring a high or low backrest. It’s light, stackable, suitable for indoor or outdoor use and comes in six color schemes. The powder-coated tubular steel frame is made in a small factory in Bogotá, Colombia, while the seat and back are handwoven from recycled plastic cords according to the traditional braiding art known as “momposino”.

Petite Friture Francis Table by Constance Guisset

The mirror-coffee table is a new take on one of Petite Friture’s iconic mirrors, but now removed from the wall and laid down flat to form a tabletop producing endless reflections and attached to a metal base. Guisset hand-painted a new range of blue and violet and blue and yellow watercolors, which were then digitally manipulated to arrive at the desired effect of multiple, semi-transparent, tinted layers that were printed onto the mirror and protected by laminated glass.

Vitra Herringbone Vessels by Raw-Edges

Part of the design duo’s ongoing experimentation with dye, the series of ceramic bowls and vases were fabricated by dipping the objects in a colored glaze to create a pattern based on their shape and weight and the immersion angle. As the dyeing process is performed entirely by hand, each item is a unique piece.

Cassina Cotone Sofa by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec 

The sofa’s distinctive, minimalist frame in extruded aluminum available in four shades – gray-blue, red, champagne or graphite – contrasts with the soft padding of its cushions to offer a comfortable, enveloping nest. Choose from a modular version with a low backrest or a two- or three-seater sofa with an embracing high back, as well as a wide-ranging selection of leather or fabric upholstery, including a new velvet collection.

Baxter Selene Low Cabinet by Hagit Pincovici

The elegant sideboard with beautiful blue, mud, gray or green shiny lacquered surfaces features a circular stone door in striking Italian marble variations, satin-finished brass legs and decorative inserts, and tempered glass inner shelves.

SICIS Amaretto Armchair by Massimiliano Raggi

Specialists of mosaic art, SICIS has succeeded in transferring this craft onto precious, original textiles, making visible the patterns and textures of tesserae on soft, flexible materials to three-dimensional effect. Named after Italian amaretto-flavored pastries, the armchair with a solid timber and plywood frame and metal ring and feet is customizable in a wide range of these exquisite coverings in silk, wool, cotton, linen, lurex or leather, with optional quilting on the seatback.

Seletti Cupolone Lamp by Studio AMeBE

A faithful replica of the cupola of St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican, this suspension lamp in resin mixing craftsmanship and technology by Alessandra Mantovani and Eleonora Barbareschi honor an important symbol of Italian Renaissance architecture and the richness of history. Clients may opt for an all-over white version or an anthracite variant with a golden finish on the inner surface.


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