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Milan Design Agenda will introduce you one more iSaloni 2015 preview: As you already know, Lema’s identity and philosophy is of extreme attention to product quality, once that this company’s strong tradition of craftsmanship is reflected in every project and every single piece of furniture.
Lema will be at Milan Design Week 2015, at iSaloni’s Hall 7/Stand B15-C24. Once again Milan Design Agenda hopes to have one more opportunity to see at Lema’s products at the stand, one its partners, DelightFULL… just because we and our readers simply love it.
Here you have 5 top Lema’s products that you don’t want to miss in their Bed Collection. Enjoy!
Soft and rounded shapes for a comfortable bed with sinuous lines. Available with fabric or in the most luxurious leather variant.
Double bed with upholstered frame covered in leather or fabric. The design is embellished with a contrasting blanket stitch detail that emphasizes the forms.
The rigor of the forms contrasts harmoniously with the rich stuffing, the quilted headboard reminds bed of the past and the base has aluminum foot mounted.
The archetype of the wooden bed, made ironic and modern by the inclined headboard. Available in all Lema color trend colors for a fresh and colorful bedroom, in wood for more traditional environments.
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