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Have a look at the new furniture collections by Momenti
Apr
21
Have a look at the new furniture collections by Momenti


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Momenti was one of the brands that brought in a lot of novelties to see during the Salone del Mobile 2019 showcase. Today we’re letting you in on a couple of products that were present during their exhibition on this top design event.

Have a look at the new furniture collections by Momenti

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Among the novelties brought in by Momenti, there were five new fabrics: Cotton, linen, velvet, cotton gauze and a sound-absorbing fabric. These new options can dress not only the classic “upholstery” (such as sofas, pouffes, seats and headrests) but other curious objects like dresser doors, sideboards, high boards and benches as well. There’s also the WAT PROTECTION WASH special treatment that Momenti applied to the fabrics. This technique waterproofs the fibers, making them resistant to wear and stains, without affecting the tactile perception.

The graphics collection by Momenti also grew as well, thanks to the cooperation with ten artists and designers for the collections Crazy Paper and Crazy Painting. Among the decors, there are those inspired by two drawings revised by Giacomo Santucci for
BORSALINO. Both The Tree of Life and the Cardo are presented as two subjects with a deep symbolic meaning both finding a new declination in home decoration and in hotel and residential contract.


Then there’s also the Attitude collection is renewed as well, being enriched by three new front decors for the sideboards and the highboards in two new finishes: printed velvet and fibreglass with a gloss finish.

You can also check this one out: MILAN DESIGN WEEK: THE NOVELTIES FROM SOME TOP BRANDS (PART 1)

Lastly, there are the novelties from Momenti for the bathroom: the brand explored the area dedicated to self-care by proposing three new furnishing solutions covered in fiberglass and resin. Then there’s also the floor covered in printed porcelain by the Crazy Tile collection.

Momenti also presented a preview, born from the collaboration with Caimi Brevetti: we’re talking about the first collection of sound absorbing custom curtains, which are ideal for the
hospitality and entertainment world.

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