Cristina Celestino was born in 1980 in Pordenone. In 2005, after graduating from the School of Architecture at IUAV University of Venice, she worked with prestigious design studios, focusing on interior architecture and design. In 2009 she moved to Milan, founding two years later her brand Attico Design. In […]
An Open And Art Deco Living Room is here! This stunning living space gives admirers of contemporary design the right sense of nature. That is how we would characterize the modern new project for Caffe Latte and Covet House, created by Greek designer Maggie K. The ideal complement to statement art works, whether they are more traditional or contemporary, is the fresh and energizing tones of the hottest seasons of the year.
These two spaces have been integrated into one, and the overwhelming presence of Caffe Latte highlights the notion of comfort and utility that should be present throughout a home by way of neutral and natural furnishings. The allure of nature merges with the notion of introducing the outside in a delicate and priceless way.
The Siphon Modular Sofa, the largest and main furniture piece in this space, is a haven of tranquility where the entire family may congregate for relaxing and delightful afternoons. Additionally enhancing comfort are the Minas Big Center Table‘s rich authenticity and marble essence and the Sugar Rug‘s gentle terrazzo feelings.
If the living room represents relaxation and leisure, the key message in the corners is organization, maintaining the sublime union of art and nature. On the one hand, the Shield Oval Mirror by Maison Valentina presents itself in all its glory and sumptuousness, while the Boma Sideboard, with its several divisions and compartments, is the pioneer of smart storage techniques. Cubic Sconce Big by Boca do Lobo is a real statement piece in the wall light sector and an exquisite continuation of the outdoors spirit. It is more minimalist but still useful.
The Caffeine Bookcase, which is the pinnacle of functionality and neutrality on the other side, is joined by the Panna Chair, a japandi style treasure because of its graceful, wooden curves, in what would be a tiny but distinctive workplace. The Aroma Console and Winnow Table Lamp, which are strategically placed in the centre of the space, are stylish and recognizable, demonstrating that understatement is the essence of sophistication. They mark the start of a new journey that will take us to a reading nook, where the Marco Armchair from Essential Home and Tamper Side Table from Caffe Latte form a classy pair that is rather alluring and vivid. Sequoia Side Table from Brabbu and Panna Chair, in a double dose, prove to be the right company of coziness and elegance if you wish to entertain more people or just for a more personal meet.
Spring is coming, and nothing better than being with those we love the most in a refreshing and comfy ambiance filled with good vibes. Life is art, so make it beautiful.