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Welcome to a new space of opulence and sophistication, where Caffe Latte and Covet House come together once again, this time in the form of a living room. Designed by Badr Ghali, this room brings a strong reference to the Arab world, which smoothly and carefully reconciles the classic universe with the modern one through a refined and accurate aesthetic, bathed in gold and bronze tones.
Flanking the entire room, we can feel all the comfort and elegance provided by two iconic pieces from Boca do Lobo, belonging to the Soleil family. Both armchair and sofa are the perfect examples of applying and elevating the modern classic style. These have, as fundamental supports, Vinicius Side Table, by Essential Home, a clear mid-century inspiration, without forgetting great lighting models, such as Apache Table Lamp, from Brabbu, wrapped in an eclectic combination of walnut, yellow and gray tones, and the neutral Simone Wall Lamp, by Delightfull, which covers the entire room in a very functional way.
In the center, we have the most contemporary appeal, with the guarantee of well-being and functionality at home, in which Antigua Coffee Table, from Caffe Latte, is its great statement piece, whose base is rich in a clean and fluffy texture, through the subtle Oslo Rug, by Rug’Society. The Empire Suspension Lamp, from Luxxu, is the main piece of lighting in this room. Made in crystal glass, it is totally geared towards luxury and ostentation, which are further enhanced by the plaster and ceramic coating that covers all the walls, including the ceiling. Note also the sculptures carved in plaster, which serve as a gateway to a unique and revitalizing ambiance, that bets everything on the sumptuousness and harmony between tones and pieces.
Caffe Latte and Covet House, together with Badr Ghali, are in another incredible partnership that will bring brightness and splendor to the eyes of those who do not dispense the comfort and irreverence in a space.
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