Milan Design Week has made its return. Marcel Wanders MILAN DESIGN WEEK 2022

After two years, the famous Milan Design Week has made its return. Marcel Wanders studio had the honour to introduce new, bold and unique designs in collaboration with FENDI CasaFLOSUp To You AnthologyFIAMNatuzziDevon&Devon and Sahrai.

Designs by the studio were also to be seen at MoooiQeeboo, and Objets Nomades exhibition by Louis Vuitton.

Marcel Wanders studio’s first collection for FENDI Casa subtly translates signature design elements found in the FENDI fashion archives into an elegant interior setting. By adapting a metaphysical approach in the creation of these pieces, inspiration was drawn from Italian heritage, embracing its rich art, culture and craftsmanship using locally sourced glass, stone and textiles. This extensive collection consists of two mirrors, dining table, arm and lounge chairs, bed, sofa, as well as a sub-collection of lamps, exquisitely crafted with Murano glass.

The studio also proudly presented its newest creation for FLOS, Skynest. By weaving filaments of light, this unique lamp seamlessly combines both elegance and innovation.

Delicate textile tubes, integrated with LED lights, reminiscent of thread, are woven throughout the design of the lamp; creating a unique element of surprise, which challenges the bulb lighting archetype. This beautifully innovative lamp is available in four different colourways and in various models including Pendant, Ceiling, Wall and Ceiling to Floor variants.

“We are poets, secretly engineering” – Marcel Wanders, Creative Director, Marcel Wanders studio on Skynest Marcel Wanders studio also launched two new handbags in collaboration with Up To You Anthology: New Classic and Bouquet. This innovative brand creates unique designer bags originated from the creative energy of the most visionary talents in Architecture, Design and Art worldwide, and handcrafted by the best Italian artisans.

The Cristaline dining table designed for FIAM exemplifies subtle beauty and grace by experimenting with the unique technology of melting and forming glass, to create an intricate surface pattern which illustrates geometry and nature through a complex floral pattern translated to an elegant dining table.

Marcel Wanders studio celebrated the launch of its fourth collaboration with Natuzzi. Presenting the Adam collection, with a focus represented by the Adam sofa, born from the desire to integrate sustainable materials with a timeless design inspired by Puglia. Part of the Adam collection are also a dining table and coffee tables made from wood, giving a natural and handcrafted appearance to complete a luxury interior setting.

“We designed this collection not only to reflect on the Puglia region’s natural elements and rich artisanal history, but to give the Natuzzi sofa a second life” – Gabriele Chiave, Creative Director, Marcel Wanders studio The Secret Gardens collection designed for Devon&Devon was created with a holistic and poetic creative approach.

 

Individual elements are all dressed in a seamlessly flowing design and, when placed together, create remarkably immersive settings that produce dreamlike spaces. The first collection in collaboration with the brand consists of wallpapers and small and large ceramic decor slabs (all available in an array of different shades and patterns), a vanity table, three mirrors and a range of ceramic accessories.

“Devon&Devon collection aims to seamlessly connect the words between surfaces and objects, creating a magical illusion of being in a dream made of flowers and nature”. – Gabriele Chiave, Creative Director, Marcel Wanders studio

The limited edition Kaleido of Life Collection for Sahrai, includes three finely handknotted rugs in natural silk and wool. In this collection, Marcel Wanders studio had the freedom to design on a large scale artwork to create impressively massive textile pieces. The rugs are inspired by the natural elements: air (Lush), water (Allure) and earth (Charm). Each of the three elements is depicted through a computerized graphic creativity, which plays with the sensuality of natural forms.

About Marcel Wanders studio

Marcel Wanders studio is a leading product and interior design studio located in the creative capital of Amsterdam. The studio has over 1,900+ iconic product and interior design experiences all around the globe for private clients and premium brands such as Alessi, Amsterdam Airport, Audi, Baccarat, Bisazza, Christofle, Kosé Corporation/ Decorté, Flos, KLM, Hyatt Hotels Corporation, LH&E Group, Louis Vuitton, Miramar Group, Morgans Hotel Group among scores of others.

Under Marcel Wanders and Gabriele Chiave’s creative leadership and direction, Marcel Wanders studio employs 40 design and communication experts. In an environment where everyone perceives, breathes and lives creativity across a multitude of projects from in-flight tableware to art direction to hospitality interiors.

Marcel Wanders studio’s 30 years of design are celebrated in some of the most renowned art and

design museums, including Centre Pompidou FR; Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, US; Metropolitan Museum of Art, US; Museum of Arts and Design, New York, US; Museum of Modern Art, US; Pinakotheke der Moderne, Munich, DE; Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, NL; Oita Prefectural Art Museum, JP among others.

Regarded by many as an anomaly in the design world, Marcel Wanders studio has made its mission to “create an environment of love, live with passion and make our most exciting dreams come true.” The studio’s work excites, provokes, and polarises, but never fails to surprise for its ingenuity, daring and singular quest to uplift the human spirit, and entertain.

The studio’s chief concern is to bring the human touch back to design, ushering in a ‘new age of design’, in which designer, craftsperson and user are reunited. In this process, Marcel Wanders studio defies design dogma, preferring instead to focus on holistic solutions rather than the technocratic. In this universe, the coldness of industrialism is replaced instead by the poetry, fantasy and romance of different ages, vividly brought to life in the contemporary moment. www.marcelwanders.com

Minotti 2022 Hospitality Vision – Waterrock Boutique Hotel and Villas Video

Minotti’s hospitality vision is increasingly evolving in terms of its design and stylistic language, giving shape, as every year, to a new and exclusive virtual project. 2022 sees the arrival of “Waterrock Boutique Hotel and Villas”, a concept that interprets the current trends of contemporary living in the residential and high-end hospitality sectors.

The new project is ideally located in a natural Mediterranean setting, lying on a coastal hilly area and offering panoramic sea views; a fascinating location designed to act as a new backdrop and maximise the dialogue between indoor and outdoor spaces and between furnishing pieces and architecture, values at the heart of the 2022 Collection.

The architectural style and materials used are closely linked to the spirit of the new collection, in absolute harmony with the mood proposed last year, in the sophisticated contrast between exposed concrete and satin-finish steel, scratched wood, lacquers and mirrored surfaces.

The spaces on offer combine the elements of the history of architecture ranging from Rationalism to Mid-Century American taste through to Brutalism, to give shape to picturesque atmospheres, the same ones that distinguish the style and identity of the brand in different contexts.

The main building in the complex is the Waterrock Boutique Hotel, home to three different areas dedicated to conviviality: the Ishi Bar, the Mizu spa and the Oleander Grill restaurant, spaces whose names refer to the Orient and its elegant and minimal atmospheres.

The lounge of the boutique hotel is animated by two different seating systems, both designed by Rodolfo Dordoni: Twiggy, which stands out thanks to its rigorous geometric shapes and the sophisticated sartorial flavour of tone-on-tone stitching, and Goodman which, available in various configurations, has compact, comfortable volumes capable of adapting to the space and needs of the individual living there.

The indoor environments of the Ishi Bar, on the other hand, see the alternation of areas dedicated to conviviality with the Twiggy seating system with informal dining areas with the Sendai lounge little armchairs, combined with the Oliver lounge tables, recreating a harmonious, enveloping atmosphere that extends to open spaces, set up with the elegant simplicity of the Yoko Cord Outdoor designed by Inoda+Sveje seats and the Patio Teak modular seating system by GamFratesi.

Suspended between inside and outside, the relaxation area at the Mizu spa is furnished with pieces that reaffirm the flexibility and transversal nature of Minotti furnishings, such as the Horizonte indoor seating system by Marcio Kogan / studio mk27 and the Patio system accompanied by the Belt Cord Outdoor seats, perfect for creating an atmosphere of welcoming intimacy in the poolside area. In the adjacent one, dedicated to relaxation, the Florida seating system not only furnishes but also defines the paths of the open-air space.

Large panoramic windows and perforated concrete partitions allow a glimpse of the landscape and its light, while the alternation of steel and lacquered surfaces in bright colours bring to mind a reinterpretation of contemporary, helping to create dynamic contrasts that become architecture.

In the Oleander Grill, the atmosphere is consistent with the Minotti language, capable of enhancing the projects and the different stylistic and cultural identities of the designers behind the collection. In this environment, the dining areas, both indoor and outdoor, are punctuated by relaxation islands in a continuous back and forth, with no interruptions, between inside and outside, between areas for conversation, work and hospitality.

Inside, the Lars and Sendai sofas alternate with the Linha Fina tables and the Yoko dining little armchairs, while the outside with the Bellagio tables and the Belt Cord Outdoor armchairs is instead characterised by the bright colours of the outdoor fabrics, inspired by nature and perfectly in harmony with the open-air space that hosts them.

The Waterrock Boutique Hotel is flanked by three different types of villas immersed in the landscape – Lotus Tree, Maple Tree and Cherry Tree – buildings differing in size, but united by the ability to accommodate the pieces from the 2022 Collection to best express the mood and eclecticism of the furnishings in different contexts.

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For over 40 years, Studio D’Interni has been an important point of reference for design: from sales to the design of furniture from the best brands.

From the historic headquarters of Castiglion Fibocchi, Studio D’Interni has over time associated its name with many of the most prestigious Italian and international furniture and design brands. Today we will show you a little sneak peek of this magnifique Italian Best Interior Designer showroom. Enjoy it!

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About Studio d’Interni Beltrami e Galassi Showrrom

The corporate philosophy of Studio D’Interni ensures that every environment is a sort of universe for those who choose it to be modelled according to tastes and needs. This is visible right from the quality of the displays inside our store, designed to create environments that “have the soul of those who lives there”.

Studio d'Interni Beltrami e Galassi living room
Studio d'Interni Beltrami e Galassi living room

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This Coleccionista can be placed against a wall or it can serve as a separator division. The drawers have double-sided in the order you can decorate both divisions, as well as to ensure the functionality of this piece of furniture.

Studio d'Interni Beltrami e Galassi bedroom
Studio d'Interni Beltrami e Galassi bedroom

Choice of elements and materials, creativity, cutting-edge solutions, and maximum attention to the customer, are the qualities you will find at Studio D’Interni.

Studio d'Interni Beltrami e Galassi closet

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Our team puts all its experience at your service. We select furnishings and accessories from the best Italian and international brands, and we look for solutions that make your spaces, be they home or an office, truly special, reflecting your personality to the maximum.

Studio d'Interni Beltrami e Galassi living room

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 Born from master artisans and the ancient technique of polished cast brass, these statement design pieces incorporate nature-inspired design with industrious welding techniques, being manually assembled, making each piece unique.

Studio d'Interni Beltrami e Galassi kitchen
Studio d'Interni Beltrami e Galassi living room

Furthermore, thanks to the help partners, you will not have to think about anything, as we will provide the elements you have chosen, taking care of both the design and assembly.

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Studio d'Interni Beltrami e Galassi bedroom

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Furthermore, if you are a professional, such as a Designer or Architect, they also provide our design consultancy to obtain the result you are looking for.

Studio d'Interni Beltrami e Galassi kitchen
Studio d'Interni Beltrami e Galassi living room
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Imperfectio Modular Sofa is composed of a linear L-shaped sofa paired with an upholstered ottoman. The solid wood structure is enveloped by irregular polished brass, founded on elegant slim brass feet. 

Studio d'Interni Beltrami e Galassi living room

Studio d’Interni Beltrami e Galassi showroom at Via G. Fracassi, 1 in Castiglion Fibocchi (AR) is waiting for you to show you the latest in furniture and design.

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New York, it’s a world of possibilities. The city that doesn’t sleep has space for incredible architecture and multiple cultural spaces that influence its aesthetics. If you can be whatever you want in this magic city, your home will be whatever you want, too. Today, Inspiration And Ideas bring you the best furniture pieces for your luxury New York home with some Interior Designers’ inspirations!

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Let’s Get Inspired!

Amy Aidinis Hirsch Interior Design

luxury living room with bright tones and a blue pop of colour with amazing furniture pieces
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Amy Aidinis Hirsch has been creating one-of-a-kind homes for the most discerning clientele. With expert skills in all aspects of interior design and a unique proven process, her thoughtful design solutions have landed her projects across the country. She has left a luxurious mark on the homes she’s crafted with each client’s individual lifestyle in mind.

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Empire Poplar Root Center Table

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Beth Krupa Interiors

luxury living room with neutral tones in furniture pieces and a pop of colour with a purple armchair
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Beth Krupa Interiors is a national award-winning Interior Design firm. Combining vast international exposure, more than 20 years of sociological design and expertise with impeccable integrity to provide creative design solutions with amazing furniture pieces!

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Imperfectio Modular Sofa

luxury grey sofa with gold details

Carol Flanagan Interior Design

Carol has been creating timelessly beautiful interiors for her clients for the past twenty years. With a focus on colour, texture and space, her designs are distinctly elegant, yet simple, accomplishing her goal of enhancing her client’s everyday lives.

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Empire Dining Table

luxury dining table with gold details

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Cooper Interiors

Pam Cooper, the owner, has a style that is described as “effortlessly elegant”. This particularly living room full with neutral tones and a pop of colour with these amazing furniture pieces such as the armchairs it’s a catch, right?

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Hera Round III Suspension Lamp

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Douglas Graneto Design

Douglas Graneto is the principal of Douglas Graneto Design, a boutique design company founded in 2006. The firm specializes in both residential and commercial comissions, as well as custom-created products and furnishings.

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Lapiaz Center Table

luxury center table with gold details

Lehman Creative Studio

Everyone deserves the opportunity to walk into a space that is designed specifically for them. At Lehmann Creative Studio, the best interior designers work with a wide range of residential and commercial clients to bring their unique style to life.

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Aquarius Center Table

luxury center table made of glass and gold details

Stay With Us To Discover The Most Amazing Furniture Pieces For Your Luxury Home!

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Innovative designs with natural stones at Casa Decor 2022

Marble, granite and quartzite are materials chosen by a good number of professionals at Casa Decor 2022 to give a unique touch to their spaces. Capable of transforming any room in the house into a personal and stylish environment, natural stones have become an essential material in the world of interior design, not only for covering floors and walls or making countertops, but also for shaping pieces with great personality and beauty.

This year, moreover, committed to the #CasaDecorSustainable campaign,  initiated at  Casa Decor 2020  to promote sustainability, the majority of participating companies are taking part in the Exhibition with a wide range of products produced with organic, renewable, recyclable and biodisposable raw materials, as well as as with recycled materials, without losing its decorative appeal. Here we present some of the designs that are setting trends.

MarbleSpain, warmth and beauty

A multitude of projects in collaboration with hundreds of architects, interior designers and decorators have made the members of Stone Capture by Marmolspain, infallible  “advisors in natural stone” . In this edition of Casa Decor, several participating professionals have found in the stones of this Spanish firm an excellent point of support to give that special touch in the decoration of their spaces.

The Casa Decor “New Eclipse” Auditorium , designed by Miriam Alía for the Technogym firm, was born with the idea of ​​projecting a different sensitivity and returning to essential and intrinsic needs: the energy of the sun and our well-being. To achieve that tranquility in the space, the designer has chosen a palette of warm tones among her materials, so the Miele Onyx from MarmolSpain used in the presentation table makes this a very special piece in keeping with the tones of the space.

For the firm Ron Matusalem on its 150th anniversary, Marta Sánchez Zornoza has created a sensory project that takes us to the Caribbean. In this space, the natural stone of MarmolSpain has become the main element, chosen by the decorator in shades of tan, green and white that evoke liquor, the sea and light. Using the Ungravity Sistem cutting technique , a system that allows thicknesses of between 6 and 12 mm to be obtained, reducing the weight of the stone for its application on walls and furniture, with the Purple Vulcano and Red Onyx models, the bench, tasting tables and the walls and ceiling. While, the Pakistan Green Onyxand the backlit White Onyx , shine on the bottle racks and the counter, respectively.

Cupa Stone, sustainable and ecological

For Cupa Stone, Casa Decor 2022 will be its fifth consecutive participation. As in previous editions, the materials of this expert company in natural stone is present with its products that, based on a noble and ecological material such as natural stone, have become benchmarks in the broad sector of interior design. This year, the brand shows unique and innovative materials from its catalog in two Exhibition Spaces.

The interior designers Meritxell Ribé and Josep Puigdoménech, creative directors at  The Room Studio,  have created a multipurpose space  that can perfectly be located in  a hotel hall,   in a  private home  or in a  public place. This multipurpose space creates a perfect balance between the modernity of its design and the elegance of the Cupa Stone natural stone. From the Calacatta Viola of the countertop, through the floor in Caliza Blanco Paloma, to the wall in Caliza Campaspero, natural stone helps to create a unique and aesthetically matchless space.

The Bang & Olufsen “Home Cinema” Space, designed by Cristina Remírez and Jerome Le Fouillé of Disak Studio , is inspired by the exclusivity of details, like the interior of a high-end car, where the fusion between noble materials , such as leather, wood and natural stone, among others, reflect quality and comfort”. The timeless, sophisticated and elegant style of the space can be seen in the countertop of the wine cellar, made of Iron Red granite in a spectacular shade of red with black and white veining.

Marble Sun, dreamlike textures

Fran Casinello , at the head of the Mandalay studio, has designed the Flamme Rouge suite, which is pure emotion. Without following any trend, they offer us an impressive, daring and timeless space, full of pure lines contrasted with very powerful organic touches. At the back of the space, a  daytime bathroom area has been created, in which a pair of Indra Onix washbasins have been placed, from the exclusive Infinity series in a Mirror finish,superimposed on the back, also in onyx. Its pattern of lights and shadows, the result of its translucent composition, make this material the cornerstone of the design. The pure and crystalline white of this backlit onyx, with an almost dreamlike texture, provides a touch of elegance and distinction to the space.

Cristina Espejo and Marta Goyanes have created a large bathroom designed as a space to spend many moments dedicated to our physical and emotional well-being. In the washbasin area, a piece of furniture designed for Strohm has been placed, in matte nickel-effect sheet metal and a stone countertop, by Mármoles Sol, which contrasts with the dark wood niches.

Levantina, large format natural stone

For more than a decade Levantina has been making its exclusive products available to the professionals who participate in Casa Decor to help them create unique, welcoming and impressive settings. Floors, walls, countertops, tables and decorative objects made with natural stone and the large-format Techlam porcelain tile.

In the COAATM space  The technical architect and the art of dissecting,  César Ávila Rodríguez , from CA Interiorismo, has created a calm bathroom with great visual power that allows one to see the artisanal and manual part of the various layers of the construction process. In this space,  Levantina has been responsible for covering the bathroom with an elegant floor and a wide skirting board in Staccato natural stone , one of Naturamia’s new proposals,  whose veins and patterns offer a prominent presence in the space.

The Bao Proyectos team has been in charge of creating the Oplontis kitchen for the firm Asko, an elegant and minimalist space, in which the central island stands out, for which the Syrah countertop , from the Naturamia collection , has been chosen. Gray, brown, ocher and reddish tones give life to the oxidized and industrial aesthetic characteristic of this quartzite that combines the typical colors of corten steel with the beauty of a rocky and natural landscape, merging with the space in perfect harmony.

« Living the future », the space created by  Simona Garufi for the Thermomix firm  , is a living room with a futuristic kitchen, which looks like the interior of a spaceship. To cover the floor of this futuristic environment, the interior designer has chosen the luminous and timeless  Crystallo, which recalls the delicate appearance of marble. It is a Techlam porcelain tile with a white surface traversed by imperfect and delicate curved lines, which transports the visitor to the surface of a planet.

Nasrid spaces, elegance and naturalness

This firm from Granada stands out for working with materials as was done in past centuries, according to ancient craft techniques, with which it manages to capture the beauty and showiness of materials from other times. It is also a form of ecological construction, with walls, floors and ceilings that breathe freely, in harmony with the environment, free of plastics and polluting chemical agents.

A marvelous Mediterranean limestone floor extends throughout the Technogym Space, designed by Miriam Alía. It is an asymmetrical exploded view , in perfect harmony with the marked deconstructivist trend that Miriam Alía has imagined in the design process of the Casa Decor 2002 Auditorium.

“InspiraciOHM 180º” is the space that Strohm Teka presents at Casa Decor 2022, by the interior design studio Espejo & Goyanes. The vaulted area for the shower moment has a spectacular geometric floor with limestone cutting, produced by Espacios Nazaríes, which is completed with a handmade skirting board with an old “Rojo Torcal” marble.

Cuellar Stone, natural stone in 3D

This leading company in 3D stone projects and products comes to Casa Decor for the first time to show the infinite possibilities that natural stone and compact surfaces offer in the world of interior design. Its innovative application in furniture, organic murals and design elements is raising great expectations among visitors to our Exhibition.

“A dream experience”, is the hotel suite designed by Estudio   Muher as a corner of experiences through sensations, twists and textures found in nature. In the bathroom area, the shower made entirely of white Macael marble stands out, showing its different applications and textures. This material has been used both for the cladding, in a honed finish, and for the shower tray, in a sandblasted finish. Also in the cladding, a decorative relief in the form of a flower stands out, giving the space uniqueness and exclusivity.

​With the modular and versatile furniture from the firm Tegar Mobel, the Madrid interior designer Jose Lara recreates ” Tegar Urban Stay “, a complete apartment in just  24 m2. Looking for design and functionality, on the wall facing the social area of ​​the apartment stands out a textured limestone cladding that houses the television, providing elegance and practicality to the environment.

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Miapetra, convex sinks

With its unique and unrepeatable designs, this Segovian firm, which is characterized by the innovation of its sinks made of natural stone, has been part of our Exhibition since the Casa Decor 2019 edition.

At Casa Decor 2022, he collaborates on the public toilets on the ground floor, “A roman bath” designed by Somos2Studio. Its new De he ZYL Convex models preside over the washbasin area, with a unique design characterized by its simple and elegant lines, which does not go unnoticed by visitors to the Exhibition. With this new model, the relationship of respect and care for nature as well as for the traditions and craftsmanship that characterize this firm are reflected even more intensely, if possible.

Japan: Courts and Culture: The Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace

This exhibition explores British royal encounters with Japan over a period of 350 years.

From samurai armour sent to James I in 1613, to a Coronation gift for HM The Queen in 1953, Japanese treasures have reached the British Court through trade, travel and treaties.

Each object on display reflects materials and techniques particular to Japan. Uniquely, many were commissioned or presented by the Japanese Imperial Family. Together, they reveal the ceremonial, diplomatic and artistic exchange linking the two courts of East and West.

… an exquisite, intricate, truly diverting parade of treasures ★★★★

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The Royal Collection holds some of the most significant examples of Japanese art and design in the western world. For the first time, highlights from this outstanding collection are brought together to tell the story of 300 years of diplomatic, artistic and cultural exchange between the British and Japanese royal and imperial families. The exhibition includes rare pieces of porcelain and lacquer, samurai armour, embroidered screens and diplomatic gifts from the reigns of James I to Her Majesty The Queen. Together, they offer a unique insight into the worlds of ritual, honour and artistry linking the courts and cultures of Britain and Japan.

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Description

This splendid and understated armour was sent to James I of England by Tokugawa Hidetada, third son of Tokugawa Ieyasu, who ruled as the second shōgun of the Tokugawa dynasty from 1605 to 1623. Some sources have suggested that the armour may once have been owned by Takeda Katsuyori (1546 – 82), a daimyō who had fought, and lost, against Tokugawa Ieyasu at the Battle of Tenmokuzan in 1582.

The armour is of the body-wrapped (dōmaru) type, which hinges around the body and fastens on the right. The ‘pumpkin-shaped’ helmet (akodanari kabuto) is signed by Iwai Yozaemon, one of the main armourers to the ruling Tokugawa family. Armours by Iwai Yozaemon in other European royal collections indicate that this was a popular diplomatic gift from the Tokugawa family, easily available from a regular and reliable source.

The helmet has a very wide, almost flat neck guard (shikoro), small turn-backs (fukikaeshi) and visor (mabizashi) decorated in gold lacquer with stylised clouds. The akodanari helmet has prominent vertical rivet lines and is lacquered black. A raised area at the back of the helmet bowl may have been designed to accommodate the chonmage, the samurai hairstyle which consisted of a shaved pate with the hair oiled and tied at the back of the head in a queue. This distinctive form of helmet was extremely popular during the Muromachi period (1392–1573) and the traditional style would have appealed to the Tokugawa family who were conservative in their tastes. The face-mask (sōmen) has a fearsome appearance, although the whiskers have possibly been trimmed over the years.

Much of the armour is laced in red and blue silk in a chequerboard pattern. The lamellae (kozane) are individual pieces of iron lacquered and laced together – a technique known as hon-kozane (‘true’ kozane), which creates a more flexible armour.

Continuing the conservative style, the shoulder guards (sode) are very large for an armour of this period. The solid iron upper areas of the cuirass () are decorated with gold lacquer dragons whose red lacquer tongues chase stylised clouds, possibly symbolising the Buddhist pearl of enlightenment, on a black lacquer ground. The rims (fukurin) and other metal fittings are of engraved and pierced shakudō and gilt-copper alloy. Interestingly, the small fittings to secure the cuirass have a discreet motif of a paulownia (kiri) leaf, an imperial symbol later adopted by the Tokugawa family. The sleeves (kote) are decorated in a similar fashion and have fine, though faded, silk with auspicious motifs and areas of iron mail. The greaves (suneate) are decorated with further stylised clouds in gold lacquer on black.

Text adapted from Japan: Courts and Culture (2020).

Provenance

Sent to James I by Shōgun Tokugawa Hidetada, 1613

This is one of the ‘two varnished armours’ given to Captain John Saris of the East India Company at Edo on 19 September 1613. Saris returned to Plymouth with the gifts in September 1614, but no account of their delivery to James I survives. The pair were almost certainly the first Japanese armours to arrive in Britain. By the mid-seventeenth century, they appear to have been separated, for only one was recorded at the Tower of London in 1660. The present armour was stored in a lacquer box in the Armoury at St James’s Palace, where it was inventoried in 1649–51 by the Commonwealth government for the posthumous sale of Charles I’s possessions. At that time, it was described as an ‘Indian Armor’ and purchased by Major Bas on 23 October 1651 for £10.

Following the Interregnum, the armour was returned to the Royal Collection, but confusion about both pieces’ provenance abounded. The armour at the Tower was for example described in 1662 as a present to Charles II ‘from the Emperor Mougul’, in India. As late as 1916, the present armour was confused with another in the Royal Armouries which had in fact been given to Philip II of Spain in 1585. At that time, it was in reality mounted on the wall of the Grand Vestibule at Windsor Castle, with other Japanese items from the Royal Collection.

Source & Photos: ROYAL COLLECTION TRUST

Living rooms and living areas at Casa Decor 2022

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We continue walking through the spaces of Casa Decor 2022. On this occasion, we want to show you the nine projects, between lounges and living areas , that the participating professionals have devised in this edition. In all of them, you will be able to see how the new trends in decoration and interior design come with groundbreaking ideas, without fear of color or innovative textures, supported by companies and firms in the sector with a vision of the future. Also, we have been able to verify how technology merges without fanfare with craftsmanship, design and art to give free rein to social environments full of comfort and personality, which adapt perfectly to our daily world.They will surprise you!

Nometri Space

On the first floor of the Goya 89 building is Rosa Mexicano,  the space designed by Ana Mª Fernández,  from  Nometri. The interior designer has been inspired by Luis Barragán  to pay homage to color , so that it is possible to feel the energy and presence of the renowned Mexican engineer and architect.

Around this exaltation of color, we find the walls decorated with pictorial works by artists such as Brenda Fridman, Leticia Mezzetta and Débora Sánchez Viqueira, as well as design pieces in the form of sculptures such as the wall radiator, by Tubes Radiatori, and the figures of porcelain that mark the stairs. Different expressions that are added in a multidisciplinary space, which serves as a living room, dining room, art gallery and study.

The dining area is especially cozy, with Momocca furniture arranged on a Kuatro Carpets rug. Here, we also find outstanding contemporary artistic representations such as the small sculpture by Pablo Pérez Ramos, on the table, and the wall sculpture, by Domus NO.4. This space also highlights a studied technical and decorative lighting project that contributes to creating a welcoming effect.

Photos: Luis Hevia for Casa Decor 2022.

Jaime Jurado Space

With a career spanning more than 20 years in the world of art and interior design, Jaime Jurado not only creates relaxed environments, but also designs and manufactures many of the pieces that bring his projects to life at Casa Decor. In collaboration with the designer  Mónica Bartolessis, this year Jaime offers us a contemporary space with a minimalist look , presided over by a large ceramic mural in which the Purple color stands out , which gives the space its name.

As a backdrop, walls covered with decorative panels by Panespol; floor and door jambs in Dekton by Cosentino, the same material used by the artist in the design of the table. Special mention deserves the balanced lighting of Megaman that makes his works stand out, as well as the elegance of the Aromas del Campo lamps that hang from the ceiling.

Photo: Nacho Uribesalazar for Casa Decor 2022.

BTicino Space by Diego Rodríguez

At Casa Decor 2022, as in the  last edition , BTicino has had the prestigious interior designer Diego Rodríguez, at the head of his studio ‘Concepto DR’, to show the latest generation mechanisms of the Italian firm in a unique atmosphere, in where design and technology converge in a perfect symbiosis.

With his usual sophisticated and eclectic style , where everything is thought out in detail, the interior designer has created a Connected Home , with the most innovative series of Living Now mechanisms, as well as the new Classe 300 EOS with Netatmo video door entry system, with integrated Alexa. BTicino’s unique design and Netatmo’s latest technology together offer us a comfortable and energy efficient connected home.

In addition, in this bright room, the Dekton coatings on the floor, walls and ceiling stand out, as well as the natural oak wood, with which an original decorative structure has been created on the ceiling. The firm Bang & Olufsen has also collaborated with the Beovision Contour television.

Photo: Felipe Scheffel for Casa Decor 2022.

Bang & Olufsen Space by Disak Studio

In this edition,  Bang & Olufsen has relied on Disak Studio to create the comfortable and elegant Home Cinema room where you can enjoy the Danish firm’s audiovisual products, including the Beovision Harmony television and the Beolab 28 column speakers.

As soon as you enter the space, before reaching the relaxation area, a piece of furniture with a marble top, by Cupa Stone,   serves as a breakfast and fast food area. An espresso machine from Modbar has been placed on it, and inside it has been installed a practical wine cellar from AEG, with bottles from   Dominio Fournier and Tanqueray No. TEN.

Among the pieces of furniture, a large sofa from the Atlanta collection, from the Alexandra Collection , stands out , a design with a three-position comfort system: sitting, relaxed and reclining. In addition, in the configuration of this space, Disak has used noble materials such as leather and wood, as well as warm textiles.

To cover the walls, Tarimatec wood has been used; Regarsa wallpaper ; and a textile lining by Misia Casamance.   They have also collaborated with Kaymanta, with a comfortable rug; Lutron, with home automation; and Orac Decor with 3D ceiling panels, as well as baseboards and cornices that  enrich the space.

Photos: Felipe Scheffel for Casa Decor 2022

Space Sinmas Studio

Match is the living room designed by Sigfrido Serra and Mateo Climent,which we can see on the third floor. A space inspired by its esteemedterreta, with a color range that refers to its traditions. A backlit decorative fireplace, made ofDektonwith blue veins, matching the base, stands out in the space. While the rear wall was covered with an elaborate ceramic mural, byNais. 

The interior designers’ proposal is an “all-in-one” capable of adapting to modern life: from reading a book in the shelter of the fireplace, to turning the living room into an improvised gym area with Technogym equipment. A subtle play of reflections from the mirrors goes perfectly with silver pieces, such as the Joquer sofa, the curtains, the foot of the side table and the wall-mounted towel rack, a new design by Tubes Radiatori. 

Photo: Lupe Clemente for Casa Decor 2022.

Querencia Studio Space

Natural materials are the main protagonists of Recuerdo, the space designed by María Querencia and Maribel López, from Estudio Querencia. The interior designers say they have been inspired by their memories to design a space that allows them to remember those moments, through the experiences of those who live in it.

Organized in two environments: a living room, with a curved architectural staircase, and a kitchen area, which is entered through an opening covered with Neolith stone, the same material that is repeated on the countertop and the sink. The sensation of visual continuity has been achieved with the microcement in the same tone that covers the floor, walls and ceiling. A large fireplace, in front of the comfortable sofa, creates a serene, warm and welcoming atmosphere. Behind the sofa, a backlit bookcase houses several pictorial works by the artist Rocío Domínguez. The Jung company has also collaborated in the space , with electrical mechanisms.

Photo: Lupe Clemente for Casa Decor 2022.

Space Studio Mo

Rastros is the name of the room thatMarta MeliánandClaudia Ribagorda, membersofStudio Mo,have designed on the fourth floor: a space inspired by the Canary Islands, volcanoes and their rock formations, the sea and its waves, wind and erosion …

The interior designers have created a simple and warm atmosphere, in which the use of natural materials such as corrugated sintered stone panels by  Lapitec are of great importance; the clay paint, by Ecoclay, as well as the light wood flooring and the natural fibers in the upholstery of the armchairs and the curtains.

Other details that make reference to the volcanic formations of the Canary archipelago also stand out in this space, such as the black natural stone, which is evident in the Miapetra washbasin and in the set of auxiliary tables that complete the decoration of this space. The mechanisms and home automation of BTcino allow the control of all the facilities of the space, as well as the lighting.

Photo: Nacho Uribesalazar for Casa Decor 2022

Marta Labrador Space

“The reminiscences of past times where the traditional architecture of the French and Madrid attic act as a common thread to give way to an attic with a poetic language of chiaroscuro in a contemporary setting”, this is how the interior designer and plastic artist Marta Labrador explains the essence of his Rhetorical Lights project .

The combination of noble wood such as oak with natural textiles, which emphasize the fondness of a past, and the combination of textiles with different geometries, gives a contemporary character to this attic, which seeks  tranquility and well-being for those who occupy it.

In the design of the space, the lighting project stands out, with the electrical mechanisms by Font Barcelona, ​​as well as the lamps, by LZF Lamps, strategically placed on the ceiling and walls, which create a spectacular play of light and shadow. Among the pieces of furniture, the Ormo’s sofa stands out, with geometric shapes. Also worthy of special attention is the designer radiator by Tubes Radiatori; textiles and household items, from Scalpers Home ; and the occasional tables scattered throughout the space, from Sankore Africa .

Photo: Felipe Scheffel for Casa Decor 2022.

Sara Torrijos Space

Architect by profession and interior designer by vocation, Sara Torrijos has started her career at Casa Decor with the Allure living room, a warm, relaxed and sophisticated atmosphere, which we can see on the fifth floor of Goya 89.

In this space, without a doubt, the excellent work carried out on the main wall stands out, built with clay bricks baked with ancient techniques, in its most sculptural and sensual version. The wall facing the brick wall was covered with mirrors to give the space greater depth. Sara has managed to recreate a serene and calm atmosphere through natural materials and organic forms, such as Ormo’s sofa, in bouclé wool, made to measure and adapted to the curved shapes of the wall.

Photo: Lupe Clemente for Casa Decor 2022.

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At Boca do Lobo, more than the creation of the ultimate luxury furniture, we take pride in embracing our Portuguese cultural heritage – and that means we take the knowledge and craftsmanship of the greatest Portuguese artisans, using ancient techniques to create something spectacular, and yet, timeless. Discover this remarkable element of Portuguese architecture, as well as the peak contemporary design in these luxury furniture pieces using hand-painted tiles, perfect for the Dubai lifestyle!

One of the key aspects of Portuguese architecture and cultural identity is the azulejo, or hand-painted tiles, which can be easily found across Portugal in different types of buildings, both inside and outside. The azulejo is a clay or ceramic plate piece, generally with a square shape decorated with colorful designs which consist, in most cases, of Moorish patterns. However, these hand-painted tiles also often portray scenes from Portuguese history, such as episodes from the Discoveries era, recollecting memories of a distant past and immortalizing Portuguese heritage.

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The process is very intricate. The drawing is made on parchment paper that is drawn with a graffiti pen and stamped with a coal pencil in the tile. The paintwork is done with water-based paint; a powder that is mixed with water to work the density. The painting process requires knowledge: not too watery and not too strong. The outline is made from the contour brush, and then the background is painted with a swath brush to highlight the piece. The hand-painted tile goes to the oven and the rest of the coal disappears. The process is complete.

Heritage Sideboard

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The Heritage Sideboard is a magnificent journey through Portuguese legacy. Covered in Azulejos, traditional hand painted tiles and one of the most representative art forms of Portuguese culture, this contemporary sideboard portrays different scenes from the country’s Discoveries era. The perfect example of hand-painted furniture.

Centuries of history are gathered in a single final panel, and each layer is enhanced by vertical mirrors on the lateral surfaces. The hint of wander through the rich legacy continues when two door open to a lined glossy gold leaf interior, and a classical ornament trim which make this luxury furniture piece distinctive in its opulence.

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A clear glass shelf can be seen on the two individual divisions of the sideboard. A statement sideboard, the Heritage can take center stage in the most elegant rooms since its back is also fully hand painted. A lengthy tradition of exclusivity to make one-of-a-kind design pieces to upgrade your luxury interior design.

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Lapiaz Tiles Console

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The Lapiaz Tiles Console is an exceptional design piece that looks magnificent in any luxury room. This contemporary console, masterfully covered by white and blue Azulejos, the traditional hand painted tiles, is the ultimate addition to your luxury interior design.

The organic feature of this luxury furniture piece is achieved through the manual fitting of the polished brass sheet, freshly cracked to show a rich golden interior.

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Inspired by authentic karst formations, the Lapiaz Tiles Console stands as a true masterpiece combining contemporary design with a tribute to traditional Portuguese architecture.

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Lapiaz Tiles Center Table

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The Lapiaz center table takes exceptional craftsmanship and design to a new realm. Boasting a rich golden interior achieved through the manual fitting of a polished brass sheet, this statement center table is masterfully covered by white and blue Azulejos, the traditional hand painted tiles.

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Finding beauty in the most unexpected places, this elegant coffee table is a true masterpiece, bringing a new contemporary verve into your contemporary interior design. This luxury furniture piece brings the finest artisanship for you to contemplate in your living room!

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D. Heritage Cabinet

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Heavily inspired in Portuguese history and culture, the Dom Heritage is a cross between two of Boca do Lobo’s most iconic design pieces, keeping the form of the Dom Manuel cabinet, with the use of the azulejo finish found on the Heritage pieces.

The Dom Heritage is a tribute to the country’s grand epoch, as well as to its traditional artisan crafts which Boca do Lobo seek to keep alive. Inspired in the classic Manueline style, this luxury furniture piece features remarkable design elements.

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The cabinet body is covered in hand painted azulejo tiles and mirrors. Its legs are made from solid mahogany, and are crafted to a traditional form, finished in high gloss brown lacquer gradient. The impact of this contemporary design piece will certainly leave no one indifferent!

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Once Upon a Time Cabinet

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A collectible design piece for art lovers, the Pixel – Once Upon a Time contemporary cabinet is a remarkable masterpiece born from the finest craftsmanship inspired by the Portuguese legacy. It belongs to a limited edition series of eight units.

This elegant bar cabinet is covered by 1090 small porcelain triangles, 741 of which are hand-painted by the Vista Alegre manufacturing team. Featuring floral designs and colourful patterns, the Once Upon a Time features two upholstered doors in blue velvet fabric, which open for a mirrored storage space with three interior small drawers.

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The geometrical base in brushed steel gives this luxury furniture piece a unique and sophisticated character. It stands as a one-of-a-kind piece for those who appreciate the most exclusive design. Each work is customized with the collector’s name. Contact us for more information!

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Heritage Bathtub by Maison Valentina

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A statement bathtub covered in traditional hand-painted tiles, the Heritage bathtub takes exceptional craftsmanship and design to a new realm. Featuring a gold-painted tear finished with high gloss varnish, it reflects Portuguese culture in a tasteful and sophisticated way through its luxurious contemporary design.

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Finding beauty in the most unexpected places, this piece of luxury furniture is inspired by authentic karst formations. A remarkable bathtub that stands out in any elegant bathroom. The epitome of craftsmanship and the ultimate statement piece for the Dubai lifestyle!

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Inspiration and Ideas are thrilled to offer the grand unveiling of this incredible collaboration between LUXXU and Noura Faris, a Cairene interior designer. The result of this partnership is a warm Egyptian-inspired home with the mystical aura of Cairo, often known as the city of a thousand minarets! Continue reading to learn more about this project in detail!

Welcome to Cairo House

The Magnificent Living Room Full Of Earth Tones

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As soon as we enter this exquisite home, we notice the living room area, which exudes elegance in every direction. The McQueen II Wall Lamps and the McQueen Chandelier were used to achieve the right balance and harmony with the picture, resulting in a fantastic background. Not only that, but Noura expertly selected the Anguis SofaOtto Sofa, and Darian II Side Table, changing their colors, finishes, and materials to blend in with the architecture’s earth tones and rich materials.

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The Enigmatic Cairo House: A Luxurious Novelty By Noura Faris

The sand-colored ground, fluted walls, and gold accents of this living room reflect the natural erosion of the Giza Necropolis, while the gold accents transport us to the delights of Khan El Kalili market. All of this is complemented by a poetically inspired furniture selection. Between the walls, there is truly an Egyptian world.

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Dining Room Full Of Opulence And Personality

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The Enigmatic Cairo House: A Luxurious Novelty By Noura Faris

Stepping into the Cairo house dining room, we are instantly transported to a place with the most perfect mix of colors, textures, furniture, and lighting pieces. The use of earthly tones and gold embellishments make this décor one of the most inspiring ones due to its beautifully crafted contrast.

The Enigmatic Cairo House: A Luxurious Novelty By Noura Faris

To reach this goal, Noura chose some of LUXXU‘s best-sellers, and we couldn’t agree with her more! The Beyond Dining Table contributes to the dining room‘s excellent center point, while the Charla Dining Chairs that surround it provide endless elegance. The utilization of two separate casegoods in this décor, such as the Darian Sideboard for storage and the Apotheosis Console for practical art, is especially noteworthy. Mirrors like the Darian Black Mirror and the McQueen II Wall Mirror, are what provide the finishing touch of personality and grandeur!

Stunning Hallway With A Mid-Century Contemporary Aura

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The Enigmatic Cairo House: A Luxurious Novelty By Noura Faris

Moving farther into the house, you must pass through this stunning hallway, which exudes a mid-century contemporary aura. This hallway design shines not only because of the classic McQueen ll Wall Lamps but also because of the bronze details on the Otto Swivel Armchairs. This adds a new degree of flair by harmonizing various materials, fabrics, and even patterns to create a finished set that is coherent with the other areas while also standing out on its own.

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The Grand Master Bedroom With The Most Exquisite Finishes

The Enigmatic Cairo House: A Luxurious Novelty By Noura Faris

Reaching one of the most splendorous rooms of this house, the master bedroom is a gorgeous space, finely crafted using the highest-quality materials and exceptional finishes. Once again, the perfect choice of luxury lighting fixtures, and furniture pieces with vintage gold details and elegant finishes, will elevate this design to the next level. This result could only be achieved by the use of the Charla XL Bed, the Waltz DresserCharla NightstandTenor Ottoman for the furnishings. And the Pharo I Table LampTycho Wall Lamp, and the Burj Chandelier for the lighting pieces!

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The Enigmatic Cairo House: A Luxurious Novelty By Noura Faris

As any master bedroom should, this one features a warm and cozy ambiance that welcomes a relaxation time before going to sleep! The Crackle Center Table helps add to the opulence feeling with its hand-crafted techniques and elements. With a lavish character, the two Opera Single Sofas we can see provide simple lines which encapsulate the best of modern design and luxurious living.

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Walk-In Closet Both Functional And Stylish

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The Enigmatic Cairo House: A Luxurious Novelty By Noura Faris

As we near the end of this wonderful home design from Cairo house, we can’t help but notice the splendor of this walk-in closet. This corner doesn’t miss any of the nuances that make all the difference, never losing touch with all the design aspects that can be found throughout the house. With the help of the exquisite modular Waltz Closet and the luxurious Prisma OttomanNoura was able to create the perfect walk-in closet experience.

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Today, Inspiration and Ideas will bring you the best Modern Interior Designs with inspirations from Master Bedrooms, BathroomsHallways, and Living Rooms. Enjoy our selection of decor ideas for your Luxury Rooms!

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Modern Interior Designs

Master Bedrooms

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A modern bedroom with a nude velvet bed, a velvet stool, and a luxury chandelier in gold details.

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This luxurious interior design creates a moody ambiance through the darker colors used, as well as the golden details present in the Luxury Room.

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This interior design is perfect for intense dispositions, ideal for your private ‘me-time’.

Bathrooms

If you have a Master Bedroom with a Suite, these Modern Interior Design are for you to feel inspired! Take a look at this Bathrooms designs by Maison Valentina!

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Lapiaz inspired this luxury bathtub. The french word is the name given to the typical karst formations produced by the surface dissolution of limestone or dolomite rocks.

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Modern Interior Design by Maison Valentina

modern and luxurious bathroom with the Diamond Washbasin by Maison Valentina x Boca do Lobo, an interior design trend.

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Modern Interior Design by Maison Valentina

The golden color of the furniture lightens the room and creates a nice contrast with the dark marbled floor.

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Modern Interior Design by Maison Valentina x Boca do Lobo

In this bathroom, you can find luxury pieces like the Glance Mirror by Boca do Lobo and the magnificent Lapiaz Bathtub by Maison Valentina, inspired by the Lapiaz Collection of Boca do Lobo‘s.

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This modern bathroom design has white marble tones, that match the gold details.

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Its organic features are achieved through the manual fitting of the brass sheet, conveying both dynamics and elegance to bring a new contemporary verve into a refined Bathroom.

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Hallways

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Modern Interior Design by Boca do Lobo

The Heritage Sideboard is a magnificent journey through the Portuguese legacy. Covered in Azulejos, traditional hand-painted tiles, and one of the most representative art forms of Portuguese culture, the architectural sideboard portrays different scenes from the country’s Discoveries era.

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Keeps it comfortable for your relaxation and matches in ambient with other black and wooden elements that remind us of nature. 

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A lovely entryway with neutral tones, and the unique Pixel cabinet complete the whole interior design.

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Pixel by Boca do Lobo
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This interior design with neutral tones is such a cozy and warm entryway that invites the family to spend quality time after a long day.

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This unique green hallway by Rug’Society has such a cool vibe because of the combination of the rug.

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This colorful rug by Rug’Society makes the entryway absolutely amazing. The bold green armchair makes it a unique entryway.

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unique entryway in Bordeaux tones with a beautiful rug by Rug’Society.

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This unique green hallway has such a cool vibe because the combination of the rug with the armchair makes it so brilliant.

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This entryway has a glamorous and sophisticated vibe because of the gold details, the warm and marble tones.

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Office

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The office space should be a balance between creativity and practicality, and there is no reason to compromise on either.

Living Rooms

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This interior design is just amazing! A luxury living room with neutral tones in different textures and elements makes the room very comfortable to relax.

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beautifully cozy living room design. The mixture of white and textures transforms this space into a sublime and comfortable setting, perfect to relax.

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A classic warm and earth tones living room.

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