European design has a strong contemporary point of view, backed by classic knowledge and experience of the past. Designers master a neo-classical line, a traditional presence, an art deco embellishment, a mid-century modern form, and an ultra-modern whimsy, all before they can conceive of their own vision. This understanding of the past leads to new creations that pull the optimal techniques and models from whenever is best while allowing the creative imagination to soar.
An ideal home office space should be free from the distraction of everyday activities; neither should it seem to distract other events in your living place. If possible, rooms with a separate door like a guestroom that you do not use, is a better idea than working from your bedroom.
The luxury automaker paired with Formitalia, a designer of high-end furniture specializing in leather, to create this furniture collection. This brand has a long history and an excellent reputation for creating the finest high-end leather furniture.
In addition to their self-named brand, Formitalia also creates luxury collections with Tonino Lamborghini and Aston Martin. Together, these names are at the forefront of high-end European design. Each collection has its own style.
High contrast colors, such as black and white, have come into style. Last year, single color interior rooms were the rage, but this year's shapes and patterns are clearly outlined. This contrast highlights the form of your furniture, making it “pop” away from its background and become a focal point.
In Italy, Allegri has developed its own exclusive designer Firenze crystal, sourced from around the world. Firenze crystal is hand cut or machine cut, depending on the needs of the piece is will be used in. It is then covered in a proprietary coating to bring out maximum light and sparkle.
Replica and counterfeit furniture sales are big business, but not always illegal. Knockoff furniture occurs when a company decides to make furniture that resembles authentic furniture but is not authorized to do so. It is always made more cheaply from lesser materials.
Italy, located in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, was once the meeting point of many trade routes. Luxury materials came there from all over the world and so did training in new skills and ideas. As a global center of trade, Italy soaked up these innovative ideas and incorporated them into the classic Italian style. This global connection lasting over 500 years formed a breeding ground for excellence.
Classical furniture revives the designs of ancient Greece and Rome. Smooth columns, soft geometric forms, and effortless silhouettes. Colors are white, ivory, and deep brown in simple rich fabrics, stone, and wood. A classical room is serene and prosperous.