5 Remarkable Designs from Now’s Home to See at Maison et Objet 2018 ⇒ Exhibiting in the Actuel sector, hall 5B, stand B47 / D48, the France-based design brand, Now’s Home is presenting its newest indoor and outdoor collection, and today, CovetED will highlight five of the most remarkable designs from this unique collection.
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“Colour, material, volume, space and ergonomics are all carefully considered to create a lifestyle that is contemporary, timeless, sober and refined. Working with various number of decorators, restaurant owners and hotelkeepers high range, we are constantly developing to propose a wide choice of trends and exclusive products which will bring & create a refinement to their atmosphere.”
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Bulat Floor Lamp
With its unique linen lamp shade and its wooden legs, this minimalist floor lamp will bring a warm and friendly atmosphere to your home.
Table 240cm Emperador
This bi-material dining table in Emperador marble and steel will seduce anyone with its sober character represented by its stainless steel base brushed and its marble table top, exuding a sense of sophistication and nobility.
Orme Massif Pen Duick
This unique sculpture made of oak wood is the perfect decorative piece for a contemporary or mid-century setting.
Sol.Oak Wood Latus Chest
Designed by Salih Teskeredzic, this sideboard has 2 doors and 3 drawers of solid oak wood. Its combination of traditional and modern elements that are bound to impress you.
Armchair Cayo Largo
Perfect for the outdoors, this stunning design of this armchair is extremely comfortable due to its cushions, great to use to unwind or host special occasions.
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Source: Maison et Objet