Dramatic, impressive and full of eccentric integrity, oversized designer floor mirrors are a must have in the modern bedroom, living room or dining room. Leaning against the wall or mounted on it, modern floor mirrors are destined to enhance the room with reflective qualities, offer a full-length view of its surroundings, add textural variation, and adapt hard to match materials and finishes as well as offer an unrivaled focal point. Some of our favorites are:
Attention all design fanatics and folks with good taste, the hunt for modern wall art is now officially over. Regardless of the room, the setting, the color palette or the desired visual impact, MyVinilo decals offer the perfect solution. Full of character and design ingenuity, MyVinilo decals satisfy the most scrutinizing preferences by offering multi-dimensional, sleek and eye-catching options that will parallel decorative choices and jazz up the entire room.
Possible applications of these cosmetic touches include placement above the bed (see the combination of Tokyo 710 walk-on platform bed by Milmueble and Sixties optical art decal), or behind a modern sofa (Insieme by Pianca and Woow graphic decal) and even above a sideboard (Kayak buffet by Cattelan Italia and Retro optical art decal).
Mirrored surfaces have been a popular source for reflection, adaptability, versatility and modernism, embraced by the in-crowed of pop culture. Take for example Norman Foster’s Reichstag Mirrored Dome in Berlin, Germany or Julien McDonald’s mirrored gown worn by the uber fashionable Heidi Klum to Elton John’s Oscar viewing party. The trend was also recently picked up by the Brazilian designer Andreia Chaves who created the Invisible Show Series. Even the automotive industry borrows the power of mirrored surfaces to enhance the wow factor of a newly introduced car as was done by Opel when they unveiled the Vauxhall Tigra model.
The world of modern furniture design is no different and mirrored surfaces are becoming quite a pervasive statement among leading designers and Italian furniture manufacturers that define what modern interiors of tomorrow will embody. Producing true visual hocus-pocus, modern furniture with mirrored surfaces reflect light, assume the chromatic spectrum of its surroundings and most importantly, offer exceptional visual that most definitely necessitates a second glance.
A modern furniture trend that seems to be rock solid, for it continues to pop its peppy nature at every international furniture exhibition including this year’s Maison & Object, is the love of using occasional tables in repetition. Particularly applicable to modern coffee tables and end tables, the draw towards repetition proves to be ohhh so irresistible. With the end goal to yield a dramatic, dynamic and functional realization, this nonsectarian trend breaks down into several categories including height variation, color/shape deviation and structural wholeness.
Repetition of the same shape, color, and texture but variation in height is depicted with Cattelan Italia’s Gliss, and Theo end tables and Pantheon side table by Tonin Casa each of which, when repeated as a duo or a trio combo achieves volumetric dynamics, and dramatic styling that allows the visual impression to linger vertically. Read More
When it comes to timeless interior décor, gray hues have always been a popular choice but in the last few years, gray grew in demand and evolved into the new go-to color for modern furniture. Neutral enough that it complements any color, gray color proves contradictory to a long establish misconception that it ensues with coolness. Instead, gray is rich in tonalities and can equally warm up its surroundings as it can generate a magnificently sleek impression. Application and incorporation of gray color has been in particularly prevalent within modern living spaces which coerces the creation of a demonstrative collage where all things gray display versatility, vigor and variability through the use of fabrics and leathers, glass and mirrored surfaces as well as through different plastics and metals.
- Panama Seating Collection by Gamma International
- Globe Coffee Table by Cattelan Italia
- Atollo Coffee Table by Cattelan Italia
- Flipt Chaise Lounge by Baleri
- Kayak Sideboard by Cattelan Italia
- Lotus Bookcase by Tonelli
- People 34 Wall Unit by Pianca
- Kat Coffee Table by Tonelli
- Sardanopalo Coat Rack by Cattelan Italia
- Big Bang Ceiling Fixture by Foscarini
- Twister Swivel Armchair
- Taac Floor Lamp by Penta