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With Maison et Objet 2019 coming to an end, we decided it would be interesting to bring you some of the highlights when it comes to Upholstery Fabrics! Here are some of the best in order to give you some inspiration.
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GEORGE Sofa is a time trip to George Island, where the first church of Antarctica was proudly raised. A celebration of history through a distinctive piece made of high-quality materials and marvellous finishes.
Just like in ESSEX Armchair, metamorphosis is the inspiration for the ESSEX Sofa, in particular, the transformation process from caterpillars into a butterfly. This sofa is upholstered in velvet and has a base in aged brass matte that adds charisma.
FITZROY Sofa is inspired in Mount Fitz Roy, a mountain in Patagonia, whose name is a tribute to Robert FitzRoy, the captain of the ship that transported Charles Darwin in his travel around the world. This curved sofa, with its back inspired in the outstanding mountain shape, is fully upholstered in cotton velvet and the base is in matte casted brass. FITZROY Sofa will add an organic element to any living room set.
Passion for the worldwide cultures aroused the desire to create DAKOTA Sofa, named after an indigenous tribe of the Amazon. Upholstered in soft cotton velvet and with a base in matte aged brass, this velvet sofa will add a dash of luxury to any decor.
Wales has some of the most astonishing monuments of the Middle Ages. For this reason, the country is many times called the “Land of Castles”. The WALES Sofa was created as a tribute. Upholstered in cotton velvet and with a base in matte vintage brass, this curved sofa features a golden polished nailhead trim.
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Written by Joaquim Sousa