Wrapped in a combination of archaic and contemporary styles, this hotel lobby is defined by the elegance and subtlety of pieces and details that surround it, in which comfort, functionality and naturalness are the dominant features. Any major capital in the world would like to be able to enjoy a calm, relaxing and invigorating space like the one presented here and that we will get to know better next.
At the first place, immerse yourself in the freshness and tranquility that only the seats in the new Cassia Modular Sofa, by Caffe Latte Home, are able to offer. Simple, sober, and cozy, it is undoubtedly an asset in any environment, whether modern or more classic.
At the both sides of the sofa, comfort continues, this time with Ocadia Armchair, from Luxxu, with the right touch of sophistication, which fits perfectly into the environment, in addition to the Luray Side Table, by Brabbu, a dynamic and modern complement,with brushed brass matte and glossy palisander veneer finishes.
The walls behind, in ecru and sepia tones, are literally the mirror of this lobby and mark the limits of opulence and aesthetic rigor, to which the versatile Shield Oval Mirror, from Maison Valentina, clearly contributes.
Between both seating areas, there's nothing better than a unique combination between stool and coffee table, through Embrace, an exclusive Koket piece, which can either serve as a cocktail or simple décor table, elegantly supported by a cozy ottoman, just like a furball that you don't feel like letting go.
As a final adjustment, all over the place, it can be found several light trails, which illuminate and give even more life to the space, an aspect guaranteed by Aurum Wall Lamp, also by Brabbu.
Covet House once again overcomes all barriers of creativity and imagination, ensuring, in addition to home interiors, the grandeur of hospitality design in all its splendor, with the essential contribution of Stuart CG Studio.
minas big center table
minas small center table
miles floor lamp
coltrane suspension lamp
cassia modular sofa