Be surprised by the latest collection launched by Meridiani at the Salone del Mobile 2019. Complex and elaborated, the pieces are unexpected but still maintain the brand’s DNA of elegance and refinement.
Dominating it are the colours of red and blue, offering a contrast against the neutral or bright tones of previous collections. All this was immediately apparent at the Meridiani booth at the Salone this year.
Designed to mimic an apartment, the space had a lived-in look with Cherry and Navy as two new colours that took centrestage. These stood out against a neutral palette of light grey on the walls, floors and carpets.
Noteworthy pieces include the Norton Capitonné, a sofa conceptualised by Meridiani's art director and designer Andrea Parisio. True to its name, its quilted appearance is made possible only by the most skilled of artisans.
Pair it with the Verner Storage Unit that comes in the Cherry shade. This is a modular, free-standing frame that can have a linear or winding shape and endless possibilities.
Meridiani also launched pieces for the dining room. Hubert is a table that has a linear, tubular iron frame that supports tops in round, oval or rectangular shapes. Simple yet elegant, it is attractive for the variety of compositions thanks to its design.
Complement it with the Isetta chair, which hugs the body courtesy of a tubular metal frame. The seat and backrest come in a padded textile, making it an ideal companion for those long dinners where food and wine flow freely.
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