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Mediterrenean coastal style, an interior that evokes the sea

Recreating an exotic and vibrant atmosphere at home with a refined interpretation of the Mediterranean style. Furnishing suggestions inspired by the beach and the sea - an authentic ode - in terms of palettes and shapes - to the aesthetics of the most evocative coastal locations. For a holiday home decor that is also perfect in the city, capable of expressing the desire for contact with nature.

A hymn to Mediterranean slow-life already in its name, the Dolce Vita glass set by Marioluca Giusti is made of acrylic, a synthetic material similar to crystal but resistant, modern and durable. The retro shapes are embellished with multiple finishes, among which the sea blue.

Dolce Vita
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A poetic design: Paola Lenti's Sciara collection of coffee tables is distinguished by the sublime decoration of the top, handmade with glass tiles that are grafted into lava elements.

The Guadalupe collection of vases and bols by Bitossi Ceramiche is characterised by geometric engravings on the surface, inspired by the stained glass window of the New Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe (Mexico City). The variety of shapes is enhanced by the shiny crystalline finishes.

The Jeko 05 colonial-style armchairs by Gervasoni have a wide, low seat and a frame made of ECOTeak, a material derived from the re-use of recovered teak beams and elements, repaired with recycled wood, assembled and sanded to highlight the original grain.

Inspired by the most elegant nautical element in its soft lines and sharp angles, Saba's Vela sofa has a sleek and refined design. The fabric upholstery recalls the bond between mainsail and jib, while the quilting is a tribute to the sail unfurled in the wind.

Italian craftsmanship meets Californian cheerfulness in the exclusive tableware collections by La Double J. Inspired by founder J.J. Martin's passion for the art of entertaining guests, they are made in Italy and feature vintage, geometric and mix and match decorations.

Plate Antico
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Oriente Italiano by Ginori 1735 is a hand-crafted and hand-decorated ceramic table service, available in a variety of colours. The floral decoration that characterises it is inspired by the 'carnation' motif, typical of Faenza ceramics and inspired by the exotic beauty of the Far East.

Hay's portable PC lamp is named after the initials of its designer, Pierre Charpin. Compact and perfect for leisure, contract or study corners, it can be used indoors and outdoors. It is characterised by the organic, sensual lines of the lampshade and the elegant matte finish.

What better name than Blu Mediterraneo for a collection of small appliances designed by Smeg and Dolce e Gabbana and inspired by the aesthetics of Sicily? Toaster, kettle, juicer, coffee grinder, espresso machine and milk frother - everything you need for a romantic retro breakfast.

With the Trullo tableware designed for Kartell, Fabio Novembre pays tribute to one of the most iconic elements of his homeland, Puglia. A contemporary reinterpretation of the architecture of Alberobello that becomes functional decoration, in transparent coloured plastic.

The tableware collections by Les Ottomans come alive with their lively decorations - floral, abstract, geometric prints; marine or wild animals; human figures reminiscent of the East. Above all, colour dominates.

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