Don’t call it classic style. It’s an evolved version, a step away from the traditional rules – softer, more subtle. Jumble Collection recently introduced its innovative design style at iSaloni WorldWide Moscow, showcasing a selection of pieces from its latest collections.
The stylistic approach is based around simple, modern lines combined with opulent decorative details and the use of quality, rare materials. Yet there is no hint of excess here, unless you count the overwhelming elegance of the final product.
Take the Pleasure bed, for example: its classic spirit shines through in the deep-buttoning that adorns the entirety of the large headboard, which is covered in delicate silk. Yet the padded border around it – while accentuating the feeling of softness – adds a decorative element which is eye-catching in its linearity.
Even more indicative of this philosophy is the Jupiter dormeuse, which is inspired by Jugendstil, a Northern European art movement linked to Art Noveau. The sinuous, padded form of the dormeuse are the very essence of relaxation.
The Burton sofa continues in the same vein, reinterpreting the iconic form and appearance of the Chester sofa. Deep-buttoning covers the entire backrest, which segues seamlessly into the armrest. The distinctive feet are engraved and finished in gold leaf.
Last but not least, the Sophie dresser in myrtle root is packed with stunning features, including the gold leaf feet with nature-inspired engravings and the white onyx table top.