Dense and vibrant colors, gold, stripes, exotic gardens inhabited by bright toucans and parrots. Misha, a brand whose name sums up two cities, Milan and Shanghai, specialized in handpainted wallcoverings, updates the displays in its showroom in Milan on Piazza Gramsci, transforming it into a magical, colorful world.
The walls light up and take on depth with the silk coverings of the new Esotismi collection by Cristina Celestino: the two patterns Cabana and Passiflora are presented in the more ornate versions, enhanced by hand-embroidered decorations, and in more geometric and rational solutions, precisely to bring out the versatility of the collection.
For the restyling, Misha has also launched a collaboration with Studio 2046 of Daniele Daminelli, showing several unique items, such as the Faust screen, a sort of geometric grille that marks spaces while acting as a decorative feature, the Rigoletto sofa, with a seat in opulent violet velvet, in contrast with a slim structure in anodized steel, and the Macbeth console with its essential design and forceful presence, over two meters wide.
The setting is completed by a careful selection of other furnishings and complements, like the ottoman by Lorenza Bozzoli with fringes, the sculptural vases by Bitossi Ceramiche, the seats with a vintage look by Marta Sala Editions, the IC lamps by Michael Anastassiades for Flos, together with the presence of plants that echo the botanical motifs of the wallcoverings. An exotic showroom, faraway in time and space, in which to relax and daydream.
Photo © Davide Lovatti, Stylist Studio Salaris