The need for beauty

They tell stories of craftsmanship and materials selected for their unique properties. Furnishings for the bedroom zone that become protagonists of the most private space in the home

Odissea bed by Paolo Castelli
Odissea bed by Paolo Castelli

Combining a sort of sartorial refinement with a precise take on elegance, beds, desks, ottomans, bedside units and chests create harmony and visual continuity between the living area and the bedroom, even in the most luxurious contexts, demonstrating the painstaking skill and passion that have gone into their creation.

Like the headboard of the Odissea Bed by Paolo Castelli, with mobile lateral panels entirely covered in satin, made particularly soft by the padding that brings a welcoming, comfortable look. The metal inserts, with a gold finish, create amber highlights that go perfectly with the sophisticated colors of the bed, ideal for minimal spaces or others with a more decorative approach.

Orion collection by Capital Collection
Orion collection by Capital Collection

The Orion Collection by Capital Collection also features captivating but understated forms. From the exclusive fabrics of the bed in sage green, to the structure in nabuk leather for the bedside table, all the way to the Vortex swivel chair covered in double bouclé pearl gray fabric with a silk-effect back, everything underlines the collection’s refinement, completed by the Rondò mirror in gray Orobico marble, and the Zen rug in bamboo silk.

Rousseau by Armani/Casa
Rousseau by Armani/Casa

Bedroom furnishings become flexible multitasking devices. Giorgio Armani, in fact, has imagined furniture (for his Armani/Casa line) that responds to indispensable parameters of functionalism, quality and elegance, with a particular focus on design and decorative details. Essential but precious pieces, like the Rousseau desk, to enhance the bedroom.

Fendi Casa, Design Marcel Wanders
Fendi Casa, Design Marcel Wanders

The nighttime zone by Fendi Casa is amazing for its theatrical impact, where a new bed designed by the studio of Marcel Wanders catches the eye with a headboard over three meters wide, which reveals a patchwork of different materials, from shaved mink to wood.

Ceylon by ETRO Home Interiors
Ceylon by ETRO Home Interiors

In a similar spirit, the Ceylon bed by ETRO Home Interiors (Jumbo Group) is an evocative presence, a reminder of exotic atmospheres and faraway lands. The outward curving headboard suggests the furnishings of the colonial tradition, covered with the new Selva fabric, featuring intricate printed fragments of an Asian jungle. The contrasting base in solid beech emphasizes the seductive lines of the bed, enhanced by two roller cushions with the same covering. The Ceylon line also includes a sofa, an armchair and a pouf.

Lady/W, Spirit & Craquelè by Zanaboni
Lady/W, Spirit & Craquelè by Zanaboni

Zanaboni proposes the elegant Lady/W bed with a structure in black stained solid wood, whose sinuous lines go well with the round Spirit tables, also in black stained solid wood, the soft Venere ottoman and the Craquelè geometric chandelier.

Babilonia by Promemoria, Design Romeo Sozzi
Babilonia by Promemoria, Design Romeo Sozzi

Made to be caressed, since it is entirely covered in silk velvet, the Babilonia chest of drawers has been designed by Romeo Sozzi for Promemoria. The moldings underline the top in chamfered extra-clear glass, while the border, base and handles are in bronze. The interiors of the drawers in ash wood are covered in printed fabric, with an archival design by Romeo Sozzi.