To be such, a classic furnishing accessory must necessarily respond to a precise aesthetic canon, firm in time and judged by history.
So how is it possible to insert classic-style furnishings in contemporary interiors?
The definition of contemporary style can help us understand how: if it is true that the classic is bound by precise standards from which the style itself prescinds, the contemporary style instead, is an open style, in continuous evolution that projects itself towards the future with spirit innovative, but that has learned its lesson from the past, therefore from the classic. This is why it is possible to bring together two such different expressions of design within a single environment.
An invitation to sit classic in a modern kitchen
Make an effort of imagination and try to mentally enter a kitchen furnished in a contemporary style, where light colors are the background to the functional minimalism of the hob, of the few appliances so well inserted.
All suspended in a white light filtered by retractable curtains as white as clouds.
Suddenly, you are invited to sit on a cherry wood chair, as classic as the name of the material it is made of.
A white kitchen, albeit modern, is an excellent environment to insert a classic table or chairs.
A dining room around a classic table
Since with imagination we can transport ourselves in space and time, now you are on the threshold of a dining room made of white floors and walls dressed only in a large dark monocle picture and then a smaller one made only of frame and light. Where the walls end, tall windows begin to give continuity to the rooms.
Waiting room chairs embrace a four-meter wooden table, with legs depicting lions
A light hazel colored table that seems to float in the center of the room, held only by the candelabra that nail it to the ground. Can you smell the wax?
White and wood
Let’s move on to a smaller living room, characterized by a long gray pile carpet, on a black satin ceramic floor. The table is made of glass and the chairs are white, almost like the walls.
In front of you, decentralized, a window opens covered by a retractable curtain. The light enters to illuminate a two-door walnut wardrobe as if it were a tree grown inside a white ceramic vase. Can you smell the wood?
In the second photo, on the other hand, is the conversation area which is characterized by two Barcelona armchairs and two classic wooden armchairs. White is the protagonist.