The wide choice of colors of the Saturno collection stands out thanks to the new spatula: Bronze. The new finish completes a program of unique and original shades. Living room composition. Bookcase: Clay, Bronze. Structure: Ash gray. Backrest: Clay. Measurements: L300xP51xH170.
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Modern Living Room
A particular system of hangers. It allows wall fixing, to have the possibility of having the bookcases suspended at the desired height, as well as on the ground. Living room composition. Hinged wall unit, Tilting wall unit: nature elm. Hanging bookcase: colored mink. Bases: smooth colored mink. Measurements: L300xP53xH196
Open bookcases, base units and wall units reinvent space through a perfect balance of usability and beauty. Living room composition. Bookcase and end element with door: matt barley Structure: matt barley. Back and bases: blond walnut. Measurements: L300xP53xH205.
New colors and essences such as: the metal effect, burnished oxide and copper oxide, blond walnut, pickled oak and clay, are added to the range of nuances of the Saturno living room. Living room composition. Tilting and hinged wall unit: copper oxide metal effect. Bookseller: Barley. Back and bases: Pickled oak. Measurements: L360xP51xH179.
Total extraction, with the new guide for the baskets that increases the opening by 25%, and allows total extraction, increasing their capacity. Living room composition. Zig Zag base, 2 drawers element, Intermediate Zig Zag: blond walnut. Tilting wall unit, base: matt lacquered
barley. Measurements: L320xP51xH186.
Available in all the essences of the program, you can choose between the black or satin finish to best match the handle to the color of the composition of your living room. Living room composition. Hinged wall units and base: Oak. Tilting wall unit and wall bookcase: Ash gray. Backrest: Oak. Measurements: L420xP51xH180.
The new Gemini handle can be mounted on modules of 60, 90, 120 and 180. Linear and design, it is available in black or satin. Living room composition. Bookcase and structure: Matt barley. Backrest: Blond walnut. Bases and wall unit: Clay, blond walnut. Measurements: L360xP51xH212.
The terminal element with bookcase compartment can function both as a wall unit and as an internal bookcase, providing new shelves. Accessories, such as LED lights, enhance the Saturno living room. Living room composition. Bookcase, structure: Ash gray. Backrest: Oak. Measurements: L360xP51xH171.
The shades of the new blond walnut finish transform the living area into a lively and vibrant environment, where you can spend pleasant moments of relaxation in the company of family and friends. Living room composition. Bookcase, flap wall unit: Barley. Hinged wall unit, Boiserie, Base, Backrest: Blond walnut. Measurements: L360xP53xH159.
The door with striped glass, in the context of the new industrial style, maintains the line of contemporary living, personalizing your living area. Living room composition. Bookcase: Ash gray, Bleached oak. Structure: Ash gray. Backrest: Clay. Base: bleached oak. Wall unit: Ash gray. Measurements: L311xP53xH220
The new feature of the Saturno living room is the island support. The suspended side is available with cone feet and plexiglass feet. Living room composition. Hinged and flap wall unit + base: copper oxide metal effect. Hinged wall unit: smoked glass aluminum frame. Bookcase: blond walnut. Peninsula: brushed bronze. Measurements: L355xP53xH195.
Shelves, planters and decoder holders, all available in black metal, can be applied to boiserie, islands or mounted directly on the wall. Living room composition. Hinged wall unit: striped glass lipari. Bases: burnished oxide metal effect. Boiserie: oak. Shelf and Planter: metal. Island top: vintage sand laminate.
The bookcases with black frame H 24 and 36, have a horizontal development and are available with width 60-90-120, with single compartment or with divider. Living room composition. Tilting wall unit, Boiserie and Bases: burnished oxide metal effect. Open bookcases and hinged wall unit: pickled oak.
Modern living room: environment in constant evolution
The way of understanding one's home and living in environments today is constantly evolving, an evolution that is always linked to the eras that change over time.
Until recent times the apartments were designed in such a way that each room had its own specific role in daily life in a certain sense "detached" from how everyday life is lived nowadays where the modern living room has become the " symbolic place "of the house, it could not be otherwise ....
The contingent needs of our age have radically changed the way we conceive environments, modern living rooms are nowadays the place where they add up andconcentratemany purposes such as: reading, conversing, having lunch, playing, working, watching TV, resting (relaxation), hosting friends and so on ...
“Open Space” concept of the modern living room
With technology that makes great strides with the advent of computers and the internet, everything has speeded up and this has spread to all sectors such as:apartment architecture(smaller and smaller) and consequently in themodern living room furniturein the sense that, having changed the ways of living everyday life, the typical "formalities" of "luxurious" homes where each environment had, so to speak, a function of its own, fell away.
For example, the living room of a house had a different function from the living room (an environment where the furnishings had to represent luxury and wealth); therefore, entrances, dining rooms, corridors and kitchenettes disappear to make room for the concept of "open space"(open spaces) that connects the dining room, living room, study and kitchen in a single environment, everything merges and concentrates in a single entity-place where there are no longer "barriers" or subdivisions between public and private.
Modern living room: suitable for all space needs, even the smallest one
With the tendency to reduce the space of the rooms in the apartments, the architects have solved the problem by eliminating most of the walls and integrating part of the available spaces of the house in two environments: theliving areaand thesleeping area.
The fusion of these environments: the living room, the hall, thebedroom, thebalcony, theverandaor thegarden, they must be in harmony and symbiosis with each other in such a way that the much desired home is pleasant on all daily occasions.
Comfort, Practicality and Design in the modern living room
With the fusion of the rooms of the house, the modern living room, as we have said, becomes the symbolic place of the house, but this implies a total revisitation and atargeted studyand attention to detail in all aspects if you want to get the most out ofcomfort, of thepracticalityhe was born indesignespecially in small apartments; therefore in order not to find themselves following nasty surprises and consequently not to find themselves supportingunforeseen costsone becomes of relevant importancepreventive design of spaces and furnishings.
How to furnish a modern living room: the basic principles
Here is a list of useful rules that should be carefully considered when decorating the modern living room:
- Maximize the result by minimizing the obstacles of the furniture.
- Carefully evaluate the needs of those who will have to live in the environment.
- Consider carefully theroom lighting. Choose from our proposals related tolighting.
- Place the "Living Room"in the most appropriate way.
- Limit thefurniture assemblies.
- Enhance the dining area. Choose from oursmodular kitchens.
- Integrate andmatch colors and materials.
- Maximize the use ofempty spaces.
Maximize the result by minimizing obstacles
It is a good rule not to focus only on the layout of the house, but to personally make a survey trying to immediately imagine (as far as possible) the location of the individual functional spaces that will characterize the living room.
An analysis that ultimately simply aims to facilitate the task of those who are about to build, renovate or even just furnish a living room.
Subsequently, the needs and expectations of those who will live there must also be defined, in order to satisfy all the requests for comfort, functionality, design of the project of a modern living room.
Carefully evaluate the needs of those who will have to live in the environment
As we have said, the modern living room is undoubtedly therethe most “multifunctional” room in the house, which is why it is important to define the needs and habits of those who will live in the house.
The most frequent mistake is to start from a somewhat vague furnishing idea that we know we like and then adapt later in its use.
In other words, it is necessary to understand, first of all asking a series of questions, about who will live in that particular living room and what their specific needs will be.
For example, you will have to ask yourself: if the house has a separate kitchen, or if the entrance is part of the modern modular living room, or which area to value more depending on the function that I will most want to give: whether to host or to work, and so on saying ...