Living room

Taste for design and little space? Chemise and Halfie will be your favorite furniture

The partnership between MY home collection and Studio li-do, in which Ilaria Innocenti and Giorgio Laboratore, talented young designers who have created two new concepts of charming furniture. They combine the expressive strength of their colors along with a fun design.

Pink, purple, green, blue, yellow or mix ... these are just some of the nuances that embellish the Chemise armchair and the Halfie table, two objects that, thanks to their bright colors, add a different touch to any home. Chemise is an armchair with a soft and casual look. The metal strap that ties your backrest wraps around the seat and creates a fluffy volume and cozy with the naked eye. With a backrest that hogs our upper trunk like a shell, it comes in different shades to combine with the metallic cord. The lower part of the seat in question is manufactured in a different tone than the upper one, and there is Chemise's charm.

With stiff seams it leaves an upholstery cord in sight that can be in tune with the backrest or with the color that covers the metal. It is an ideal model to incorporate into our home and invites to be used for maximum relaxation and well-being, in addition to being a key aesthetic piece in a living room or bedroom.

The Halfie side tableIt can perfectly act as a bedside table in a bedroom, it is an occasional table with a double purpose. Original and functional consists of an oval top with lacquered or marble finish. It is divided into two parts that are suspended on a thin steel frame. The functionality of this division is a secret tray of jewelry or small objects.

Halfie constitutes an original article and highly versatile to decorate an interior, designed for light storage such as small books or accessories. Once closed it will serve to overlay night lamps or varied ornaments for its surface. I like this type of furniture demure of informal lines characterized by its personality when we place it at home.

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