Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Sofa Beds For Every Style, Space, And Setting

Smart and functional furniture is the gospel of the new generation and the sofa bed is one among them. People generalise the idea of a sofa bed and strictly consider it as a great option only if you live in a small apartment. Well, we beg to differ and feel that sofa beds are not only an asset for small apartments, but are also a perfect choice for big apartments when you have unannounced guests staying over. All you have to do is give them your sofa and say 'make yourselves feel at home' or just have them figure out that there's a bed hidden in there. The best thing about modern sofa beds is that they make you think that they're just a normal three seater sofa when they can actually be a bed for two. The modern sofa beds are cleverly designed with style, practicality, and keeping comfort in mind without compromising on quality. You can now turn a sofa into a bed at the click of a button or by using an app on your phone.

A cosy oasis for rest and relaxation, the innovative Notturno sofa bed by Natuzzi, is an easily convertible piece conceptualised for urban living. It has a manually reclinable headrest and turns into a bed with one simple, effortless movement through its "Ready bed" mechanism. It's the ideal solution if you're looking for a versatile and quick to convert sofa into a bed. It includes storage compartment in the back for pillows. With its compact dimensions, Notturno can adapt easily to different space-related needs such as those of small or big apartments, study rooms and holiday homes. The mattress is available in either Spring, Memory Foam or Greenplus, which is eco-friendly, hypoallergenic, and antibacterial.

Looks like a regular sofa, but converts to a bed whenever the need arises. Bolero is a new sofa bed with the Fama distinctive style. A sofa bed that covers all user demands: it has a lower seat, a shorter depth, it is comfortable as a sofa and also as a bed, and all this without looking as a sofa bed. With an original and practical headrest system and a single action to unfold to a bed, this sofa bed is the ultimate in design, style, functionality, and comfort. You can choose from a large range of fabrics. The bed comes with a memory foam mattress.

Indy by Fama is a revolutionary and innovative design that stands out worldwide. Indy offers as many amazing positions as you like from a sofa to a bed at the touch of a button, and all this without having to get up. The smart design of the motorised backrest system allows you to adjust the depth of the sofa and the position of its back. It seats four people and can be controlled from your smartphone via an app. It can bring new life and functionality into any room. This design will change from now on the way you sleep. You can personalise this sofa with the wide range of exclusive fabric options. (Let's say more than 1000 different combinations of fabrics and colours) Indy sofa bed can bring new life and functionality into any room.

An Italian-made sofa bed by NicolettiHome. Alcova is a three seater sofa that transforms into a sofa bed with a simple mechanism. The bed has a foam mattress and has integrated storage compartment for pillows. The sofa can be customised with a choice of 3 different arm shapes, 9 different foot colours, and upholstered in 100% premium leather with a choice of colours. The perfect piece of furniture for those who have a taste for anything functional and flexible.

Multi-purpose or space-saving furniture is on the rise with living spaces becoming increasingly limited due to the temptations of modern life. Consumers are now seeking simple ways to maximise space without compromising on design or convenience. Check out our collection of stylish sofa beds that doubles up as a comfortable bed right in the heart of your home.

Friday, February 23, 2018

10 Furniture Fairs Every Architect and Interior Designer Should Know

If there's one important thing that has to be on the calendar list of architects, interior designers, and design enthusiast, it is the furniture fairs around the world. Although there are more than 50 such events we have compiled a list of the most important and the top events for you. These events will enhance your thoughts with new ideas, new skills, inspiration, meeting new people, and going beyond your comfort zone.

1. IMM Cologne
The most important interiors fair of the year - IMM Cologne shapes the furniture and design sector and the products that are good for business in the coming year. At the fair, you will find a unique variety of interior design ideas for every room, every style, and every requirement – from the basics all the way to designer items and luxury furnishings. It is regarded as a market-leading furniture show that showcases a huge breadth and depth of products. The IMM Cologne also provides an effective platform for up-and-coming designers. The show is extensive and covers living room, bedroom and bathroom furniture, mattresses, sleep systems, home textiles, wall coverings, floor coverings, lighting, accessories as well as bathroom fixtures and fittings. The interior designers, architects, designers, planners, interior decorators attend the fair. The fair gets more than 100,000 visitors from around the world.
Dates: 14th to 20th January, 2019. Cologne, Germany.

2. Salone del Mobile
Started in 1961, Salone del Mobile also known as Milan furniture Fair has grown on to be the largest trade fair of its kind in the world. The fair will witness more than 2,000 exhibiters, expects more than 300,000 visitors from over 165 different countries. At the 57th edition of the fair, there will be an International Furnishing Accessories Exhibition, which will be split into 'classic' and 'design' sections. This year will be the return of the biennial events EuroCucina/FTK (Technology For the Kitchen) and the International Bathroom Exhibition, which take place in even years; Euroluce and Workplace3.0 are held in odd years. There's also SaloneSatellite, which is dedicated to young, emerging designers and serves as a launch pad into the world of design. Workplace 3.0 is another innovative display area dedicated to design and new technologies to re-design the different workplaces. The fair will showcase never-before-seen innovations, new materials, colour trends, cutting-edge design thinking, breakthrough styles, novelty in engineering and manufacturing. The event combines design, technology, flexibility, and sustainability. This show is a must-visit for any design lover.
Dates: 17th - 22nd April, 2018. Milan, Italy.

3. NYCxDesign
New York City’s annual celebration of design, attracts hundreds of thousands of attendees and designers from across the globe. The citywide celebration of design includes exhibitions, installations, trade shows, talks, launches and open visits. NYCxDesign highlights all the disciplines of design that New York has to offer, from architecture, lighting, and furniture to engineering and graphics. NYCxDESIGN invites local and global designers, organizations and other establishments interested in creating a design-related happening to participate in the celebration. Most NYCxDESIGN events are free to enter. The event takes place paralleled with International Contemporary Furniture Fair at the Javits Center, along with the local talent showcases Wanted Design (shown), in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Collective Design and the Frieze Art Fair also run concurrently.
Dates: 11th – 23rd May, 2018. New York, USA.

Credits: NYCxDesign

4. International Contemporary Furniture Fair
The International Contemporary Furniture Fair is North America's platform for global design and regarded as the ‘Salone of America’. The four-day fair is held at New York City’s Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. More than 36,000  interior designers, architects, retailers, representatives, distributors, facility managers, developers, manufacturers, store designers, and visual merchandisers flock to attend the event showcasing exhibitions from over 30 different countries. After Milan, it’s at the top of the list of must-see fairs. Focusing on high end and creative design, the fair is ripe for all kinds of new discoveries as many makers and brands launch new designs at ICFF. Tens of thousands of designers visit the fair to stock their stores and furnish their clients’ homes, and will be there right along with them bringing you the newest designs to delight and inspire. This event is also home to the ICFF Studio, a competition for designers with impressive prototype designs which are not yet in commercial production. The first three days of the event are trade-only days, and the fourth day is open to the general public. More than 800 exhibitors from all points of the globe will display contemporary furniture, seating, carpet and flooring, lighting, outdoor furniture, materials, wall coverings, accessories, textiles, and kitchen and bath for residential and commercial interiors.
Dates: 20th - 23rd May, 2018. New York, USA.

Credits: ICFF 

5. Design Miami
Another forum for design, Design Miami is where the top gallerists, designers, curators, and critics from around the world gather to present museum-quality exhibitions of 20th and 21st century furniture, lighting and objets d’art. The show has quickly become one of the premier venues for collecting, curating and exhibiting high-end and coveted design pieces. Design Miami has also gained an international reputation since its inception in 2005 and has since expanded to Basel, Switzerland.
Dates: 12th - 17th June, 2018. Miami, USA.

Credits: Design Miami

6. NeoCon 
NeoCon is North America's most important design exposition and conference for commercial interiors. Held every June at The Mart in Chicago since 1969, NeoCon serves as the commercial design industry’s launch pad for innovation—offering ideas and introductions that shape the built environment today and into the future. The fair showcases the latest in office furniture, building materials, lighting, and textiles. Every year, nearly 50,000 design professionals visit this massive furniture and interior design fair featuring hundreds of top design brands. Attendees can also choose from over 100 free seminars during the fair. With so much time spent in workplaces, office design has grown in importance and popularity, making NeoCon one of the most highly regarded and attended trade shows in the industry. The show focuses the evolving commercial design and trends. In fact, 2018 is NeoCon’s 50th anniversary as the show for contract, hospitality, and commercial or workplace professionals and designers.
Dates: 11th -13th June, 2018 Chicago, US

Credits: NeoCon

7. Maison & Objet
Maison et Objet is a highly regarded event for professionals working in the art of living in all its rich and varied expressions. The lifestyle show offers an eclectic mix of design, furniture, accessories, textiles, fragrances, tableware and bringing together a 360° product offering. The styles coexist in a multifaceted way, throughout the inventive show design which enlivens the spaces. This biannual fair is growing stronger every year, the last edition welcoming over a thousand exhibitors and more than 100,000 visitors. Held in Paris, for the design world, this is perhaps the best show for design inspiration in the world. Held in January and September, in conjunction with Paris Design Week, lot of architects , interior designers and design enthusiast come to see the latest trends and order the hottest looks for their design clients and retail stores worldwide. It is an exhibition dedicated to the design of decoration, furniture, gastronomy, fashion, the art of living and art. Overall, Maison&Objet is one of the leading venues for interior decoration, concept and retail, as well as luxury, design and architecture.
Dates: September 7th – 11th, 2018
January 18th – 22nd, 2019. Paris, France.

Credits: Maison et Objet

8. London Design Festival
London Design Festival is an annual event, held to celebrate and promote London as the design capital of the world and as the gateway to the international creative community. Within the ambit of London Design Festival, come fairs like 100% Design (UK's largest design trade show with distinct sections including interiors, design and build, kitchens and bathrooms, workplace and emerging brands) and Decorex International (on luxury design, art and craft). The London Design Fair is a popular trade show open to both trade visitors and members of the public. The fair hosts the largest collection of international exhibitions, designers, brands, country pavilions, features and exhibitions in one destination during the London Design Festival.
Dates: 15th - 23rd September 2018. London, UK

Credits: London Design Festival

9. Downtown Design Dubai
Downtown Design is the main platform in the Middle East for the region’s trade professionals to discover high-quality design from across the world. The fair takes place at the Dubai Design District and presents a carefully edited roster of established and emerging brands across a range of product categories; including furniture, lighting, bathrooms, kitchens, textiles, and accessories. Downtown Design is dedicated to providing a dynamic environment for buyers and brands to do business easily and efficiently and includes a number of industry talks.
Dates: 13th -16th November, 2018. Dubai, UAE.

Credits: Downtown Design

10. Ambiente  
Ambiente is a leading international trade fair for consumer goods that sees over 4,700 exhibitors, 140,000 visitors from over 150 countries each year. It is essentially divided into 'dining' (table, kitchen and household), 'giving' (products and gifts) and 'living' (covering the future of design for home, furnishing and decorating industry). Ambiente offers experience, innovative designs, new products, and the latest trends. This is the largest consumer goods show featuring housewares, home accents and more.
Dates: 8th -12th February, 2019. Frankfurt, Germany.

Credits: Ambiente

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Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Trends To Use From the IMM Cologne Fair 2018

IMM Cologne is one of the most important furniture and interiors design events in the calendar. Held in the second week of January in Cologne, one of Germany's most unique cities, split by the river Rhine, innovation and technology remained the mainstay of the fair.

Here are some key observations from the fair.

Awaken early 20th century architectural styles in interiors. Boho chic shake up. Elements pushed together to create unexpected new experiences. To tell stories. Ehtnic patterns, cane elements, black and white images, and colourful fabrics with contemporary design. Past and present combine to make a new way.

Trend colours. Rust/brick red was easily the colour of the season, with the tone dominating marble tops, fabrics, leather and various other surface finishes. Olive green, warm blue remain favourites, and heartwood, the red tinted warm grey, is another colour being used in walls and larger surfaces, adding more character. While ultra violet, the fashion colour of the year, found its way into some aspects of interiors, a mixed palette of pastels were most notable.

Duality in materials. Velvets. Suede. Concrete. Metal. Walnut and oak remain favourites, but in a range of tones.

Forget minimalism, think order, simplicity and strokes of unexpected harmony. Simplify the old to build a new language.

Sustainability is a way of life. Steel enamel, ceramic, natural stone, marble, natural fibres. Materials that last long, reusable products, and low carbon footprint production is key.

Be natural. Integrating living plants into a space, no matter the size of the room, and green, or rather, a band of green hues.

Bathrooms are now fashion statements with individual design elements in the space. Gone is the safe play of warm tones and marble on walls.

Linoleum returns in tabletops, sideboards and cabinet inlays.

Solid wood grows in stature - tables, cupboards, sideboards and even sofas - in elegant, balanced forms.

Smart homes. Digital links to almost everything in the home.

Things to use, and to set your creative spirit free!

Thursday, January 25, 2018

6 Sectional Sofas You'll Love

The primary hangout spot in most homes is the sofa where reading, working, lounging, and having friends and family over is a habitual part of everyday life. When such is the scene, all of us want to make sure that our sofas are stylish, functional, and makes everyone feel cosy. Here are 6 sectionals that go with any style of living room with an option of materials, colours, shapes, sizes, and extra features to choose from. Sofas tailored to match your needs because you deserve the best in the world.

Guadalupe by Leolux
Winner of the prestigious Red Dot Design Award, the Guadalupe sectional sofa sports the look of gently rounded, colourful islands. With varying seating depths and add on elements, Guadalupe is available in different colours and upholstery choices. Polished aluminium mini-sleds to support and enhance the overall aesthetics. A design by Christian Werner for Leolux.

Award-winning sectional sofa by Leolux
Melpot by Natuzzi
There's a sofa for those who like to customise every single detail. Melpot is an extremely modular and versatile sofa for your living space which can be arranged as a sofa, loveseat, chaise longue or sleeper with removable cushions in fabric and leather. The sofa also comes with the options of poufs, drawers, bookshelves and shelves. . Designed by Mauro Lipparini for Natuzzi.

Latest dual toned leather sofa by Natuzzi
Flirt by Koinor
Flirt sectional sofa by Koinor is graceful and elegant with soft, padded spaces that invite you to linger longer. The sofa offers high-backed sitting comfort, soft-squishy armrests that can be angled as desired and sleek legs for weightless lightness. Designed by Tamara Haerty.

Sleek sectional sofa by Koinor
Manacor by Fama
Those of you who love fabric sofas, here's Fama's charming combination of simplicity and elegance -  Manacor corner sofa. Thanks to its multi-positional plush back cushions, it lets you discover the resting position that's perfect for you. The wide seats allow you to sit deep in, straight up, or lie back and relax comfortably.

Fabric sectional sofa by Fama
Perle by  NicolettiHome
Stylish and contemporary, this sectional sofa by NicolettiHome features a streamlined design that works well in a variety of interiors. This fabric sofa has adjustable headrest with removable seat and back cushions.

Latest sectional sofa by NicolettiHome
Paris by Becker 
Gorgeous in white, the Paris sectional leather sofa with a rounded chaise longue, an elevated backrest, and roller booster cushions. A true beauty by Becker.

white sectional sofa by Becker
Explore our wide range of sectional sofas here. And, like we always say, do visit our stores to experience our luxe sofas.

For special offer visit our stores: The So Fa So Good Sale is on. Up to 30% off. Offer valid till February 28, 2018.

Sunday, December 31, 2017

5 Cosy Fabric Sofas that are Simply Irresistible

They say when you love something you will know it when you see one. We’re talking about sofas. Our latest fabric sofa collection is not only good looking, but at the same time cosy, charming, stylish, and graceful. It’s the first thing you will want to relax on when you come home at the end of a long tired day (too bad if you thought it was the bed). That’s because our sofas make you feel at home.

No other sofa gives you so much freedom as Bellice (shown in the picture below). Completely modular, from Beck Design by Leolux is anything but ordinary. It works in umpteen arrangements from armchair, chaise longue, corner sofa, to sectional. With footstools, head supports in three widths and arm cushion variants.

Unconventional, cosy and modular, the Pacific (in grey) sofa by Fama consists of six platforms of different measures which one can add or remove backrests to turn into a chaise lounge or an attractive curved sofa. Every time you feel your living room needs a new look, you just have to add or remove according to your wish.

Inspired by the fifties, but retro-styled for the modern home Astoria (in light blue) by Fama is an eye-catcher from every angle. Adding a special touch are the legs, a contemporary upgrade of the classic 17th century design. Thanks to its attractive design and great comfort, Astoria can be coupled with any other furniture to make your d├ęcor look interesting.

Dieses sectional sofa (below) by Natuzzi is compact and ideal for apartment living. It features an adjustable headrest, sleek wooden legs, and a stylish piping for the armrest. Other options include a sofa bed with the innovative Greenplus mattress, recliner mechanism with “zero wall” system; the seating and backrest move forward, inclining as the sofa opens so there's no need to keep it away from the wall. Dieses is versatile as it is available in several configurations to meet the consumer's space requirements.

Showcased in the picture below is the much loved sectional sofa and the most versatile as well, Arianne Love lives up to its name with its inviting design and endlessly extendable modules. This latest model by Fama allows you to control the sofa through an app on your phone. You can raise the height of the sofa before or while you sit, making it perfect for older people too. Besides, you can customise this sofa in terms of look, size, colour, and print.

Whenever you choose a sofa from Simply Sofas, you have the privilege of getting it designed in the choice of colour, size, shape, and material you like. Simply because we believe that comfort should be adapted to suit your lifestyle and taste. Visit us and get the joy of designing your homes beautifully and distinctively.

Sunday, December 24, 2017

A World Of Chairs To Choose From

We come across a lot of chairs in our lives. The study chair, the office chair, the waiting room chair, the salon chair, the porch chair, the theatre chair, the dining chair, and the grandma's chair. And if these chairs don't feel right, they won't feel right and we will not enjoy sitting on them. Despite the colour and the look, we want to make sure that the chair we are sitting on is a comfortable one. That is where Simply Sofas comes into the picture because we make homes comfortable and help you find a chair that matches your exact requirements. Whatever your seating needs, whether indoor or outdoor, we've got the right chairs for every room in your home.

Most brands that we have (Molteni & C, Leolux, Koinor, Fama, NicolettiHome, Bonaldo, Tonin Casa, Alf Italia, Calligaris, Stressless, and Becker) and their fruit of infinite inventiveness have made them design chairs that are one of a kind. The range comprises of high back chairs, low back chairs, very high with no back at all, chairs upholstered in fabric and leather, polypropylene chairs, polycarbonate chairs, wooden chairs, chairs that are flexible and functional, chairs that swivel, rock, tilt, recline, foldable chairs, fixed chairs, chairs that turn into a bed, chairs that one can raise or lower, chairs with adjustable backrest, adjustable footrest, with ottoman, chairs in a wide range of colours, chairs for anyone, anywhere at any time.

And if you ever doubt whether these chairs go well with your decor style or occasion, take it for granted that you'll find the perfect one that matches your needs.

Something that matches your personality? We have answers to that as well.

If you're a minimalist, flexible, and believe that what you see is what you get, then check out our dining chair collection:  These chairs not only go well around a dining table but work perfectly fine in living space and outdoors as well.

If you like your individual space and time and believe in being stylish, there's a whole bunch of chairs designed by the tastemakers that match your personality. Check these chairs at the bottom section of the following link:

If you're a tech-savvy and like to have a recliner that obeys your every command or moves along with your bodily changing positions then our recliner chairs are the perfect fit for you. Check them out here:

Whatever your choice, all of them have one thing in common: comfort.

All you have to do is visit our stores and take a seat on whichever chair you like and you'll soon discover the perfect one for you.

Sunday, December 17, 2017

Wooden Beds You'll Love

Some of the best memories and intimate moments happen in and around our bedroom. The bed is the hero of the room, and that's where the attention is naturally drawn, which is why you want to make sure it looks great all the time. Wooden beds match any decor style and are the only way forward if you want something in both classic as well as contemporary. Stylish, modern, and elegant, we are happy to introduce our new bed collection that you will love.

Among our renowned brands, Alf Italia, made in Italy, is very particular about their choice of materials, production technology, and design quality. The collection we have is simply beautiful and matches your personal preferences.

Sleek and minimalist, Memphis bed makes one stop and stare. The beauty of the warm wood grain is highlighted with a grey erable inlay detailing. The bed is finished in walnut canaletto veneers with a high gloss lacquer finish that reflects available light to brighten any space. The eye-catching chromed legs emphasize the precision of the real wood veneers.

Memphis bed in walnut canaletto

 If industrial chic is your vibe, then have a look at Accademia bed. This one is crafted in a beautiful and warm termocotto oak finish. The understated headboard is composed of quilted upholstery inlays set withing the beautiful termocotto oak which makes it a defining statement. The bed is equipped with LED lights and golden-effect glass accents.

Accademia bed in termocotto oak 

You cannot go wrong with the classics and Matera bed is designed to inspire sweet dreams. Innovative materials and outstanding attention to detail, this bed has contemporary lines and a grain textured oak finish. Strikingly stylish Matera modern platform bed comes with an ambient LED lighting for the headboard. This distinctive and classically traditional piece has the advantage of a high gloss finish which adds warmth and depth and creates the perfect addition to any bedroom setting.

Matera bed in grain textured oak finish

Comfort is given based on the pillows and the mattresses you have. But, when it comes to the bed it's all about the style, frame, the material used, robustness, and longevity that matters. So, choose wisely.
Remember, whichever bed you choose, it’s also important to find the right mattress for a good night's sleep. Wooden beds are flexible that way, they cater to all kinds of mattresses. Check out our mattress collection here.

And if wood is not your style, check out our wide range of upholstered beds here.

Thursday, November 23, 2017

7 Sofas to Transform Your Mood

Think Transformers the movie, which has these cars transforming into giant alien robots! Of course, our sofas wouldn't do that, but they transform to give you a seating experience like never before. You don't have to wait for another decade to see an evolution in sofas. It's right here. People have always needed somewhere to sit down and the modern sofas not only provide a comfortable seat they also change to your mood with a touch of a button on your smartphone. There are more interesting features that will probably leave you flabbergasted, so explore some of the handpicked sofas from the new and vast Milan Collection 2018.

1. FREE MOTION by Koinor
Imagine sofas that can give you individual space and also allow you to come closer to your partner when you want to enjoy some good time together. Well, Koinor with its crafted-by-hand and 'made in Germany' tag has made this a possibility. Epos and Edit are the two versions of the free motion concept. These at first glance appear to be normal sofas, but hidden behind the sleekness is the innovative technology filled with surprises and creativity. Thanks to the integrated motor, these seats rotate, move laterally, and come with adjustable headrest and can automatically adjust back and footrest. No wonder it is called the new dimension in seating, lounging, and living. And the best part is that the movement can be controlled via remote control or via Bluetooth or an app. Media station, sound system and led base illumination are optional features. These sofas are available as two or three seaters and in a choice of materials and colours. Designed by Tamara Harty.

Epos and Edit by Koinor

2. ASCANA by Leolux
Meet Ascana, the stylish proof that comfort is an eternal bliss. The sofa features adjustable seats, headrests in varying heights, and matching footstools. Ascana is available in ‘Low’ or ‘Plus’ versions. The ‘Low’ version has no head rests. The ‘Plus’ comes with head rests that you can adjust assisted by a gas spring. To fine-tune your comfort, tilt the head rest by pulling the top towards you.

With technology as the defining feature this year, Fama has added a new feature to the much loved sectional sofa Arianne Love. The sofa comes with its own app, to work for you all the more effortlessly. A click is all it takes to turn a sofa into a bed or to even raise the height of your sofa before or while you sit on it. Possibly the most versatile sofa ever made, Arianne Love lives up to its name with its inviting design and endlessly extendable modules.

Control sofa via app

4. MOONRISE XL by Fama
The MoonriseXL recliner is for couples who like to enjoy their relax moments together. The reclining system works with a remote control and can be stopped in different positions. This model has two independent adjustable headrests. If you don’t want to fall into temptation, you’d better not try it. Moreover, you will be left puzzled with, is it a small sofa? Or a big chair?

Moonrise XL by Fama

5. INDY by Fama
The chic Indy offers many amazing positions from a sofa to a bed at the touch of a button, and all this without having to get up. The smart design of the motorised backrest system allows you to adjust the depth of the sofa and the position of the back, and it can be used as a recliner sofa for four people. All this can be controlled by the buttons from your smartphone via an app.

Indy by Fama

6. VENICE by Becker
The inviting Venice, is a sectional with a chaise longue. It has a motorised recliner seat with individually adjustable headrest and footrest, and a USB port. There’s a table to hold your drink as well.

Venice by Becker

7. IAGO by Natuzzi
Beauty combines with innovation to achieve maximum comfort with the adjustable footrest and headrest, adaptable to your individual needs. The square and linear shapes of Iago combine in perfect harmony with the softness of the padding and give it a pleasantly surprising appearance. The version with the reclining function also has the exclusive Soft Touch mechanism. This lets you change the position of the seat and the backrest simply by sliding a finger on the buttons located between the seat cushion and the armrest to achieve absolute comfort.

Visit our stores for a wide collection of latest and contemporary sofas from Milan Collection 2018. 

8 Sideboards That Go Well With Any Dining Setting

There are some furniture pieces whose absence makes the space look mundane just like a missing piece in a puzzle game, and whose presence adds more sophistication and functionality. The sideboard is one such. The sideboard adds to the aesthetic value of the dining room, completing the ensemble with table and chairs. Sideboards are essential - where would you keep your crystal ware, fine china, cutlery, glassware, cooking books and a lamp, or even display a grand meal for your guests?

With the launch of the new Milan Collection 2018, we have the latest straight from the world's biggest design fair. Get ready to be inspired and fall in love.

By Tonin Casa is the bold and chic Tiffany. With a quilted covering, this sideboard is in a Canaletto walnut finish and upholstered in rhombus patterned Ottanio leather. Truly a representation of Made in Italy.

Tiffany from Tonin Casa

Classic in looks yet modern in function, the Alf Rigadin sideboard comes with solid wood oak panels in a finish reminiscent of the traditional ‘rigadin’ pinstripe pattern of Murano handblown glass vases. The unit sits on a lean steel frame and is capped with a marble top.

Rigadin by Alf Italia

Lines and geometry embody the striking Maya sideboard by Tonin Casa, with an embossed wood effect in Canaletto walnut. This distinct piece breaks the monotony of anything that is ordinary.

Maya from Tonin Casa

Bridging the gap between classical and modern, the Frame sideboard by Bonaldo is in an irresistible bold metal frame structure that stands in sharp contrast to the wooden panels. Designed by Alain Gilles.

Frame from Bonaldo

Inspired by the 70s graphics and an object of art, Shade by Bonaldo comes with a metal base and elegant bevelled sides to make its edges less sharp.

Shade from Bonaldo

Here's a graceful Wai chest of drawers by Mario Mazzer for Bonaldo. The base takes its shape from the joined hand gesture, a sign of respect across the East, and the Thai for welcome. It has a metal base and wooden frame with recessed handles. Together they form a simple and stylish appearance.

Wai by Bonaldo

Contemporary and distinctive, Amber sideboard by Jamie Durie for Natuzzi. The decorative scalloped front face uses a custom CNC cutting path with a timber veneer overlay surface, resulting in a beautiful undulating sculptural surface.

Amber from Natuzzi

Versatile in nature, Honey works as a television stand and sideboard. Standing out with distinguished woodworking is the Canaletto walnut and heat-treated dark oak and glass highlights. This beautiful beehive design by Tonin Casa is brought to life through skilled workmanship.

Honey from Tonin Casa

The new collection is a visual treat in terms of design and structure. These sideboards are worked with different styles, colours, patterns, and finishes in unusual and exciting new ways to complement as well as balance with the existing decor in your room. Along with design and functionality, these pieces are evolved to fit changing decor styles and complement challenging interiors.  The most important thing to do when choosing a sideboard is to make sure that it's functional and serves your need.

Visit our stores to explore a wide range of collection.

*If you're an architect or an interior designer these latest sideboards are top notch for your interior projects.