Milan is known worldwide for its exquisite cuisine, high-fashion boutiques, and its incredible furniture. Each year, the world gathers at the epicenter of design for Salone del Mobile–the ultimate week for furniture. There is no furniture show like it and all of the biggest furniture manufacturers show their new collections for the year, new finishes, and even prototypes that push the limits of technology and design.
2018 brought us some showstoppers that you can read in our previous blog. The 2019 Salone del Mobile has once again definitely left us inspired and excited for this year in interior design!
In the middle of the hundreds of new collections being showcased by the world’s greatest design minds, we have curated a selection that we are surely excited about.
Pilar Table by Porada
Mellow Table by Bonaldo
Dragon Table by Cattelan Italia
Big Wave by Fiam
Smart Sofa by Gamma
Vendome Chair by Veblen
Fl@t Chair in Acrylic by Tonon
Carnaby by Cattelan Italia
Terminal Console by Cattelan Italia
Tortuga by Porada
Idem by Cattelan Italia
Odino by Porada
1. The 2019 Salone del Mobile showcased a wide range of products and styles. With the growing use of ceramic tops, manufacturers are constantly broadening the available finish options. Companies such as Cattelan Italia have released the “Keramik Premium” selection. Keramik Premium tops are thicker and bolder, allowing the Keramik to really steal the spotlight.
2. CLEI brought forward some prototypes of amazing new ideas and systems this year. Striving to constantly integrate more into the home, CLEI’s wall beds and space-saving systems now feature queen beds that split into two single beds, and TV unit wall beds! (click here for space saving solutions 2019).
3. Porada dropped jaws by showcasing the full extent of their new Ashwood finishes. The new Pilar table articulates their mastery of wood by combining different finishes with elegance; while the Tortuga tables further solidify Porada’s position as the premier wood furniture manufacturer.
4. With advances in technology, pieces with hinges and hardware are becoming more and more seamless. The subtle hardware is giving room for the design elements of the pieces to be at the forefront.
5. Sangiacomo, one of the leaders in wall units and case goods, has introduced walnut back into their collection which is extremely exciting for the South Florida market!