January design inspirations

January, the month of good resolutions, also for renovating the house.

There is nothing better than treating oneself – as a gift or a good resolution for the new year – to renew or decorate our home with something new. Here are some tips: from precious wooden coverings to poufs and sofas that resemble bon bons. There’s also space for the art of cocktail preparation, increasingly homemade nowadays.

Listone Giordano – Atelier Deco Pontigny

Inspired by the wooden floorings that adorn buildings and mansions in the Central and Northern European area, Listone Giordano‘s Decó tiles – belonging to the Atelier collection – reinterpret a timeless classic that finds new life in residential and non-residential projects. Including those inspired by modern architectural standards.

Listone Giordano – Graphit

Integral part of the Circular Project, Graphit is Listone Giordano‘s exclusive wooden flooring born from an innovative production process aimed at giving new life to several tons of graphite. This graphite comes from the processing of industrial plants, addressing issues related to annual disposal times, space, and costs. Developed in collaboration with Alisea, it applies circular economy principles to wood, promoting a gradual decoupling of economic activity from the consumption of finite sources and the planning of waste outside the system. It is a unique finish that the company applies to various collections, combining elegance and durability.

G.T. Design – Hula Hoop

The Hula Hoop rug by G.T. Design, designed by Deanna Comellini, is entirely handmade using a technical yarn that is non-toxic, stain-resistant, wear-resistant, and 100% recyclable. Thanks to these qualities, Hula Hoop is suitable for both indoor and outdoor spaces. Here, in the Circle version Pennsy color.

Sartoria – Equus

Sartoria, a brand of the Terratinta Group, introduces Equus, the collection that arises from an “equestrian” inspiration expressed through different lines thanks to the potential of ceramic material. The collection blends sophisticated geometries with timeless architectural forms to create a modern proposal that presents the perfect union of urban innovation and rural tradition.

Tonelli Design – Soft Glass

Soft Glass represents Tonelli Design’s debut in the world of upholstered furniture. Composed of soft and generously padded volumes, this sofa with an elegant glass base introduces a new way of designing the living space. The modular design allows for original, dynamic, and informal compositions.

LaCividina – Idda

Idda – the name by which the people of Catania refer to Etna volcano – is a steel coffee table designed by Antonino Sciortino for laCividina. It evokes the inverted silhouette of the Etna volcano, caressed by sinuous lava flows. Idda is available in various color finishes.

LaCividina – Osaka

Osaka by laCividina is a modular sofa designed by Pierre Paulin in 1967. It is a seating system characterized by sinuous and organic lines. Reissued by laCividina in 2013, the Osaka sofa allows for creating infinite solutions by simply combining its straight and curved elements.

Casamania By Horm – Giro Pouf

Giro is a pouf system by Casamania by Horm, designed by Claesson Koivisto Rune, inspired by the hula hoop game and its movement. Giro is characterized by a dynamic circular shape and bright colors that enhance any space. It is available in three different sizes with either legs or wheels.

Casamania By Horm – Lepel Trapuntata

Lepel by Casamania by Horm is a system of upholstered seating, entirely covered in fabric or leather. The craftsmanship and the option to customize the finishes – from the fabrics used to visible stitching – make this seat unique. In Afrikaans, Lepel means spoon, and this is precisely the function of the backrest, to contain and support the seat like a spoon.

Zerica – Mix & Go!

Mix & Go! is the innovative new machine from Zerica, perfect for preparing excellent cocktails anywhere you want. Available in two versions, an Elite, designed for the domestic sector with 8 lines + 2 for cold and sparkling water, and a PRO, dedicated to the hospitality industry with 16 lines + 2 for cold and sparkling water. It allows to choose from a menu of classic cocktails with over 400 recipes and make them easily and quickly. It is compact, lightweight, and includes an intuitive touchscreen for selecting various functions, even remotely through a computer or a mobile phone.

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