The Infinity Collection: luxury bedrooms from Giorgio Collection

This elegant bedroom from Giorgio Collection is enhanced by the use of delicate nuances, which underscore the precious detailing included in each individual element. The Infinity Collection combines early 20th century Art Deco vibes with more refined, cutting-edge design, lending a sophisticated feel to the furniture.

In the centre, the bed’s imposing size contrasts with the almost ethereal lightness of the padding, making for a clean, elegant effect. Available in queen, king and European king size, the bed features a high headboard covered with protected Nabuk leather and can also be finished in fabric (silk velvet). Contrast is provided by the sleek, geometric feet in light chrome-plated gold which both hold the bed off the ground and draw the eye to the unique lion’s head logo.

This shiny detail is also present on the handles of the side tables, the base of which provides a neat slot for the bed and showcases the collection’s signature wood: the highly prized and sought-after Makore mahogany, a tropical African wood whose dark grey colour here lends a unique sense of depth to the furniture.

The same shaping is found in the Infinity Collection’s dressers, which again feature this perfect combination of materials. Completing the space are a vanity desk with pouf, with all the various elements – from the mirror the three drawers – featuring the same, polyhedral design.

There is further accompaniment provided by the traditional and practical bench – again in Nabuk – positioned at the foot of the bed, while a vast range of table and floor lamps can be used to supply the perfect lighting.

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