Evocative colors, fashion details and African influences. Waiting to present its new collection at the Salone del Mobile.2021, Roberto Cavalli Home Interiors unveils a special preview: The Wild Living - an evocative and emblematic setting that tells the passage of Roberto Cavalli Home Interiors from a glamorous proposal, based on a soft and delicate color palette and abstract patterns, to a style more consistent with the brand's heritage.
A living room that recalls the African atmospheres, where the natural inspiration which has always been part of the brand DNA explodes into a kaleidoscope of patterns, tones and decorations with direct references to the animal world. The color palette is based on a range of warm shades recalling the savannah and the African lands, paired with gold for a luxurious twist. The animal patterns, in their pure and natural version, are combined with precious materials, while the reference to the fashion world is expressed in the tailoring, creating an eclectic and versatile mix in perfect Roberto Cavalli Home Interiors style.
Center stage of the living room, sofa and armchair of the Clifton line capture the attention with their scenographic appeal and their welcoming shapes. Upholstered in nubuck, these pieces of furniture steal their warm orange hue from the sand dunes of the desert, combining it with the pure animalier of the Tigresse velvet covering the cushions of the sofa and the back of the armchair, to create a sensual and fascinating whole. Along the external structure, both pieces feature a “spiga” quilting that evokes the creased effect of the brand fashion collections.
Refinement and creative versatility are also found in the Tifnit armchair, a piece of furniture in which soft and sensual shapes and evocative materials meet. The velvet upholstery with Tigresse print refers to the passion for exotic nature that has always distinguished the brand, while the gold reflections of the external structure and feet lend the armchair a bright and luxurious accent.
In the new “Wild Living” by Roberto Cavalli Home Interiors, each piece of furniture tells a story. Starting from their name, a tribute to the well-known Kenyan town, the Watamu tables remind of emotions and sensations from colonial time
The essential lines of the two elements that compose each table are enriched by the exuberant and sophisticated decorativism. One of the two parts is in fact in animalier laser-cut metal dark bronze finishing, while the other one is in glossy Carbalho wood. A precious essence whose special grain recreates a snake skin pattern.
Source: Jumbo Group
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