Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Brillante choice: Cappellini

Peacock chair 
This chair was created by the young Israeli designer Dror Benshetrit for Cappellini, Milan. It is made entirely with a single panel of two colors felt curled on a base of dark brown metal. The felt combines two-tone gray base with green, yellow or blue.  An elegant and fluid form, almost a sculpture, which respects function and aesthetics.I can see this chair magically enhancing any room of a house, giving life to a forgotten empty corner, I would also try a juxtaposition with an antique occasional table or an antique mirror above.

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Dale at Hospitality Design Inspirations said...

Very creative, I think it's adorable.

Karena said...

Absolutely fabulous!! I adore this design, brilliant.

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design traveller said...

Modern glamour boudoir style... great design.

Dovecote Decor said...

Is the felt itchy? I think it would be amazing next to an antique. I really need to woman up and find something modern for myself. I have many styles mixed, but have a complete void in modern.
P.S. my word verification word is "boring" do you think the universe is commenting on my taste?!

DesignTies said...

Wow, very cool!! It's a piece of furniture AND a piece of art -- I wouldn't be able to decide between sitting on it and staring at it :-)


Jim looking for stacking chair seat said...

Wow, congratulations, what a success RUE has become. It is very difficult to look for a magazine that contains everything that you want to look for especially home décor as many magazine features general home décor and not focus on one part of a home like picking the right stacking chair seat or something that is important. I like to congratulate RUE for the wonderful front cover; it is very professionally done and very interesting. I like online magazines because I am allergic with the paper that most newspapers and magazines used. I hope that RUE will stay longer and grow into a fashion con on home décor.

Filipa said...

Boca do Lobo usually gets inspiration from Cappellini and their wonderful pieces. The attention to detail and the exclusive feeling of this brand are an example to us all at Boca do Lobo.

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