Surfaces galore

Classy materials, such as leather, marble, velvet and precious metals, set the tone in Milan. The colour scheme embraces dark shades, like brown, black or dark grey. Timbers too are primarily dark. Accent colours are applied in muted, matt tones, such as crimson or fir green. The use of glass doors conjures transparency.

Framed glass

Glass doors framed in filigree metal frames give furniture a transparent, light and airy feel.

Marble

Dark marble is the trend material for tables and cabinet furniture.

  • Integrated bar compartments are frequently used.

Velvet

Velvet brings a particularly sumptuous look to sofas, armchairs and furniture fronts.

  • With one movement of the hand, this velvety sofa magically transforms into a bed.

    With one movement of the hand, this velvety sofa magically transforms into a bed.

Subdued colours

Matt crimson, fir green, cognac and mustard yellow provide a subtle touch of colour.

  • Appearing to float, these drawers in dark wood move with silky smooth easiness on Quadro runners.

Leather

This high quality material not only looks classy on upholstered furniture but also on fronts and drawers.

Metallic

Metallic surfaces and real metals add highlights to decoration, lamps and furniture.

Dark timbers

Dark wooden fronts look elegantly understated and classy.

  • Heavily laden drawers let the Quadro drawer runner show exactly what it can do.

  • The Sensys hinge in obsidian black goes perfectly with this dark carcase.

    The Sensys hinge in obsidian black goes perfectly with this dark carcase.

  • Quadro runners also cut a fine figure in the desk drawer.

  • Hiding behind this classy looking dark wooden front there's a bed.

    Hiding behind this classy looking dark wooden front there's a bed.

Pattern mix

A combination of different patterns and materials excites the eye.

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