Mid-Century Interiors for Design and Style Lovers – The Mid-century style is inspired by the most iconic pieces designed by known names like Ray Eames, Arne Jacobsen and Harry Bertoia.
The Mid-century style is inspired by the most iconic pieces designed by known names like Ray Eames, Arne Jacobsen and Harry Bertoia. This style is a modern reflection of the Bauhaus movement, using simple shapes and mixing artistic lines with the functionality of the product. The Mid-century style uses elements of the industrial production and materials like glass, metal, concrete and wood. Nature is also a very important element in this style. Every space is fluid and has a harmonious integration between Nature and the industrial elements and materials.
Thinking about the perfect creation. Being inspired can be tough at times, especially for those who are in charge of balancing between the art and science of enhancing the interiors in order to achieve a healthier and more aesthetically pleasing environment for the end user. Understanding the perfect experience for each interior design project is the key to success. Dream divisions are conceived by those able of planning, researching and putting in real life their visions, the storytellers, who write their biographies through fabrics, furniture and exquisite elements. In Interior Design, luxury is in very detail. A mixture between what’s real and simply our imagination flowing, the most simplicity of thoughts and experiences, our inspiration emerges into creating the perfect division. Covet House collection is a movement into inspiring yourself for creating the perfect division. With a curated selection of the finest projects and materials, feel involved by the ultimate tool to boost your inspiration.
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