Aubine Duclos. Living Room. November 10th , 2017.
The history of houses as we know them today began back in prehistoric days. Back then people used to live in trees. They then moved into caves and later they started building shelters. With time, they began to create more elaborate designs and to make larger and stronger houses for their families. By the 1500s we already had houses that were 3 or 4-stories high.
Small space design at its finest, Boxetti is back with the ultimate modular living room furniture set – an entire collection of designs including storage units, stools, side and coffee tables packed (as always) into a single sleek white-and-orange box. Regular readers who have seen some great works by Boxetti before: this is the final piece, the last in the series to round out a convertible contemporary furniture collection that (combined) could be used to outfit an entire apartment, condo or small home.
You can pick one color to use as an accent in the living room and incorporate it using a variety of patterns. Although each with their own unique design, the elements will be linked through color.
This living room features an extensive wall unit that provides more than enough storage space. It is a functional choice that solves the storage problem and also maintains the decor clean and airy. For the rest of the room, the accent falls on texture and the colors are kept neutral for the same reasons.
Guests can choose their desired mode and the ring rotates the appropriate module downwards. Luxury, style and ecology are effortlessly provided in the Living Roof. A new urban retreat, a refuge to recover, plan excursions into the city, or simply stare into the stars.
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