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Majestic Products for Your Living Room Decoration by Top Designers

Today we bring you some tips for your living room decoration, Here are some of the designers and brands with the most astonishing products that are already settling as some of the 2019 interior design trends.


See also: iSaloni 2019: The Best Ideas for Dining and Living Rooms

Jonathan Adler

Bacharach Sofa by Jonathan Adler

Jonathan Adler is always up-to-date with the interior design trends, and his 2019 collection is no exception. A great example is the Bacharach Sofa, a stunning piece upholstered in a deep blue velvet, that combines several trends in just one product: mid-century design, velvet fabric and jewel tones. Featuring curved metal supports and fluid modern forms, this sofa is the definition of luxury, while being cosy enough to make you want to watch TV in it.



Fitzroy Sofa is one of the newest products by BRABBU. It’s inspired by Mount Fitz Roy, a mountain in Patagonia, whose name is a tribute to Robert FitzRoy, the captain of the ship that transported Charles Darwin in his travels around the world. This curved sofa, with its back inspired by the outstanding mountain shape, is fully upholstered in cotton velvet and the base is in matte casted brass.

Nate Berkus

Matteo Armchair by Nate Berkus, Living Spaces and Jeremiah Brent

Nate Berkus has collaborated with endless interior design brands, but the more recent collaboration was with Living Spaces, along with his partner Jeremiah Brent. The couple created an exquisite upholstery collection that was inspired by their many travels around the world. One of our favourite pieces is the Matteo Armchair, that follows the neutral palette trend. This chair takes inspiration from 1930s France, as well as modern-day California, with a curved shelter-style frame, button tufting and sleek metal legs.

Kelly Hoppen

Lacquer Dining Table by Kelly Hopper

Kelly Hopper’s signature style goes along perfectly with the neutral palette and natural materials interior design trends, like this Lacquer Dining Table that would certainly be an impressive feature in your home. Crafted from strong lacquered wood, this simple but striking design is further enhanced by the high shine gloss finish which emphasises the geometric frame and statuesque form to perfection.

Jean Nouvel

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Ami-Verre Bookcase by Jean Nouvel

Jean Nouvel is considered one of the world’s most innovative architects and product designers. The Ami-Verre Bookcase is one of the architect’s latest creations, being made up of several pieces of 10 mm tempered glass. It has a unique modular system, so you can customize it in different configurations. The structure is reinforced and stabilized with metallic strengthening elements positioned in the joints. This bookcase is the perfect piece for any minimalist decor.

Philippe Starck

Philippe Starck

Starck has a big mission: that a creation, whatever form it may take, must improve the lives of as many people as possible. That’s why his recent collaboration with Cassina is so important. The designer created a furniture collection for the brand that was upholstered in a vegan alternative to leather, that is also much more sustainable. The amazing black sofa goes along with black and minimalist interior design trends.

Alberto Pinto Studio

Queluz Cabinet by Alberto Pinto Studio

The Alberto Pinto Studio is now run by his sister Linda Pinto, that carries the task of keeping his legacy alive. The Queluz Cabinet is one of our favourite pieces by the designer, going along with the geometric trend. With doors decorated with two semi-discs in gouged and patinated brass, sheathing of parchment and glossy black lacquer. The tray and legs are in solid brass.

Patricia Urquiola

Liquefy Extension Table by Patricia Urquiola

Patricia Urquiola works with a lot of known furniture companies such as Molteni or Boffi. Urquiola’s work is widely known to be playful and poetic, yet pragmatic and functional, a creative combination that is the magic behind her pieces. She comes and goes through conventional time – rethinking, reinventing, and creating new. One of her latest creations is the Liquefy Extension Tables, made out of tempered extralight glass with a veined and organic decoration that resembles marble.

Studio Piet Boon

ELLA Living Series by Studio Piet Boon

Studio Piet Boon is a household name in the interior design industry, recognized for its many design services and remarkable talent of balancing aesthetics and functionality into an unforgettable design experience. One of the novelties by the studio is the ELLA living series, composed of sofas, chairs and chaise-longues. All the pieces are connected thanks to the hand-shaped bronze legs that give it an artisanal touch.

Antonio Citterio

Ribes by Antonio Citterio

The acclaimed designer Antonio Citterio has launched an outdoor collection in partnership with B&B Italia. Featuring a textile design inspired by traditional South American fabrics, Ribes is a flexible new outdoor seating system that can be customized to different settings and tastes.


See also: Inspirations From Your Living Room Directly from iSaloni 2019

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