Shades of Wood to Warm the Home

The charm of a timeless material such as wood can create around the home cozy and familiar atmospheres. Frigerio welcomes the cool-weather months with a selection of wood furniture from “The Flow” collection.

Deep shades of brown inhabit the living area, declined in proposals that find their natural place in elegant and sophisticated environments. Wood grains reveal the uniqueness of seats and coffee tables that reveal their personality in the vibrant shades of brown that characterize them.

The pieces of furniture in the Huli family, the Cecile chair and Mocki side table system by Federica Biasi, along with the Andorea coffee table by Riccardo Frigerio amaze with fine craftsmanship and extreme attention to detail, between classic tradition and contemporary design.

Huli: A Bench and Chair with Contemporary Flair

Following the success of the lounge chair, the stool and bench join the Huli family of complements, which with their curved structures are proposed as an extension of the collection, echoing its characteristic weave. The refined Huli bench tells of the passion for quality and detail that unites Frigerio and Federica Biasi. The frame is offered in two solid woods: canaletto walnut or ash in the colors of the Frigerio collection and a rope weave for traditional product workmanship with a distinctly contemporary flavor.

Cecile: A Versatile Armchair

Federica Biasi consolidates its collaboration with Frigerio with range expansions but also with new proposals. The Cecile armchair, characterized by a solid wood frame, is offered in two versions, with a woven paper cord seat, or upholstered covered in fabric or leather, standing out as a versatile proposal, perfect for any room.

The slender round-section frame that supports the seat and back reveals the skillful craftsmanship of the woodwork. Thanks to the cleanliness of its lines and the two variants in the catalog, Cecile stands out as a versatile proposal, capable of adapting to any context.

The Moki: Tables Expressed in Form

Textural play and coincidence of shapes: the Mocki collection of small tables features an ash wood frame composed of elliptical-shaped legs, on which rests the top, available either oval or round, in Seminato, marble or wood coordinated with the frame. A balance of finishes and round shape, the Mocki coffee table expresses the idea of a living room that can reveal its personality in refined details.

Andorra: A Coffee Table with Personality

Riccardo Frigerio designs Andorea, a simple piece of furniture that finds its defining feature in the details. The coffee table, designed for the living area, features geometric shapes and a dynamic design, a monolithic wooden element characterized by the irregular surface that stands at a precise point creating a slight curvature that reveals the dynamic nature of the product. A proposal with a contemporary and strong character, the square or rectangular monobloc coffee tables can be declined in Canaletto walnut or ash, while the particular dynamic riser is designed for use as a bookrest.


Shades of Wood to Warm the Home

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