Minimal Coziness

Minimalist living essentials reminiscent of the 50s paired with the warmth of natural woods

Minimalist living essentials reminiscent of the 50s paired with the warmth of natural woods.

1_Côté Table

Laurel Chair

Côté Table’s ‘Laurel’ chair. A wooden chair reminiscent of the lightness of the Scandinavian design, the ‘hygge style’, whose idea is to indulge in the comfort, tranquillity, natural materials and simple colours. *In-stock, in the showroom*

Côté Table

2_Vibieffe

Sit Up Sofa

‘Sit Up’ is an innovative and versatile model, designed to interpret the infinite possibilities of relaxation. It consists of sofas with armrests, end elements, and is also equipped with an emery leather top. Its main feature is the possibility to raise the sides of the seat with a special device.

Vibieffe

3_Flamant

Table Dijon

Think outside the square oblong and oval. The Dijon dining table is an exultant interplay of curves and lines, rethinking your dining experience in a visually impressive oval shape. Enhanced by the beauty of the solid oak natural grain, the matte finish to the table gives the oak a slightly weathered look and feel.

Flamant
Flamant

4_Manuel Larraga Sofia Pouf

‘Sofia’ Pouf

‘Sofia’ by Manuel Larraga is an elegant pouf characterized by button-padded, leather upholstery. It expresses a spirit somewhere between minimalist chic and the elegance of the ancient royal style. A soft cloud of princely Spanish design supported by a solid base in lacquered metal, while the structure is formed by Poplar and Fir wood.

Minimalist living essentials reminiscent of the 50s paired with the warmth of natural woods
Manuel Larraga Sofia Pouf

5_Versmissen

‘Bibli’ Hanging Book Case

Versmissen’s hanging bookcase ‘BIBLI’ has a graphical, minimalist design. Inspired by everything, Versmissen has developed a distinctive and exclusive style in contemporary furniture, and specialise in interiors, in which different cultures, materials and styles blend together. *All items shown are in-stock*

Versmissen
Versmissen

6_GUBI

Grräshoppa Floor Lamp

The iconic floor lamp, first produced in 1957, was designed by Greta Grossman whose original designs are highly collectable. The tubular steel tripod stand tilts backwards and the elongated aluminium conical shade is ball-jointed onto the arm, so light can be directional, yet the glare is minimal. The Gräshoppa Floor Lamp is available in new striking colours.

Grräshoppa Floor Lamp

7_Hubsch

Hubsch Sideboard

This natural oak Hubsch Sideboard has a luxurious Scandinavian look with a simple design that is reminiscent of the 1950s. Its clean lines, rounded corners and sliding doors for better storage space, is an excellent piece to combine with different living styles to apply in every living room, hall or room.

Hubsch

All available from LOFT, Naxxar.

www.loft.com.mt

 

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