From a non-designer’s point of view, product and interior design are all about shapes and combinations, which result in beauty and comfort. Well, to a large degree it’s true. Nearly each furniture piece is made of a combination of materials and creating design of a room involves combining a variety of things – furniture, lighting fixtures, carpets, and the like.
In a nutshell, choosing the right combination needs refined taste and a sense of proportion. Bellavista Collection, a renowned brand that designs and produces Italian luxury furniture, is well-known for judicious combinations of materials used for its pieces. Look at any option for any furniture piece at the brand’s website, and you’ll realize that wood, metal, marble, glass, and leather are combined so masterfully that the item is perceived as an inseparable whole.
When producing a furniture piece, more than one material is used as a rule. There are exceptions, though: a few furniture pieces from Bellavista Collection are made of just one material. All metal BATISTA and all marble PENCHINO coffee tables are good examples. Nevertheless, most of the brand’s furniture is made of two or more materials – for example, of wood and metal, of wood, metal, and upholstery material, and the like.
Combining metals and wood species in an optimal way is a very interesting yet tricky ask. From hundreds of species that could be used for producing furniture, Bellavista craftsmen chose about a dozen. Bellavista Collection uses the cherry-picked selection of woods, from time-honored oak, which has been widely used in furniture making since antiquity, to smart-looking exotic species like rosewood and ebony.
Along with naturally-colored woods, such as oak and American walnut, stained woods are used – in order to enlarge the number of colors and shades available. Honey-colored champagne stained oak, …Continue Reading