GREEN, BLUE… TEAL!
At first it appeared as out of the ordinary colour on the fashion accessories, then it conquered clothes and finally came to the world of furnishings.
Let’s talk about one of the coolest shades of the moment: teal! This is a special blue-green tint, created in the late 1950s, whose name – perhaps because of its unstable and changing appearance – can also be associated to that of the antiknock component of common gasoline: octane. Whether it is a padded sofa, a furnishing or an occasional seat, there is no piece of design that has not yet undergone the intense and decisive charm of teal.
Ego sofa by Arketipo Firenze. Its geometric lines are based on oversized padded furniture from the ’80s.
Fifties chair by Calligaris, available in velvet or leather with metal structure. Adorably hipster!
Absolut sideboard by Cattelan Italia, with quilted leather lined doors.
Ideal for the home but also for the office, the Flow chair is produced by MDF Italia.
Designed by Giuseppe Viganò, the Shade sideboard by Bonaldo has a distinctive decorative pattern that makes it light and elegant.
The Collage Chester sofa by Ferruccio Laviani for Fratelli Boffi looks to the past.
The Oriental textured fabric with a blue-green background follows the latest trends in furniture.
On the occasion of the Salone del Mobile, the Eu/phoria chairs by Euenes were “dressed again” with alcantara fabrics.
A teal coloured version is among the special editions.
Colette chair by Baxter, designed by Roberto Lazzeroni.
Kabuki, a transparent polycarbonate suspension lamp by Kartell.
Sedia 646 Leggera by Cassina. Gio Ponti’s project for this solid Ash wood chair has been preserved for years in the company’s archives.
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