Being a recognized designer and producer of Italian luxury furniture, Bellavista Collection regularly participates in the Salone Internazionale del Mobile. Each time this brand presents its showpieces as an organized collection, which is perceived as a whole
The Feel of a Real Home
Bellavista Collection has long been making the most of this approach. The brand’s exhibitor booth at the Salone usually resembles an apartment, chic-looking yet comfy, where everyone would be glad to live. Every piece, from sofas and armchairs to lamps, mirrors, and decorative elements serves this very purpose.
The exhibitor booth is divided into several zones, such: a living-room area, a bedroom, etc. They are separated using various structures that can serve as space partitioners, like headboards, boiserie and curtains.
What is more, the group of items, prepared for a particular edition of the Salone, is in line with some general idea.
This year, the general concept has everything to do with laconicism and minimalism.
Although Bellavista style is all about timeless elegance of simple lines and neutral colors, this furniture collection is created with a special emphasis on these characteristics. By focusing on clean, minimalistic designs, these furniture pieces exude a sense of sophistication and timelessness.
Ingenious Simplicity and Beautiful Functionality
Bellavista Collection has always preferred focusing on timeless beauty to following ever-changing trends of fashion. That is why, brilliant designs by Attilio Zanni, the brand’s co-founder and chief designer, never go out of vogue.
Bellavista proudly calls itself an Italian company; each piece is made in Italy from A to Z. The brand sprouted from a family-owned private workshop that cherishes centuries-old traditions of local cabinet makers.
There is one more thing that makes Bellavista Collection’s display at the Salone stand out: the brand successfully combines time-proven bestsellers with newly designed items, creating a cohesive and visually pleasing whole. This year’s collection is no exception.
Current and Future Bestsellers at the Salone del Mobile 2023
T-TENGO tall cabinet is a part of TRATTO capsule collection, created in collaboration with Centropolis Design – the studio from Milan, well-known for its exclusive lighting solutions for interior design projects. Design by Andrea Castejon.
MICHELANGELO dining table belongs to the recently created small collection of tables named Michelangelo e I Preziosi. This collection, whose name means ‘Precious’ in English, unites several tables, decorated with marble and semi-precious stones like malachite, tiger’s eye and amethyst.
The base and the round top of MICHELANGELO table are made of the finest kind of Carrara marble, named Statuario. Famous sculptors, including Michelangelo Buonarotti, chose this stone for their masterpieces.
A free-standing wardrobe HAMILTON belongs to the 2020/2021 collection. Its structure, made of natural solid wood, is veneered with carbone larch, while the outer sides of its doors are covered with Bellavista Nuances finish. The handles on these doors, made of cast brass with an antique bronze finish, bear an image of a four-leaf clover – a symbol of good luck. The handles of the drawer unit are decorated with an engraved outline of a hippopotamus, Bellavista Collection’s mascot.
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