Mango Colour – The Exotic Trend Design You Need

Mango Colour - The Exotic Trend Design You Need

Mango Colour: A very juicy and exotic fruit it is already special on its own, so special that its name can represent something in another field. The national fruit of India gave the name to one of the main trends for Fall/Winter Season.

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Mango is also the colour of desire and sensuality – a bold colour capable of bringing the sensation of heat, and above all increase the feeling of happiness and satisfaction. In nature, it is the colour of vivid sunsets and fire.

Today we bring you products that can turn your interior design into a true tropical space without losing one bit of sophistication or elegance. Heat your project with these projects.

As one of the most ancient tribes in the world, Batak has a very rich culture and compelling traditions. Inspired by this, our designers created the BATAK Velvet Chair, a totally upholstered chair that has a light structure yet is full of personality. This barrel chair promises to spice up any living room set.

In ancient manuscripts, messages were written on vellum, a fine and translucent material. Featuring a top in glossy hammered aged brass and a base in Nero Marquina marble, every story you create in your home will be highlighted by the warmth of VELLUM Floor Light. Pair this brass floor lamp with an accent chair and relax with your latest read.

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Sika is a deer specimen rooted in Japan whose strength and elegance inspired SIKA Wingback Sofa. The most distinctive features of this wing sofa are the button detailing on the inner back, the nailhead trim and the brass details of the arms. That is why SIKA high-back sofa fits a strong living room set.

Himba is a southern Angola tribe, who lives in a land isolated by deserts and mountains and dresses in strictly traditional ways. Himba is famous for its beautiful women painted with ochre and long tresses wrapped in red clay. They have an extreme capacity to survive in hard conditions, a remarkable feature from where HIMBA is born: a strong, powerful, red coloured rug made from hand-knotted thin wool, taking to your home the warm sensations of Africa.


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