Perfectly Porada – SA Decor & Design’s Top 5 Furniture Finds From Maldini
Italian design continues to break new ground with striking furniture offerings that impact the globe. Porada brings us a stylish collection of furniture for any living space, now available locally from agents Maldini.
Here we showcase five of our favourite picks from the latest Porada Collections.
A mix of wood and upholstery. This beautiful wood carved sofa offers a timeless yet classic aesthetic. Allison features a solid canaletta walnut frame and beautiful fabric upholstery with cushions and removable covers. The cushions are feather filled and it is possible to combine different fabrics for seat and cushions.
Designed by the award winning Carlo Ballabio, the Wendy Sofa is a new addition to Italian brand Porada’s luxurious range of contemporary furniture. Modern and sophisticated, the Wendy Sofa combines good looks and comfort, with its stylish capitonne (button backed) seat and solid Canaletta walnut wood frame, it is the perfect example of Porada’s attention to detail and quality craftsmanship.
The Jenny Side Table is designed by the highly regarded Stefano Bigi for Porada in Italy. This elegant round side table has a frame in solid Canaletta walnut (natural, stained moka or wenge) with shelves in a matching wood finish or matt lacquered in a range of colours.
The Kosmo is an elegant, contemporary console with a stunning carved wood base in solid Canaletta walnut which is mounted on a metal ring. The oval table top is in 10mm thick clear tempered glass.
The solid wood base can be left in natural wood, stained or matt lacquered in a range of colours, whilst the metal ring can be chosen in either chrome, grey pewter or black chrome.
The Micol Dressing Table, from luxury Italian brand Porada, is a stylish addition to their extensive range of bedroom furniture.
Made from beautiful Canaletta walnut there are 5 useful drawers as well as a cuoietto leather insert on the table top and conical brushed bronze brass legs.
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This article originally appeared in SA Decor & Design.