Creating a home where everyone feels comfortable and relaxed is a valuable goal to aim for when considering how to arrange interiors.
If there is a design available that can point towards a certain individuality of taste and unique style, it can help to show off a truly discerning nature.
Here at Homecolours we love to highlight captivating and inimitable homeware designs. When it comes to unusual styles in homeware production, there is no label quite like the Italian firm Seletti.
The company’s latest collaboration with the designer Marcantonio is entitled Sending Animals.
The set of side tables with incorporated storage and display drawers captures the outline and form of three well known animals. Delightful in its one-off nature, the set is a great example of a rare combination of artfulness and home storage.
The above Seletti Sending Animals Goose Side Table, White is sure to make a distinct impression wherever it is used. Made from fine quality natural coloured wood with stamps and stickers included, the table is inspired by old wine crates.
Taking on the shape of a goose, the side table is a fun and individual way to store items away. The side table has two drawers suitable for anything from dining room equipment to toys and games.
Another fine feature of the collection is that, like the animals that inspired it, it is made up of three different sizes. The three could be grouped together (see cover image) to make a striking statement.
The above Seletti Sending Animals Pig Side Board beautifully brings out a carefully crafted porcine shape. With a combination of shelves and drawers, the piece brings valuable space for storage in any room. Bedrooms, kitchens and hall ways could all be tidied up in style by using the distinctive side board piece.
Largest of the animals collection is the Seletti Sending Animals Cow Side Board, White. Also making use of different sizes of shelves and drawers, the furniture unite is part side table and part storage unit.
Marcantonio always employs an imaginative and playful approach to design work. In this collection, the artist is attempting to examine human’s relationship with animals. The fact that the production of the tables is based on shipping containers puts a special emphasis on the thought provoking nature of the work.
Guaranteed to be a conversation starter, the fascinating collection could bring a new artistic energy to any interior.