Salone del Mobile di Milano

I knew the beauty, the quality and the innovation I would find in every booth would mesmerize me but, deliberately I didn’t want to know much more than this. I did not want to make a plan. Visit this fair was a dream and I simply wanted to be a kid in Disneyland!

The thing is that the event is not big. It is beyond huge and it is humanly impossible to see everything that the more than 2.000 exhibitors have to offer. Between established and emerging designers, the event covers all trends and launches in kitchens, bathrooms and in the main category it splits into classic, design and xLux unveiling the latest in bedrooms, living rooms, dining rooms and all pieces of furniture and décor.

I could have wandered only through the main category pavilions for weeks, and if in one hand what I saw was much better than my dreams, on the other hand, I will surely come back and definitely spend more time at the emerging design section where young people are stealing the show.

More than ever, design becomes really democratic, and one can perceive many trends out there as far as aesthetic is concerned, but one thing clearly in common within every work is the pursuit of the human factors and the comfort design. In a world so uncertain and so unsafe, a home should be more and more a safe harbor for the body, the soul and the eyes.

Bellow, I want to share with you things that really inspired me for “real projects.”

outdoor chair

Outdoor that should be indoor, Spanish Design, POINT

il tavollo

Il Tavolo with space for plants, pure Italian Design, RIVA 1920

stools for teenagers

When stools for teenagers can be a great conversation starters. Ferrimobili

rolf benz

Roundness perfection at Rolf Benz, German design


The best of Austrian Design, BULLFROG, #myhumbleopinion

Bullfrog 2

The best of Austrian Design, Baboo Chair, BullFrog


The dream vanity at Flou

dream carpet
dream carpet 2

The dreamed carpet transformed into a dreamed pillow, Walter K


The perfect small desk, Cattelan Italia


Desk and Vanity by Bontempi


A fresh approach by Naturedesign


You can never go wrong with mirrors. By Driade

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