Home Decor Ideas already showed you the top brands exhibiting in Salone del Mobile 2014, but now it’s time to reveal the products launched for the first time at Milan Design Week.

All these items made a great success at the show and have been featured in the most recognized design magazines. Let’s check them out right away.


Tom Dixon

Pivot collection


Awarded at Maison et Objet Paris 2014 as “The Designer of year 2014″, Tom Dixon is presenting a new line of furniture, lighting and accessories under the theme of ‘Club’.

Describing the collection’s traditional source of influence, Tom Dixon says “A misspent youth spent in the London warehouse club scene, and a more recent series of experimental interiors designed for the new breed of private clubs are the reasons why we have chosen to reinvigorate the fabled British members club into a futuristic social environment.”

A series of drawn and sharply upholstered silhouettes, ‘the pivot collection‘  consists of a high-back chair, a low-back chair and a bar stool – all made with internal metal frame, molded foam upholstery and rotating die-cast aluminum base. One perfect option for your living room decorating ideas, don’t you think?

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Emeco by Nendo

SU collection

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Emeco has launched the ‘SU collection’ of stools and tables designed in collaboration with Nendo, at the 2014 salone del mobile. The furniture range features precise engineering and is made of reclaimed and recycled materials discovered through ongoing exploration of eco-conscious resources. SU seats come in three different materials. They proved that design can be environmentally friendly and in the same time sophisticated. All the chair in fair can be used in your home, you just need to be creative and put your decorating ideas without limits.


Bottega Veneta

Home collection (evolution)


Bottega Veneta creative director Tomas Maier presented the fashion brand’s latest home collection during Milan’s Salone del Mobile.

The latest collection, presented during Milan’s Salone del Mobile, shows the evolution of this carefully considered collection. Rather than re-inventing the wheel, Maier has filled out the collection’s existing families and reworked hero pieces in new materials and finishing. Some pieces are more rustic, others more refined, but each one is versatile, functional and beautifully crafted to last a lifetime, that make a perfect choice to your ideas for decorating your dining table.



Spellbound cabinet


Koket is an interior design brand that always make us travel to a feminine world of fantasy. The innate desire to seduce and entice its devotees is perfectly illustrated in the Guilty Pleasures & Exotic Opulence Collections.

Surrounded by a “Radiant Orchid” atmosphere, Koket’s booth exhibited the Spellbound cabinet adorned with a lace-like veil of metal flowers and branches. It has been featured as a mystic cabinet, its magical sense is designed by its beautiful metal organic lace, revealing a mesmerizing hint of what lies beneath.

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