A CHATEAU D’AX SOLUTION FOR EVERY HOME
Americans like the Lario region... and who wouldn’t want to visit the owner of this house furnished by Chateau d’Ax? We are in Laglio, in a villa overlooking the lake since 1948! Furnished simply and with great style, furnishings of refined design have been brought together in harmony with the rooms in this house.
An all white living room, lightened by the glossy lacquer finish of the doors and reflections of the landscape drawn into the house. Carlo is a composition created from the Fly system that in this house plays a part in creating the feel of this living room’s atmosphere.
LIMBO, THE SOFA SUSPENDED FROM DESIGN!
The sofas chosen for this house are from the Limbo range; an excellent solid structure and handcrafted construction add value to this product that is appreciated by all who try it. It is upholstered in white leather. Limbo is shown with the Banner coffee table, Murano rug and Nicole floor lamp.
FIRENZE, THE KITCHEN MARKS NEW HORIZONS
Firenze is the kitchen with polymer doors with a slatted finish, available in various types of wood. The handles are distinctive in that they are fully integrated within the surface of the door. Contemporary lines and high-tech details, along with a variety of surfaces that blend together to form a two-tone colour scheme: the wenge colour offers a contrast to the lacquered glass doors, which help to avoid unpleasant transparency but at the same time give the home a touch of modernity and a lighter feel.
ONE, TWO, FOUR! ADD AS MANY PLACES AS YOU WANT...
A minimal table with a lacquered glass top and glossy steel structure. It can be extended on one or both sides as desired to obtain the size needed for extra places to be added to the table. In this room it is accompanied by a long cupboard from the Fly system. Siattle chair, Murano rug, Martina arm lamp.
Every door leads you to discover a new room, a division of rooms marked by different designs on the floor. Here we are in the bedroom where the slatted design has been maintained but vertically on the wardrobe doors finished in wenge, an important wood that, as in the kitchen, offers a contrast to the white walls. This page shows the Carlo chest of five drawers; it is thinner and taller than a standard chest of drawers making it easy to place in even the smallest of spaces. All with a wenge finish.
FIFTY, WHITE LEATHER AND STEEL THE CONTRAST OF LUMINOSITY
Making the bed with ease, without having to bend down, is now possible thanks to the solution proposed by Chateau d’Ax. The base of the Fifty bed rises up to a height that makes bed making easy. The same mechanism makes it possible to use the base of the bed as a storage cupboard. On the right, note the detail of the generously proportioned headboard with classic, sinuous lines.