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Classical beds reinterpreted with contemporary lines, by Meridiani

Classical beds reinterpreted with contemporary lines by Meridiani

It seems that the people from Meridiani want us to try the beds of various celebrities and invite us to relax a bit in these classical beds with the name of Thurman, Bogart, Yoko, Bergman or Bardot.

These labels do nothing but argue that these creations have their own personality, full of refinement and elegance. Meridiani was born from the passion of the designer Laura Ferraro Crosti starting  from a simple idea to design collections of furnishings with classic themes reinterpreted in contemporary styles with modern lines. The designer proposed herself to make products that can withstand time and which can convey a sophisticated yet relaxed elegance. The Meridiani’s bed collection reinterprets the classic through the prism of the new fashion trends  and creates a recognizable design. The beds have a distinguished style by an inspired  classic and a personality which doesn’t  become prey to transient trends. For the followers of classic style, minimalist, luxurious and refined we offer you Meridiani images.

Classical beds reinterpreted with contemporary lines by Meridiani (

Classical beds reinterpreted with contemporary lines by Meridiani

Classical beds reinterpreted with contemporary lines by Meridiani

Classical beds reinterpreted with contemporary lines by Meridiani

Classical beds reinterpreted with contemporary lines by Meridiani

 Classical furniture reinterpreted with contemporary lines by Meridiani

Classical furniture reinterpreted with contemporary lines by Meridiani

Classical furniture reinterpreted with contemporary lines by Meridiani

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