Reading Corner In New Delhi With Mariam Elmongy
Located in the suburbs of New Delhi, this new project, produced by Mariam Elmongy for Caffe Latte and Covet House, proves that simplicity is the secret weapon to ensure the quality of life and happiness at home. The reading corner that follows brings with it the most natural, but also purest inspirations of Japandi and Scandinavian design, in a clear functional and minimalist aesthetic, in which neutral tones pleasantly connect. Ready to discover this amazing reading corner? Stay with Covet Collection and recreate this look with our capsule pieces!
Ancud Sofa from the Patagonia Capsule Collection combines and transpires those exact characteristics. Known for its greenery and full-of-life terrains, Ancud has one of the most breathtaking landscapes in the world, which could only serve as the main inspiration for this exquisite sofa. Upholstered in a deep green velvet fabric, resembling the plant life exuding from the purest fields, and capitoné effect creates the same feel of the different elevations in the terrain. Perfect for this relaxing reading corner.
Steppe Armchair has a soft yet eye-catching presence. In physical geography, a steppe is an ecoregion characterized by grassland plains without trees apart from those near rivers and lakes, another very familiar landscape in Patagonia, which served as the inspiration for the natural curves and shapes of Steppe Armchair. A comfortable and appealing seating piece, upholstered in a soft moss green velvet and a subtle metal champagne foot.
As for the centrepiece, Slater Center Table. This amorphic center table, gathers its name from the art of creating thin sheets of rock. Expertly crafted, Slater Center Table consists of exactly four slates of Patagonia marble merged with refined metal champagne. Levelled in different dimensions to give a natural, organic vibe to your reading corner.
And because you always need some lighting pieces in your interior projects, we suggest Marmól Floor Lamp. The Marble Caves (also known as Cuevas de Mármol) situated on a solid marble peninsula in the Patagonian Andes are one of the most beautiful natural phenomenons in the world. These caves, carved with exceptional organic fluid shapes, were the inspiration behind the forms of the metal champagne and frosted white glass used all over this floor lamp. Also, the water reflecting on the walls of the caves was the reason behind the use of these two materials, imitating the different hues and shades reflected in the cave and creating a unique, eye-catching lighting piece for your reading corner.