The Charming Wilderness Of Patagonia In A Dining Room Near You
Capturing the charming wilderness of Patagonia and transforming it into pure interior design bliss is no easy task. However, Covet Collection has been a breath of fresh air that takes inspiration from several sources, including the Nature that surrounds us. The Patagonia Collection, with all of its shapes, materials, is inspired not only by the Marble Cathedral but by the Patagonia region and its rich history as well. Patagonia marble turns these items into a cohesive and exciting collection of carefully selected items. Come inside, we are waiting for you in the dining room.
The Patagon Round Dining Table culminates the inspiration for the overall Patagonian Collection. The interesting and unique foot of the table, with little globes representing each archipelago, glacier, landmass, and city in the Patagonian region. A circular Patagonian marble top is the culmination of this homage, while the champagne lacquered foot represents the region’s individuality and natural beauty.
The Valdés Peninsula has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Place for its global significance as a site for marine animal conservation, where its shape and crystal-clear water served as the inspiration for the Valdés Console. An enormous round mirror combined with a dark walnut top, over two sublime designed legs. Beautifully crafted and naturally inspired.
Jute rug is a modern and neutral piece made of botanic silk, with a soft presence and an even softer touch. With a pattern and texture similar to the weaving from the traditional Brazilian jute bags used for carrying and for the storage of coffee beans.
Supernova Chandelier was born from the cataclysmic explosion of a massive star. The instant of a bright starburst that was suspended into a fascinating lighting design. Supernovas can briefly outshine entire galaxies and radiate more energy than our sun will in its entire lifetime. The suspended brass particles of Supernova Chandelier will offer you a timeless, brightest, and magnificent setting.
What do you think about this Patagonia-inspired dining room?