Is there a more pleasant feeling than closing the door behind you and being at home? We are greeted by the entrance hall, a true calling card that gives a preview of the style and general atmosphere of the whole house, especially if it leads to one of the main areas: the kitchen. Here are some ideas on how to separate the rooms in an original way!
A large, welcoming and tidy entrance hall knows no obstacles with the Fluida system, a fully customisable partition wall which runs horizontally and vertically using elements designed specifically to make the most of the flexible dimensions and various compartment openings, namely, open-fronted for bookcases, or with flap doors, bottom-hinged flap doors or pull-out baskets.
The composition adapts to the various style and space requirements, for a truly impressive “now you see me now you don’t” effect.
Even if the entrance hall is small, it can still impress your guests: how? The Exclusiva project is astonishing due to the uniqueness of the finishes and the quality of the materials used.
One example is the wall-mounted base units in Plaster-coloured leather, supported by a geometric design in chrome-finish. Not to mention the Stopsol mirror, which also features a special decorative motif that not only catches the eye of the person entering, but also alters the visual perception of the space, making it appear larger.
Another solution is the large Luxury mirror, in White matt lacquered with a back light, which dominates the Pearl Grey leather doors, combined with the Mink matt lacquered top and side panels.
All of which is embellished with accessories and personal items that embody the perfect mix of hospitality and creativity demanded by the entrance hall, revealing even more about the master and chef of the house.
It is not just the red rug that welcomes guests: from vegetable silk to wool, from a plain colour to geometric patterns, an unmistakable Scavolini rug is all that is needed to warmly welcome every guest and guide them towards the kitchen.