Furniture that looks and feels great
Appearances matter, as they say. But when it comes to interior design, there’s more to it than that. Furniture by Santalucia Mobili is also about feel. How so? Our unique tactile finishes decorate the surfaces with 3D relief designs. An original, creative way to furnish your home. In this article, we’ll be taking a closer look at Scult, Trial and Tissù. Prepare to be wowed!
Scult: 3D reliefs
This 3D finish features a reverse groove and is available in a wood grain or matt lacquer.
Scult is part of the Homy bedroom collection by Santalucia Mobili, where it carves out appeal and interest in the fronts of the Diciotto range unit.
Oppure, Scult can also be used as a decorative insert on wardrobe doors. For example, with the Fascia model, you can opt for a contrasting or tone-on-tone look.
Another option is to add the finish to the headboard side panels on the Maistro bed. Paired with wood, it creates a visual contrast between the traditional grain and the modern 3D effect.
Trial: optical texture
Trial is another 3D finish with a diamond-like relief pattern, reproducing a decorative pinhole effect on the surface.
Trial features on base-unit, wall-unit and sideboard fronts in Dandy living room designs by Ikona. This is no optical illusion. The finish turns these minimalist furniture designs into something original and sophisticated, both to see and feel. A splash of colour adds the final decorative touch.
Tissù: a woven fabric effect
The unique look of this finish is created by a woven fabric effect, ready to weave tactile and visual interest into your unit surfaces.
It features on the hinged wardrobe doors of the Tandem model in the form of a delicate geometric pattern, which creates subtle movement on these minimalist-look surfaces.
The sliding Liscia wardrobe doors can also be decorated with the textured Tissù finish, used alongside slim handles that alternate between the top and bottom sections of the door fronts.
For the full range of finishes, materials and colours, visit Santalucia Mobili’s Library and be inspired!