Minimaluxury Designs from Miist

October 04, 2018

Miisty-Eyed in Milan

Miist is a new furniture brand founded by designer Alex Baser, who creates the designs in Milan with manufacturing in Turkey.  The collection features sleek, minimalist lines with a dash of design flair, imbuing the products with a sense of refinement and warmth.  Some of the products, such as the Naive console and the Otto table, have a strong sculptural presence and would no doubt light up the rooms they are placed in.  The generous use of luxurious materials such as marble and brass adds further to their appeal.  Aficionados of minimalist designs will no doubt be misty-eyed with desire.  

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Go for minimalist designs with a dash of sculptural flair with the Element table from Desalto, the Jamaica stool from BD Barcelona Design and the Tailor sofa from Menu.

Element Dining Table - Rectangle   Jamaica Stool   Tailor Sofa

 

Minimalist lighting can look spectacular.  Try the Cellight Octa from Frederik Roije, the Olvidada chandelier from BD Barcelona Design and the Core table lamp from New Works.

Cellight Octa   Olvidada Chandelier Suspension Light   Core Table Lamp

 

For accessories with a luxurious touch look try the Florida bowl from Ghidini 1961,  the Monuments magazine holder from Menu and the Spire metal wall hook from Finell

Florida Bowl   Monuments Magazine Holder   Spire Metal Wall Hook


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