If the living room is the heart of the house, the Sofa Moritz by Tosconova is the heart of this elegant living space. Characterized by its simple yet refined lines, sinuous shapes, and a soft white Lugano fabric upholstery, the Moritz sofa exudes comfort, luxury, and serenity, and even more: its Anice wooden structure adds elegance and, above all, warmth to the neutral palette, creating a thread of enveloping sensations with the Canaletto walnut wooden structure of the Tazio small table, which features a fine and irregular glass surface, and the Lungarno library, an elegant piece of furniture in its shape and dynamic in its structure of drawers and shelves.
Rediscovering these shared features in each piece of furniture is what makes the space feel welcoming and harmonious. It’s also what transforms the living room designed by Tosconova into the perfect environment for our lives.
This deliberate play of perfect connections comes to life inside the expansive carpet by Tosconova, the Cubotto pouf in Maiori fabric, and through the elegant cushions. Even the use of metal and marble materials, reinterpreted in the Tosconova round Brass ST table, is a fully intentional part of the neutral palette, adding an interesting tactile dimension to it.
The yellow color stands out: despite its association with earthy and neutral tones, its presence in this living room has a different purpose. As both the Feng Shui philosophy and Tosconova support, yellow symbolizes ‘creativity and optimism’ in the home decor vocabulary. It integrates itself into the space much like a vivid oxymoron does within a phrase: creating a harmonious contrast with the all-white aesthetic and drawing attention to positive emotions such as happiness. Alternatively, if the choice is blue, it invokes peacefulness, or even a sense of determination when we opt for red. This gives life to a repeatable design formula that can be customized according to the emotions we wish to celebrate.
The color yellow is worn by the Matisse table lamp, a design piece created in collaboration with Ceramiche Pecchioli company, and the armchair Witton by Tosconova, characterized by a distinct brass structure, the Giotto velvet coating and iconic buttons, combined to create a highly comfortable and visually striking design element. The same velvet is also echoed in the only yellow pillow of the room.