The Classic style identifies furniture and furnishing elements with shapes and matterials that recall the past, even though they have new design and production details that make them suitable to contemporary needs. The classical furniture is versatile and can satisfy all tastes and style preferences: Baroque, neoclassical, 18th century, English Renaissance or early Twentieth century, Gustavian or rustic, country, shabby chic; Provençal or colonial ethnic.
It can be essential, with linear and geometric forms, or have curved and cambered lines; It can be quite simple, have balanced and discreet decorative elements, or even look imposing and majestic, with ornaments, decorations and marquetry; It can be made with ash, fir or pine, or with finer woods such as mahogany, chestnut, oak, cherry or walnut.
It is ideal for important villas and luxury homes, country houses as well as lofts and flats, even in very modern structures. Stained or lacquered with top coats in neutral colors, pastel or bright, very matt or bright. Treated with antiquing patinas or aged using special glazes, it adapts to all environments.