Jumbo Collection at Salone del Mobile 2024


Jumbo Collection returns to the Salone del Mobile.Milano with a refined exhibition space

The scenic layout features an entrance hall, a central salon, a dining room with sitting room, a bedroom and a workspace. In these rooms, Jumbo Collection celebrates its classical héritage with a bright and elegant proposal, enriched by numerous hand-carved Louis XVI-style elements and neoclassical decorations such as garlands, bows, rosettes and curls. Nobly crafted damask motifs decorate the seats and backs of the furniture, while the finishes, including gold leaf work, lend a bright note to the light and ethereal colour palette, dominated by soft colours such as white, shiny gold, grey and light wood essences. The paintings on the walls enrich the setting, emphasising the timeless mood of the room.

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At the entrance to the stand, the French-style Triomphe central table with a light Namibia marble top, two carved Étreinte armchairs and the gilded Shogun console welcome visitors, introducing them to a large neoclassical-inspired room. In the large central hall, lacquered wood panelling embellished with columns, garlands, grooves and delicate silhouettes frames the furnishings. Two French-style Guirlande sofas with carved frames and fabrics in light shades of white and grey, together with a large Melrose sofa with curved lines, dominate the space. The Guirlande cabinets and consoles are embellished with decorative carved wooden garlands, while the Bohème sideboards feature bas-reliefs with neoclassical decorations. Noteworthy, within the living space, is the Anges coffee table, characterised by a sculptural base with three graceful cupids made of cast brass, embellished with a patinated antique gold leaf finish. The top is in extra-clear glass, also delicately framed by gold leaf.

In the dining room, the scenic Floral table with central base stands out. Its top is hand-decorated with a garland of flowers and leaves, made of warm Tanganika wood with darker walnut inlay and hand-painted decorations. The table is accompanied by Dame velvet armchairs, carefully crafted on both back and seat. The room is completed by crystal display cabinets, finely decorated sideboards, a mirror with clean lines and a bar cabinet, characterised by folding doors, slender legs and an upper part decorated with laser-engraved landscapes.

In the bedroom, the comfortable French-style Légère bed with carved wooden bed frame is the focal point. The rest of the furniture, such as the dresser, bedside tables and dressing table from the Bohème collection, features a new lacquered finish with neoclassical friezes and marble tops. Upholstered Ivy armchair and sofa, with a simple, clean design, complete the ensemble with a touch of elegance.

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