2016 is the year that brings indoor and outdoor together, with the accent on an eco-friendly, back-to-nature approach and materials such as linen, juta and wood.
This year’s furnishing trends erase the borders between inside and out, with interiors conceived as one with the outdoors, shaping an open dialogue between the two using windows, wall and floor covering and details that bring them together.
A key role is played by seating in natural fibre, in pastel colours, earthy hues and shades of green able to create an overall atmosphere of comfort and relaxation.
The material of choice for these new trends is wood-effect porcelain stoneware, an excellent solution in terms of both design and performance: resistant and able to maintain its beauty unaltered over the years.
This is especially true of Foresta di Gres, a high-tech ceramic project by Casa Rondine that uses ceramics to reproduce the living essence of wood so as to blend seamlessly with the outdoors.
The Foresta di Gres project offers a rich variety of style options and colours, with something sure to appeal to everyone, slotting seamlessly into the architectural and design context of any setting.
The Hard&Soft series is ideal for verandas, outdoor areas and poolsides.
The very essence of wood seems to spring back to life on this stoneware, as if every single element were sculpted by hand. The grain effects wind their way across the table, perfectly in tune with the natural surroundings they are part of, encompassing the home and the garden, teaming greenery with waterways.
The series comes in 3 sizes, each with a different surface texture, guaranteed to meet the needs of every customer.