Located in a historic building in downtown Milan, in Corso Venezia 29, a few steps from Piazza Duomo, the Meridiani showroom is the perfect example of how to mix classical architecture and detail with modern day furnishings - in a style that is timeless. Andrea Parisio, designer and art director of the Italian Meridiani furniture brand, clearly has a seasoned touch (and is supremely talented) as the designer is also responsible for the re-design of the showroom and the interior styling.

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The Meridiani line of furniture has significant outreach; selling to stores in around 50 countries worldwide including Rome, Santa Margherita Ligure, Paris, Antwerp, Miami and Singapore. And it is easy to see why. The space and furniture on display in the showroom are clean and simple, modern yet classical in style. We are particularly taken with the distinguished, ornately decorated high ceilings in the showroom and the parquetry timber floor that combined scream 'old world European luxury'. The muted colour palette of the furniture line makes it only too easy for us to envision any of these designs into our own scheme at home.

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A bedhead that wraps around the wall has our interest piqued.

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PHOTOGRAPHY: Davide Lovatti

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