The 1950’s, during post-war Italy represented an era of social and economic growth as well as the arrival of a liberating new world of modern urbanity and Hollywood glamour. With these exciting changes came the evolution of fashion and interior décor with an explosion of designers opening shops to cater to this novel way of life. Among those businesses was Rossetto – a furniture designing company that honored the rich history of Italian culture while embracing the exuberance of contemporary styles from that time. Not satisfied with the idea of crafting basic furnishings for only one area of a living space, Rossetto began a quest to create an all-inclusive line that would meet the needs of an entire home from top to bottom and from night to day. Thinking about consumers in a more personal yet global manner was how they would ensure that expectations were not only being met, but also being surpassed with exceptional quality and luxuriance for a transcending experience beyond imagination.
Weaving that special quality and stunning aesthetic into their designs throughout the years allowed the sparkling allure of classic Italy to shine through every piece, as demonstrated with Rossetto’s elegant Nightfly Vanity with Mirror in a smooth white lacquer finish. The simplicity of this structure enhances its beauty with an array of subtle touches from the levitating mirror and tasteful storage options to the crocodile embossed leather details adorning its wooden veneer frame. This is the ideal intimate, functional, and beautiful accoutrement for a bedroom or private dressing area.
The utility of a furniture component is only one facet of the interior layout within a room, as emotional resonance is just as essential to accessorize its environment for the serene atmosphere that Rossetto aspires to produce. The romantic enchantment of the Downtown Bed delivers the inviting warmth that was envisioned when it was built upon a leather wrapped platform of sheer comfort allowing the bedroom to become a relaxing sanctuary for any hour of the day.
With minimalism in the forefront of the Rossetto design aesthetic, refined containment became an indispensable factor. This paradigm is showcased through the sophisticated artistry of the Dune Buffet featuring a dark nickel finish upon a rounded stainless steel body along with transparent glass shelves and effortless open and close cabinet doors for a stylish residential setting.
Rossetto strives to continue along the same path of innovative progression, quality control, functional modularity, and poised grandeur while introducing the spellbinding scintillation of time honored Italy to today’s evolving home.