Salda Arredamenti: the classic that dares in the name of decoration

Published on : Tuesday, May 18, 2021

Salda eclecticism is revealed in the intensity of the design as well as in the elegant strength of its decorations, expression of a typically Italian manufacturing culture that wisely doses and reformulates the charm of a history that spans three centuries of style. The most recent proposals represent a new creative anthology: unpublished examples of Salda creative language where the classic takes on an often audacious, unexpected perspective. The stylistic and design ability to reinterpret classic codes throughout the use of decorative and color mixes has always been one of the peculiarities of the brand that defines its eclecticism.

The historical legacy remains unchanged, a story that transcends and goes beyond the concept of time. As always, made entirely by hand, even some of the latest creations by Salda are characterized by sophisticated decorative techniques. Among these, the Art. 8719 sideboard, with a mahogany structure veneered in Honduras Mahogany, stands out for its hand-decorated lacquered side doors panels to create a dialogue with the central door with an ornamental brass railing. The perimeter shapes are distinguished by gold leaf finish with “Bambu” motif: a precious realization that involves the turning of small parallelepipeds in solid wood, then hand-carved.

Another sideboard, Art. 8721 which rediscovers the charm of ancient China through the sophisticated handmade panel decorations of the two doors. To enrich it, the hand-joined Rosewood slabs with herringbone pattern; the shapes with gold leaf finish, the marble top and the groove in the shelf further embellish the product. The interiors, equipped with two drawers, are covered in Alcantara with rosewood profiles.

In the perfect Salda code, the concept of classic turns into the console Art. 8720 and the Dutch chair Art. 8720. Refined proposal in Louis XVI style, the half-moon console is distinguished by the carving on the 4 solid wood legs that are turned and manually engraved by hand using a chisel. Water-based tempera lacquer with hand-made polychrome decorations, it is embellished by the application with stripping of gold leaf inserts on the carvings. A delicate hand-made polychrome floral decoration on both sides also characterizes the back of the Dutch-style chair, Art. 8729 with upholstered seat.

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