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Ideas to create the right atmosphere: Francesco Pasi presents the Ellipse mobile bar

Ideas to create the right atmosphere: Francesco Pasi presents the Ellipse mobile bar it has been modified: 2018-10-03 di terzomillennium

Verona, September 2018 - The living area of ​​a house, as we know, is the place dedicated to conviviality, but it is also a personal refuge, where one can dedicate oneself to one's passions and moments of relaxation. But how to create the right atmosphere? Francesco Pasi presents the Ellipse mobile bar, a unique piece of furniture with an exclusive refinement, which completes and embellishes the living and dining area.

A structure made entirely of solid walnut wood, doors and drawers in rosewood, available in different finishes: the bar cabinet of the new Ellipse collection is perfect for having wine, drinks and spirits at your fingertips. The two doors divided into rooms contain equipped spaces ideal for placing glasses and glasses. The central part, in addition to four drawers useful for storing the tools for cocktails or for the decanting of wine and liqueurs, is composed of two columns where the bottles are stored in a horizontal position. The internal backrest can be made in mirror, painted or covered in Nabuk or velvet leather, as well as inside the drawers. The mobile bar is also illuminated by LEDs that light up automatically when the doors are opened.

On the external façade, the inevitable ellipse, leitmotif of the entire collection, is the protagonist. In addition to being a decorative element, it also acts as a handle; it can be produced in any type of marble, from Emperador Dark and Light, to Gray stone, to onyx. Not only precious wood and marble, the Ellipse furniture bar also lights up with metal details such as chrome, glossy or satin gold and matt nickel.

A piece of furniture that explores the dimension of the volumes and the chiaroscuro, enriching the room with suggestions and craftsmanship, as well as a practical and functional piece of furniture, a wonderful actor of contemporary living.

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