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Ercol A soft Nordic breath, sober and minimalist lines, a good dose of blond wood… we don't hesitate to take a look at the Bosco collection for our cocoon interiors.
A practical footrest
Ercol Want to relax after a hard day? The Gina armchair seems all intended to rest thanks to its large backrest with integrated cushion and its footrest. Little crush for its very elegant off-white color and its wooden structure, perfect for bringing a touch of cocooning in our interiors.
Ercol A sofa that will delight leather lovers. Its comfort tip: padded cushions, deep padding and optional headrests perfect for relaxing. The detail that makes all the difference? Its feet which run along the armrest thus giving it a less classic side.
Ercol We fell in love with this baroque style armchair and sofa set. With its beautiful taupe color, its velvet finish, its fine oak feet, the brand's signature and its soft cushions, we dream of seeing them enthroned in the middle of our living room.
Sweetness of life
Ercol We dream of lounging in this pretty olive green sofa. Its contemporary allure and its soft and enveloping lines are a real invitation to relax, while its fine wooden feet give it a Scandinavian touch that suits it perfectly.
Ercol The common denominator of the Bianco dining and kitchen collection? The marriage of blond wood and wood. Result: furniture with character halfway between Scandinavian design and contemporary style.
Ercol Relaxed spirit for Ercol's new dining room collection called Teramo. It is characterized by its multiple influences, its sober and refined lines and its light oak finish. A delight for the eyes!
Object of desire
Ercol A true reinterpretation of the Scandinavian sideboard of the 50s and 60s, the Romana sideboard composed of three drawers and two doors seduces us with the sobriety of its design and its ultra-modern finish in light oak.
Ercol Clear and uncluttered lines, a claimed Scandinavian style, a daring and dazzling tangerine color… it was enough for the editorial staff to fall for this icon of British design from the 50s revisited for the occasion.