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Highlights from Salone del Mobile 2022

Highlights from Salone del Mobile 2022

Highlights from Salone del Mobile 2022


Founded in 1961, Salone Internazionale del Mobile takes place every April. Over time, it has become one of the most anticipated events in the world of furniture. Comprising a mix of established names, new faces and international brands, Salone holds court in every interior designer’s mind as a primary source of trend forecasting and inspiration. 

Below is a snapshot of all we loved in the sphere of bed, bath and beyond:





Credits: Designed by Carlo Colombo for Flou Spa, Salone del Mobile, 2022


A double sized padded bed of eye-catching proportions, what makes Layla instantly stand out is its headboard – generous yet simple in form. The thick padding provides a comfortable and welcoming support, a sensation exalted by the aesthetics of its extremely soft cover.


“Its strongpoint is the ability to project the idea of an embrace, a haven where we can let ourselves go and relax.”








Credits: Roman by Arbi Arredobagno, Salone del Mobile, 2022


The Roman washbasin collection is made with a material called Tekno Deimos, which comprises natural minerals and very high quality acrylic / polyester resin, which is very pleasant to the touch. It is a compact material, resistant to mould, stains and scratches.

Available in the low monolith and half monolith variants, this piece is a sophisticated union of design and functionality.







Credits: Designed by Boytkes Tekstil, Salone del Mobile, 2022


The effects of Biorytmic Sleep mattress ticking on stress during and after sleep has been traced with the EDA (Electrodermal Activity) method, which has confirmed the efficacy of this fabric in reducing stress and starting the day stress free.

Developed by Boyteks, it aligns certain minerals found in nature known for their energy content in a certain geometric composition. This formulation of minerals specially disperses vibrational energy that activates the meridians of the body through impulses for a better sleep environment conducive to improved intra-body communication. By helping to relieve stress while you sleep and regulating the body’s natural biorhythm, this brand new mattress ticking technology improves relaxation and rejuvenation.



Credits: Designed by Boytkes Tekstil, Salone del Mobile, 2022


Boyteks’ other worthy contribution to industrial textiles takes the form of a hemp mattress, a natural alternative to conventional bedding choices – and a great way to be greener!







Credits: Designed by Hanne Willmann for Freifrau Manutaktur GMBH & CO KG, Salone del Mobile, 2022


‘As if floating on clouds’, is an apt way to describe the Nana love seat, whose design lines are clear without being hard. Truly multisensual, it is voluptuous and elegant to the eye but also for the sense of touch and smell. Scented wood and supple fabrics made with traditional craftsmanship deems it the chair your bedroom never knew how much it needed.







Credits: Designed by Altherr Désile Park for Noorth, Salone del Mobile, 2022


The perfect storage solution for small bathrooms, where every inch has to be carefully planned. Utilising minimal sizes and a variety of finishes, it is an excellent example of design that merges with architecture.







Credits: Kohler, Salone de Mobile, 2022


Ending our selection on a blissful high, this experiential bath combines water, light, fog and aromas to create an immersive journey of the senses designed to relax the mind, soothe the body, and renew the spirit. Undoubtedly, a sanctuary for self-care and wellbeing.



Homepage & article banner: Sancal, Salone del Mobile Milano 2022, Luca Privitera