Introducing Vivendo… Italian to the Soul
When it comes to buying furniture for the home there is always a lot to take into consideration. Fabrics, colourways, overall style and setting of your scheme.
If you are looking for a brand that boasts quality, excellence and an attractive price tag then look no further than Vivendo. They pride themselves on having a curate marketplace that connects consumers across the globe with Italian artisan furniture markers. With Italian heritage, their look, as you can imagine, is synonymous with style – somehow the Italians always know how to deliver!
Take the Giove Armchair; a true classic full of gentlemanly charm and confidence. Available in Hermes-esque tan leather right through to bold suedes and patterns with a plethora of colours to opt for. This iconic chair would suit most studies, libraries and living spaces. I recently ordered this for a client and he’s truly impressed with the quality of craftsmanship.
The Vivendo story began with three Italian friends. Moving to London they looked to fill their apartments with furniture that reminded them of home; high quality, design items that were both a bit unusual yet wouldn’t break the bank. Something so simple in Italy provided rather difficult in the UK. Italy is one of the world’s leading furniture producers, with an eye for original design. The trio quickly learnt that the small selection of Italian furniture that made its way to the global stage carried a high price tag, causing them to reassess the furniture market and consequently Vivendo was born.
The stylish Camaiore dining chair (below) is one of their luxurious propositions for both well-appointed kitchens and formal dining rooms. Simple, yet strong, its generous proportions, with handsome solid oak legs and a superbly comfortable design would be a welcome addition to the modern home.
Vivendo’s selection and collections are curated by its art director, architect and design journalist / author Massimo De Conti. Collections include sofas, armchairs, tables and outdoor ranges, in addition to a complete accessories remit. As the company’s ethos is to go straight to the smaller, lesser-known manufacturers, with no physical stores and no middlemen, the furniture comes to you at the lowest possible price. As an interior designer this is hugely attractive.
Key sellers are the Galba dining chair for the very modern customer, made of plastic and having the added advantage of being stackable, along with the Giove afore mentioned. A true must if you’re currently deciding on an armchair for your home of project.
In Italian, Vivendo means living, and I can see Vivendo’s ethos is to fill homes with effortlessly stylish, well-priced, quality furniture.
With an eye for original design and a unique heritage in quality manufacturing, these contemporary collections are great value for money, enjoy shopping!