Boston, MA - (December 9, 2016) This December the downtown furniture boutique IL Dècor introduces original designs from the noted Italian manufacturer Zanotta.

For more than 60 years, Zanotta has been recognized as a leader in Italian industrial design. The boldly modern suite of furniture is internationally acclaimed, with many pieces being featured in art books and museums around the world.

Today, a variety of Zanotta’s innovative designs can be found in Boston’s own IL Dècor. The Calamo desk is sleek yet eye-catching with a varnished steel frame and beautiful cowhide top, a perfect example of Zanotta’s distinct innovative elegance. Minimal yet utilitarian, the desk provides storage with a leather drop leaf opening. The Maggiolina lounge chair is a beautiful design by Italian architect and designer Marco Zanuso. The goose-feather-filled seat rests in a cowhide sling atop a polished stainless steel frame. This award-winning piece is featured in a leading design museum in Munich and, now you can have it, too!

Zanotta Maggiolina lounge chair at IL Decor, Boston

Zanotta’s product line is vast, with non-traditional furnishings like the Sciangai, which can serve as a coat rack or just an eclectic decoration. Though each item is unique owing to various artist collaborations, what holds true at large are the inventive designs that allow for personal customization, while never sacrificing practicality.

The Back Bay showroom prides itself not only in collecting luxurious European furniture, which is continuously expanded upon with a careful eye, but also their expert design staff who are determined to find you the perfect piece within your desired budget. To remain top of trend, Il Décor enthusiastically welcomes new inventory – truly beautiful pieces which are proudly showcased. Zanotta is no exception to this standard, and is now available for sale.

View this impressive collection at your next visit to IL Dècor, 10 St. James Avenue, Boston, MA 02116 or call at 617-580-3443.


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