TIMGAD | Screen
From the name that evokes the splendor of an ancient Algerian city, to the fabrics that tell wonderful intertwining of places and stories, the Timgad screen is a piece of furniture full of inspirations.
SAMARCANDA | Side table
Elegant and evocative pieces of furniture, the Samarcanda side tables feature marble tops whose warm tones and spotted motifs recall the charm of arid deserts and distant lands.
MCKENZIE | Ceiling lamp
The Mckenzie chandeliers, with glass lampshades in a new amber shade, add a note in perfect "One Thousand and One Nights" style, accentuating the sensual and fairytale atmosphere of the interior de
WOODSTOCK | Daybed
Perfect for separating two rooms or to create a comfortable chill-out corner in the living room or bedroom, Woodstock daybed, with its atmosphere imbued with Arabian suggestions, is upholstered wit
HAMAR | Chair
In the Hamar chair, the ethnic and natural inspiration of the Vienna straw is declined in a new shade of grey, in line with the soft and refined mood of the collection.
RAJAN | Cabinet
The cabinet of the new Rajan line is an ethnic-inspired piece of furniture characterized by essential lines emphasized by the contrast between the patinated bronze finishing and the Carbalho essenc
MADRAS | Sofa
Classic, soft and elegant lines for the Madras sofa, upholstered with Leroy fabric, featuring a typical cashmere design and presented in a new colour: a warm and refined gray-beige shade.
AMBAR | Side table
Ethnic accents and African references for the Ambar side table, whose structure consisting of a base and top in precious Carbalho wood evokes the typical African percussion.
RENE' | Standing mirror
René is an elegant mirror upholstered in fabric with paisley design.
MADRAS | Armchair
Madras is an elegant and sophisticated armchair, characterized by soft and harmonious lines, emphasized by the upholstery velvet in a soft cream shade that reveals ETRO Home Interiors’ most delicat
KOLKATA | Chest of drawers
Kolkata is an evocative line of furniture that recalls the shape of the ancient chests used centuries ago in the namesake Indian city.