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Self Care Corners: Products for the favourite little space

To get away from stressful everyday life, you have to take the time to do so. The best way to do this is in a cosy sitting area, which becomes a personal retreat when furnished with favourite pieces. We show you furniture and accessories from the ambista network that make mindfulness and relaxation even more comfortable.

Nov 17 2021

Troy Tray by Leolux (Design: Beck Design) 

Practical little helper: Of course, a tray for drinks, small meals or useful odds and ends is a must for a little time-out. Troy is a wooden tray with a decorative, graphically designed line pattern in blue-white or blue-red and a high dark rim. If you want, you can place it under the top of the compact Tampa coffee table by Leolux, where the tray has its own place on a special frame.


Read more about the trend "Self Care Corners" in the magazine by imm cologne


Soft Facet by Artifort (Design: Scholten & Baijings) 

Softly upholstered seating island: Soft Facet is a generous, comfortable lounge chair with attractive details. Its soft shape feels like a cosy blanket of geometric facets that invite you to gently sink into it and dream. The comfort of the armchair is enhanced by its foam-lined wooden shell, which comfortably supports the body, neck and head and adapts to the sitting posture. The refreshing, open and minimalist design suits many interior styles.

Ideal for relaxing and unwinding - the Soft Facet lounge chair © Artifort

Glass Newson Vase by Cappellini (Design: Marc Newson) 

Amethyst, emerald green and Air Force Blue: Curved lines and clear colours characterise the mouth-blown Glass Vase collection by the Australian designer Marc Newson. Even without flowers, the glass vessels set colourful accents in the cosy seating area and lift the mood. They look particularly beautiful when placed in a group. There is also a semi-circular removable glass lid with three holes, which fixes individual flowers and shows them off to their best advantage.

Elegant and expressive: the vase collection by designer Marc Newson © Cappellini

Outline Cushions by Hay 

Comfortable splashes of colour: Several cushions make your personal seating area extra cosy. Especially when they are colour-coordinated and cleverly designed. Both are true for the Outline Cushion series by Hay. The cushions have a cover made of a pleasant cotton-linen blend in melodious colours such as Ice Blue, Custard, Lemon Sorbet, Grey, Vivid Blue, Moss, Sienna or Off White. Piping on the edges with contrasting colours serves as a striking accent. For example, grey is combined with a bright blue and a muted orange tone with black.

The soft Outline cushions by Hay set colourful accents © Hay

Athene Akku floor lamp by Less'n'more (Design: Christian Dinow) 

Flexible and ready for anything: even when the cosy sitting area is outdoors, the Athene floor lamp with rechargeable battery is a practical mobile companion. Its focusable light head is turned from a solid piece of aluminium. It ensures that the heat generated by the LED is dissipated and the luminaire thus does not get too hot. The adjustability of its light cone is unique: it can be varied from 25 to 100 degrees with a simple hand movement.  

Athene floor lamp, mobile and versatile thanks to a powerful rechargeable battery © Less’n’more

Ribbon by Menu (Design: Norm Architects) 

Beautiful metal basket: Norm Architects have designed Ribbon with the same attention to detail and care as a piece of furniture that is a natural part of interior design. Thus, with its expressive and elegant form, the Ribbon Basket makes a design statement in the room. It was created during a project for which the group of architects developed new, particularly fine metal profiles. The bottom of the basket is lined with leather to give the design a soft component that contrasts with the metal. Ribbon offers plenty of space for knitting, tablet, books and other things you need within easy reach next to the lounge chair. 

The Ribbon basket is characterised by lovingly designed details © Menu

Beam Light by Muuto (Design: Tom Chung) 

All-round talent: The Beam table lamp by Muuto is a versatile small lamp with modern design and intuitive operation. Beam has a cylindrical body made of anodised aluminium, where the light shines from both ends. Its light intensity can be adjusted there in three brightness levels each. The slim luminaire can be turned in any direction on its base to create direct lighting or warm ambient light as required.

All-round talent with intuitive operation - Beam Light by Muuto © Muuto

Mirror Ceiling by Verpan (Design: Verner Panton)  

A touch of luxury: Mirror is a blanket made of pure merino wool with geometric patterns by the Danish architect and designer Verner Panton. The noble woollen blanket rounds off the comfort in your personal sitting area - visually and through its pleasant warmth when snuggling in and switching off. Its pattern is composed of triangles in two harmoniously coordinated colours that meet in different sizes and arrangements. 

The Mirror woollen blanket owes its name to mirrored triangles © Verpan

Relaxation from the demands of daily life is particularly successful when you set up your own personal corner with favourite objects. There you can reflect on the day in peace and gather new strength. 

Author: Heike Edelmann 

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