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L305- ICON KIMONO

Kimono / Mirror

Symbol Collection

a memory with asian
elegance
and meanings.


Description

A wealth of colours, material and possibilities gives, individulity, a sense personal expression for who likes asian interior design style in luxury homes. The colour of the embroidery, of Kimono mirror set, are the result of an intense research, which makes it so special.

Details

Material & finishes
Structure is made in solid walnut wood with matt finish and interior side with with satin cotton fabric and special embroidery pattern in pink color. Mirror, in the middle, is clear.

Special Requests
Personalization and bespoke by price adequacy. Different sizes available.

Dimensions

W: 50cm | 37.8”
D: 3cm | 1.18”
H:96cm | 37.8”
W: 11kg | 24.25lb’’

MATERIALS AND FINISHES

American Walnut
Solid Wood & Veneer - American Walnut
White Snow
Cotton Satin - White Snow
Macarons Pink
Cotton Satin - Macarons Pink
Clear
Mirror - Clear

Kimono MEMORY

The Japanese Kimono is one of the most famous traditional garments in the world and is now a symbol of Japan. ALMA de LUCE® unveils its history, full of elegance and meanings.

The word Kimono has a curious meaning, because in Japanese it literally means “to wear” (“ki” = wear and “mono” = thing). The term originates in the XVI century, when Portuguese and Spanish navigators, arriving in Japan, asked about the silk clothes that the natives wear, which the Japanese respond only saying “kimono”.

N001-305-KIMONO-SITE-MEMORY

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