Marble, wood, and metal; geometric and linear or rounded shapes; modern style and contemporary design which stay simple and definite: these are the sideboards and consoles offered by Bonaldo in its new Accessories catalog. Bonaldo, company specialized in the production of furniture and interior design items, broadened its range of accessories with a new collection of consoles which joins that of the sideboards recently presented.
Light tubular structural elements with the strength of the thick table top, Coseno is a multifunctional console: a display surface, dressing table, and mirror. Precisely because of these features, it is an ideal item to be placed either in the hallway or the bedroom.
Gino Carollo has designed the AX console with the intention of eliminating fancy frills and get back to basics regarding shape. The unique appeal of the base lies in the two “sheets” of metal that together form the upside-down V. The AX family also includes the homonym table.
The Doppler sideboards supplement the Doppler coffee table collection designed by Giuseppe Viganò. They propose the same illusion of overlapping surfaces, whereas the doors are made up of a single surface: indeed, it is the combination of various brightly colored graphic patterns that creates this particular optical effect. The asymmetrical opening of the doors is an additional sign of originality. The lacquered wood frame is supported by a solid ash-wood base, in three finishes: natural, gray or painted walnut-wood.
The Frame collection is the epitome of an alternative way to create a sideboard: it stands out for the metal frame which makes up the structure, while the side panels and the wooden top are inserted within the frame, leaving an space thanks to the rounded corners that leave the metal frame visible. The contrast between the frame, which is painted in a variety of colors, and the various finishes of the wooden panels lends this sideboard a dynamic appeal. It is available in three different sizes.
Simple geometric shapes for the Note sideboard designed by Mario Mazzer, which looks like a parallelepiped suspended in mid-air and supported by two slanted vertical beams, which are the distinguishing feature of the Note bookcase already conceived by the same designer for Bonaldo. These two beams emphasize the particular appeal of this product, which aims at being simple yet maintaining a strong and original personality.
The Tratto sideboard stands out for its simple but sophisticated geometric shapes, where the alternation between filled volumes and voids and the various finishes and color hues available create endless possibilities of combination. All components of Tratto – from the legs to the panels, doors, and shelves – lead back to the pure geometric composition, which makes it a simple interior design object which blends in seamlessly with any décor.