Cupid approves these design gifts for your loved ones.
We are just a day away from 14 February, so it’s time to get rolling with some sweet ideas to cheer up your bae. To save you from going empty-handed this Valentine’s Day, here are few ideas for those who want to rev it up a bit with these romantic design gifts.
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A Heart Cone by Verner Panton for Vitra
Seating with Mickey Mouse ears or a simple contemporary adaptation of the traditional wingback, there are many ways to describe this famous 1959 design. However, given that Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, let’s just say that it is a flamboyant red heart.
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A Love Heart pillow by Alexander Girard for Vitra
Design lovers, or perhaps just lovers, might also be interested in declaring their passion with these graphic print pillows by one of the major names in 20th-century design, Alexander Girard, which are also available from Vitra.
For more information, visit Vitra.
A “Heart Lamp” or “Mouse Lamp Love Edition” by Marcantonio for Seletti
Some like to say it with flowers, others like to say it with lights. And not just any lights, but lighting by Marcantonio. Fans of hyperrealism will likely choose the Heart Lamp, which offers a lesson in anatomy along with fine sentiment. Others may prefer the more traditional expression of affection provided by a little mouse holding up a heart.
A Città dell’amore mio by Marcello Jori for Alessi
Instead of traditional heart-shaped bauble, what about adopting a more verbal approach with this amusing hand-painted porcelain building that announces “Amore mio” by Marcello Jori for the celebrated design company Alessi.
For more information, visit Alessi.
This article is published via AFP Relaxnews.