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Yesterday and today: the return of the boiserie

Let's analyze a classic concept of living: the boiserie. Everyone thinks of craftsmanship (sometimes even opulence), of luxury, of a somewhat retro environment.



There is nothing more wrong. The boiserie today is lightness, it is modernity, it is the perfect element to decorate with taste every space of the house.

The boiserie is a complement that becomes a non-invasive piece of furniture, but that favors and enhances a stylistic continuity in harmony with the rest that surrounds it: the colors turn on light and opaque tones, in continuity of coating with doors, bookcases and wardrobes.

In the photo: boiserie by Martini


In the photo: wood paneling with wallpaper inserts by Elitis


In the photo: boiserie with flush door by Bluinterni


A reinterpretation in a contemporary key is certainly the mix of materials: painting, leather, plaster, wallpaper or polyurethane elements. These solutions are ideal for modern homes because they have less invasive interventions and reduced thickness compared to wood paneling. Polyurethane elements for example are cheap, flexible and have great benefits for laying thanks to thier versatile properties.
To highlight is also the possibility to shape and bend the material and therefore be suitable for every situation.

In the photo: Polyurethane elements by Bianchi Lecco


The use of color or wallpaper is innovative and original. The advantage is that of being able to modify the project on site (cutting the paper or adding color), thus avoiding a complex design at the base.