The remarkable Alberta Salotti stand at this year’s event is filled with plenty of glitz glam and creative inspiration and their latest range of bedroom décor is no different.
A global icon that cuts across national boundaries cultures and eras – created by is a phenomenon unlike any other. This cute and seemingly expressionless character produced by Sanrio started its journey on a vinyl coin purse way back in 1974 and while the world has changed considerably in the last four decades Hello Kitty still remains an integral part of popular culture.
Yes there is a definite common theme to these latest beds from Cattelan Italia with dashing headboards feeling like the norm and by Gino Carollo is no different. Wrapped in leather this cool upholstered bed seems to combine minimal form with inviting warmth in a seamless fashion. A perfect bed for the modern-minimal bedroom where less is more!
From those with daring chevron patterns that seems both classy and striking to beds with dark polished headboards that would easily fit in with the idea of a curated bachelor pad; it is a broad spectrum of inspiration indeed.
The world’s biggest furniture and interior design fair has so much to offer in the space of such a short time that many of its amazing new décor finds are often lost in the rush.
While Hello Kitty was born as the image of ideal British life in the 70s as perceived by those in Japan she quickly and seamlessly morphed into a global icon. One of the biggest reasons for the success and the quintessential popularity of Hello Kitty is believed to be her simple expression and ability to fit into almost any backdrop effortlessly.