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MISURAEMME REVEALS NEW BEDROOM PROJECT

by Sophie Cullen on Jun 22, 2015 in Products
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Italian design company MisuraEmme has created a new walk-in closet entitled Palo Alto

Incorporating signature design features of the brand such as clean lines, functionality and sleek aesthetics, the closet was designed to epitomise refined and elegant luxury.

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To do this, the firm has made the entire structure transparent, inviting users to view the belongings that they love. An elaborate LED lighting system has been incorporated into the frame and accessories such as shoe racks and trouser hangers are made from selected high-quality materials.

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The walk-in closet can be produced with either a glass or grey olm finish with "tranche" effect backrests. As with all of the products in their range, Palo Alto is made in Italy to exacting standards.

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