With sophisticated elegance, the Dom Edizioni showroom in Milan is a bright apartment ready to welcome architects and interior designers in a sequence of ‘to live’ environments

Luxury, calm and voluptuousness”, a formula made famous by Baudelaire and Matisse summarizes Dom Edizioni 's gaze on the concept of beauty and on living spaces.

Founded in 2011 by Domenico Mula, the maison of prestigious furnishings for homes, hotels and yachts is based in Cesena, in a suggestive deconsecrated church, and now also in Milan, in a special space located between Brera, the most artistic area of the city and the fashion district.

It has in fact opened its showroom in an exceptional location: a bright apartment, with a simple and sophisticated elegance, ready to welcome architects, interior designers and decorators in a sequence of comfortable environments.

The showroom occupies the first floor of an austere Mid-Century building in front of the church of San Marco, on the corner of via Fatebenefratelli. Spread over more than 200 square meters, it consists of six large rooms, four of which are entirely set up with Dom Edizioni furniture and upholstery collections.

The large vaulted windows, the high ceilings, the stuccoes and the generosity of the spaces create an ideal setting for recounting the proposals of the maison. To distinguish them, the purity of the forms, the patient care and meticulousness found in every detail and an Italian style with a balanced taste but with a strong character.

Upholstered furniture, tables, consoles and furniture of fine workmanship and high craftsmanship are located in the different environments, allowing guests to experience them. To set up the new Milanese spaces, the collections signed by Domenico Mula who enjoys furnishing the rooms in an ever new way to propose the trendiest moods, sometimes also exhibiting his personal items.

Decorator and creator of furniture and upholstery with a timeless design, the artistic director of Dom Edizioni designs interiors that redefine the inner places of those who live there. With a marked sensitivity  planning but not only, the lessons of the great Italian, American and French masters converge in his training, flanked by Art Déco suggestions. Above all, however, the Italian style stands out, along with the aptitude for elegance.

Covered with white moldings dating back to the original building and an antique floor in nailed oak, the refined Milanese apartment displays the latest proposals of the maison, in an increasingly cosmopolitan and stimulating city that could only be called home by Dom Edizioni too.