The table by Society Limonta is chic and unconventional: also at Christmastime, if has an extremely refined look. The atmosphere is intimate and welcoming, in a delicate, dreamy setting.
The Winter Diary collection dresses up important lunches and dinners with two new tablecloths, in pale, elegant hues: Pebblelux stands out for its sparkling mix of cotton and lamé, enhanced by delicate Jacquard weaving, while Chicco, in finest linen, is embroidered in the central part with precious, soft, irregular polka dots.
The Society Limonta table is always sophisticated, even when it is set in an informal way. For casual lunches the Java placemats in linen and jaspé cotton trigger an unusual salt and pepper effect in intentionally unfinished fabric that goes perfectly with the prints and handmade ceramics designed by Beatrice Rossetti, now available in the new, refined smoke gray tone.
To complete the collection, the Flip dishcloth in printed linen stands out for its lively geometric designs.
The various home collections of the Italian brand that has brought innovation to the world of home linens come from a passion for design and take form inside the historic textile plant at Costamasnaga, in the province of Lecco, founded in the late 1800s.
The Society Limonta collections begin with the choice of the materials, which are natural and of the highest quality, and are then interpreted, experimenting with new colors, original mixes and special workmanship. The research is based on a heritage of know-how, that of a company with a long history and vast experience, including one of the larges and most important textile archives in Italy.
Though with firm, deep roots, Society Limonta has always worked to break the rules for the benefit of creativity, concentrating on design and unusual details. An emotional luxury that is never ostentatious, always substantial, soft and comfortable.