Typical French furniture, the meridian straddles the armchair and the bed. Modern, contemporary, old, style or design, this seat is back in the decor. ) Son élégance et sa touche raffinée pourra s’intégrer facilement dans votre décor intérieur. (source photo: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/146437425357769315/ ) Its elegance and refined touch can be easily integrated into your interior.
French, and yes! The meridienne means afternoon nap in old French. It appeared in the 18th century at the time of Louis XV and is also designed for the nap, with an oblique back. Inspired by the Bergère armchair, it is also called Greek bed by its lines and forms borrowed from classicism.
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Today, the meridian can be found in all styles, from baroque to contemporary, from classic to design and in all materials. With its voluptuous shapes, the meridian baroque style is timeless and can be integrated into any decor, evoking the chic, refinement and elegance.
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Classic, modern, sober or colorful, the chaise can be associated with a sofa in the living room or bedroom, or even settle on your own. A fully-fledged decorative element, it fulfills all the functions of a sofa to rest, read, sleep or simply sit down. It is trendy and practical, seduced by its forms and its refinement. There are many models for all styles and budgets.