Inspiring Design

Inspiring Design: Lema Mobili

The Merioni family founded the Lema group in 1970, and since then it has grown to become a successful, high class company producing amazing home story systems and furniture. Lema offers solutions for both home and offices, but naturally I was more drawn to the home options. Their products are amazing, and I thought I’d share my three favorites; the Novenove walk-in closet, the Hangar walk-in closet and the Selecta day system.

650x350_QI2Pf72cLema-cabina4The Novenove walk-in wardrobe is made up of modules that can be tailored to fit your space. These wardrobes are also available in a variety of finishes, meaning that they can be totally personalised. These wardrobes were first designed in 1998 by Crs Lema, and I was surprised at how modern and sleek they are. I also think that the rooms showing the wardrobes on the website are beautifully styled. I love the huge gold mirror!


650x350_Mn43q2SCLema-cabina7The Hanger walk-in wardrobe was designed by Piero Lissoni in 2011. This design is very minimalist and open, using the supports as design detail. These wardrobes, while simple, are very striking and when dressed with complimentary clothes don’t feel like cluttered storage at all.



650x350_7Ml3HKL1libreria_selecta_kThe Selecta Day System is like my dream bookcase. The Lema website describes Selecta as the evolution of the first Italian freestanding system, designed by Lema in 1978, and what a beautiful evolution it is! This day system is adaptable to any space, but my favourite has to be the loft image above with the spiral staircase. The finish of the Selecta system compliments the sofa perfectly creating a snug, sophisticated space.

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