Our upholstery fabrics and cushions have reached a new destination, and this time it’s in Russia: it’s BOSCOCasa, the new store of the group Bosco di Ciliegi, managing around 200 single-brand retailers between Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Novosibirisk and Samara.
The home goods and furnishing textiles of BOSCOCasa
As well as men’s, women’s and children’s clothing, footwear and accessories, Bosco di Ciliegi has decided to begin a business in the field of home goods, furniture and textiles. Together with brands such as Meissen, La Perla Home Collection, Agnona, Buccellati and Missoni Home, BOSCOCasa is selling Bevilacqua’s fabrics, too, which our Export Sales Director, Federica Manfrin, is going to present in Moscow from February 14th to 18th.
And, as the photos here below show, you can find our creations on armchairs, chairs, cushions and much more. Indeed the store, covering more or less 400 square metres, looks almost like a real house, with an entrance hall, a kitchen, a dining room, a living room, a bathroom and a bedroom. Each of these areas offers a selection of items for any room: high-quality fabrics, furniture and chandeliers with a refined design, selected from the most renown European and Italian brands.
A store inspired by Italian residences
While outlining BOSCOCasa’s rooms, designers drew their inspiration from the most elegant Italian interiors with a retro charm. Upon entering them, you’ll therefore get the impression that you’re in a historic villa, where everything is perfect down to the last detail, but the atmosphere is as cosy as in your own house.
After all, the mall where BOSCOCasa is located is one of the most luxurious ones in Europe: it’s the Petrovskij Passage, opened in 1906 in the heart of Moscow and characterised by a very peculiar architecture, as well as by a series of first-rate shops.