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European and Italian Furniture for Seasonal Moods

For lovers of the best in European and Italian furniture, warm summer weather may bring a desire for a different sort of design – desert-inspired colors, warmer tones, and more imaginative shapes and colors. Here at the Naurelle showroom in Los Angeles, we offer furnishings, lighting, and accessories to match all kinds of moods and motifs.

What’s Your Indoor Climate?

While we live in all kinds of climates that we can’t control from day to day, we can choose an indoor climate for our homes and businesses.

In places like coastal California, our weather ranges from hot desert conditions to more breezy and sometimes chilly climes that belie the common assumption in the Eastern US that Southern California is always sunny and hot. Indeed, people who live in Los Angeles/Southern California beach cities and the San Francisco Bay area may wish to create more of a cozy atmosphere to counteract the sometimes relentlessly chill breezes so familiar to residents of these areas.* Meanwhile, those who live in inland desert areas may want to embrace their warm environment.

Naurelle Catalogs for Season-Inspired Designs

Summer at the Coast

With its shades of white and light gray paired with gold accents, the Naurelle Avant Garde Collection suggests the brightness of the sun mellowed by cool ocean breezes that come to comfort us on all but the hottest days with multiple collections.

  • Richmond and Reggaeton include spectacular living-room sets highlighted by beautifully accoutered sectional sofas.
  • Malibu, named for California’s answer to Europe’s luxurious beachside towns in France and Italy, offers us beautiful chairs crafted for comfort and durability.
  • Mirage offers gorgeous coffee tables, cabinets, and credenzas combining beautiful earth tones with gold lower sections.
  • Sunshine is replete with sun-dappled off-white, and gold-accented sectional sofas, chairs, coffee tables, showcases, and more, all suggesting the beauty of the desert and sandy beaches.

Autumn Hues and Nature

For those who may favor a more autumnal look, our Lilium catalog features bedroom sets highlighting darker, deeper earth tones such as shades of dark browns that recall the color of a California redwood. These sumptuous beds, bedcover sets, dressing tables, antiqued mirrors, lamps, and more sport a polished wood hand-painted brown finish as well as a 24-karat gold or silver plate.

For those who want the year-round beauty of nature inside and out, Naurelle’s Evergreen catalog features darker tones of gray-blue and medium wood tones. Sectional sofas, day beds, beautifully wrought wood coffee tables, ottomans, and entertainment centers bring a natural yet ultra-modern look to any residence.

A European and Italian Furniture Showroom for All Seasons

Located in LA’s Beverly Hills and West Hollywood-adjacent design district, Naurelle’s showroom is known worldwide as a premier showplace for the best in Italian Furniture and beautiful European furnishings, lighting, and accessories. Whatever kind of effect you hope to create in a home, office, hotel, or other space, we have access to the world’s most beautifully crafted furniture. Our founder, Mr. Kayvan Nahai, is a renowned expert in the field of high-end furnishings and regularly travels the world seeking the world’s best furniture so we are always on the leading edge of beautiful furniture in Southern California.

People who are interested in purchasing fine furniture are invited to our Los Angeles location at 7970 Beverly Blvd. We are open from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Our Saturday hours are 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. We are also available by appointment on Sundays.

To start learning more right now, feel free to browse this site, use the contact information on your screen, or get in touch with us through our contact page. We are always delighted to hear from discerning furniture lovers and design experts.
*Remember the famed words attributed to Mark Twain: “The coldest winter I ever spent was a summer in San Francisco.”

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