Introducing Selva, the Italian furniture house that offers everything you could possibly need for the home, priding itself on its strict age-old crafting techniques to produce modern interpretations of traditional masterpieces.
Its luxury furniture is designed and sculpted with tender, love and meticulous attention to detail by Verona-based artisans. And this is the reason the brand is so popular with interior enthusiasts and professionals across the globe, including LuxDeco’s very own Interiors Director, Linda Holmes. “I have incorporated Selva furniture into my interior design projects since the beginning of my career,” the interior designer reveals, “and, with the brand’s unwavering quality craftsmanship, timeless designs and exquisite use of materials, that’s not about to change anytime soon.”
With its penchant for high-calibre woods and upholstery, alongside its timeless design, the brand’s creations hit the spot every season.
The Dawn of a Furniture Legend
Despite the fact that Selva make everything from beds and chairs to mirrors, in countless finishes and fabrics, each creation is still made by hand in Isola Rizza, near Verona, and displays that superior level of craftsmanship the Italian artisans are famed for.
Take a behind-the-scenes look at Selva’s workshop:
Best of Both Worlds
The Philipp Selva line takes care of a more modern mood with bright, patterned upholstery and woodwork inspired by geometrical forms while designs from the Epoca by Selva line hark back to shapely 19th-century aesthetics.
Selva believes in collaborative efforts. The brand works with a range of in-house designers, including the Italian creative Tiziano Bistaffa, who has loyally designed for the brand since 1984, but also commissions a wealth of fabulous external designers. American designer Peggy Norris’s flair brings feminine lines and a lightness to Selva furniture while Leonardo Dainelli of Design Studio Dainelli experiments with form and the retro shapes of bygone eras.