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Habitat: our favorites for fall-winter 2016-2017

Habitat: our favorites for fall-winter 2016-2017

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Last June, the editorial 'exclusively presented you the new fall-winter 2016-2017 collection from Habitat. Good news, it has just been released in stores and is now available to everyone. The choice is vast and the products all more decorative than the others, so what to choose? We give you our 10 favorites in pictures!

Water in the decor

Habitat For fall-winter 2016-2017, Habitat is inspired by the four elements to create a collection marked with authenticity. Here, the water materializes by a crystalline blue on the wall and on the furniture. We like the side table in fiberboard and lacquered bamboo, a good way to play with materials and colors with ease.

Yellow even in winter

Habitat At Habitat, I ask for fire! Flamboyant yellow enters the living room and that is not to displease us. A cheerful and punchy decor with touches, on a wall or an armchair, like the Daborn model in fabric (and beech legs).

Libertad, Julie Figueroa Zafiro's sofa

Habitat The young designers of tomorrow are entering alongside the big names of this world. To launch them, Habitat and My Major Company created a contest whose 3 winners had the chance to have their furniture edited. This is the case of Julie Figueroa Zafiro and her Libertad sofa, designed to "respond to the different postures that we naturally adopt in her sofa". We love this wind of freedom in decoration!

Coast, Tina Frey's porcelain tableware

Habitat Favorite for porcelain tableware designed by Tina Frey. The range, including bowls, plates, salad bowls and decanters, seduces with its sleek design and its know-how: "the pieces are first sculpted by hand in clay before being cast in resin in a custom mold ". Slightly asymmetrical, its beauty is precisely in its imperfections.

Hashylle, the invincible hook

Habitat We can say that Haschylle caught the eye of the editor! This solid walnut coat hook multiplies endlessly and transforms at will. Ideal in an entry to hang the coats of adults or in a child's room, alongside the schoolboy chair Paul, in solid beech.

Iden, the ceramic and leather basin

Habitat Here is a nice gift for winter 2016-2017! This Iden vase plays the bi-material card with ceramic and leather. Chic and elegant, all you have to do is put your bouquet of flowers there.

Mix of colors and materials in the kitchen

Habitat Who said that black doesn't work in the kitchen? Habitat presents a chic and design kitchen where the art of the table takes care of coloring the room. Colorful touches but also materials with a ceramic pitcher, earthenware jars, a metal egg basket, olive wood cutting boards…

A contemporary living room where life is good

Habitat We are inspired by Habitat's contemporary living room, which mixes styles and colors in a beautiful overall harmony. We note the blown glass vase in the foreground and the embroidered linen cushion, whose name Idylle makes us dream.

Cushions on the floor

Habitat Decorative elements in their own right, cushions are on the rise at Habitat! Explosion of colors and patterns, which we even put on a red sofa. We mix the materials (cotton, acrylic and linen) and warm colors for a cozy look, on the floor.