The trend is undeniable: styles inspired by more traditional furniture are making a comeback in the interior design universe. A mix of ideas and suggestions that never really went away and that today resurface in the projects of interior designers, albeit mixed with modern.
In fact, we find classical influences almost everywhere: from unusually worked furniture to the choice of natural materials in upholstery; from wallpaper with plant motifs to increasingly soft and voluminous seating.
In the case of doors, the trend translates into a renewed preference for pantographed models with more classic lines and a solid appearance, and the revival of decorated capitals and architraves.
Talèa and Classika, in particular, are the lines that best respond to this trend in style.
Talèa, the tradition of pantography
Among the Flessya doors, those of the Talèa line are the most common in classic styles. The element that most identifies these products is the pantograph, created on the leaf with special machinery.
Classika, solidity and elegance
For those who appreciate stronger lines, the right choice is the Classika line, characterised by a very deep pantograph, up to 10 mm, which gives the entire door a very solid and important appearance.
Frame and architraves
In a classic door, the frame and architraves must always be present and appropriately designed.
Choose a rounded frame, such as Sinuo or Radius, or combine a simpler frame with a machined frame, such as Sagoma, Barocca or Unghiata.
Complete your classic door with some special elements. For example, you can apply bas-reliefs and capitals to further enrich the style, or apply a boiserie that decorates the wall in a perfectly coordinated way with the doors. A total look, absolutely classic and highly prestigious!