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With the Jungle Love look, heavy metal meets a jungle feel. Cool designs and materials combine with wild plant décor and furniture elements in shades of green and brown.
Trends don't just apply to the catwalk – they can also be found in the GO IN furniture showroom. Cover fabrics are the “haute couture” accessory for high-quality seating furniture. When it comes to form and design, as well as...
The materials used in professional furniture are also subject to fashions and trends. At the moment, brass, copper, raw steel, marble and oak are in demand. In this article, the experts from GO IN reveal what these materials...
Among the many new products in the 2019 GO IN range, one family of products really stands out: Bellevue di Monaco. This melodious name refers to a family of tables and chairs in a minimalist yet exclusive design – it is a range...
The Eye Candy looks are all about the courageous use of colour - colourful treats are eye-catcher and increase the desirability of a location beyond pure sensationalism.
Isn’t it delightful?! From a hearty Bavarian pub to a bar in a modern, alpine chic style: Heidy always looks great and has its heart in the right place – in the backrest, to be specific.
There have rarely been so many new products! GO IN has extended its product range by almost 70 new products for 2019.
Bringing glamour to modern restaurants and hotels: table, chair and stool frames in brass, copper and gold tones stand for a look that goes as well with elegant retro designs as it does with industrial style.
Wide, woven straps, roughened surfaces with a natural feel, bright colours, Mediterranean patterns – discover a whole new side of woven furniture in 2019.
Even at the major furniture fairs in 2018, such as the Salone del Mobile in Milan, two trends have clearly stood out: the joy of mixing materials and shapes and the continuing enthusiasm for various retro designs.
The second Al-Masaa Café opened its doors at the end of August. It features 800 seats and around 1,000 GO IN products for indoor and outdoor use.
Nowadays, when design and furnishing is described as “deluxe”, it has nothing to do with the baroque style and its opulence and exuberance. “Retrolux” is the current name for luxurious interiors.
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