Sage Living reveals exclusive Malacca Collection in tailor-made style
Creating something modern from something traditional has been an inspiration behind Hyderabad-based first design house, Sage Living. Presenting a distinctive collection of exemplary furniture and luxury home décor, Sage Living emphasises upon precision, personality and prominence. Every exquisite design, ranging from mirrors and coffee tables to lamps and chandeliers, within their vivid portfolio are handcrafted with fine detail. With a single product you can transform a simple room into a personalised space with a modern vibe.
This month, Sage Living unveiled a collection of exclusive furniture that employs a diverse material palette and impresses with distinctive accents through their Malacca Collection. The designs are an experiment of unique material combinations and showcase Sage Living’s master workmanship. From a traditional hand woven rattan in a modern metal frame enhanced with leather, glass and brass trims treated with the best techniques by traditional craftsmen to ensure luxurious finishing, exceptional resistance and to highlight the smallest details of the artisan.
Reimagining the home space, the Malacca Collection revisits traditional styles with a modernist’s eye. For instance the Malacca table playfully juxtaposes traditional rattan weaving on a glass top and sliced strips of brass within a durable metal frame. The collection has Victorian-inspired furnishings that have been infused with soft contemporary lines and neutral tones. Take note of the chic zebra print cushions. The natural woven cane bed with a rounded metal silhouette gets signature precedence in the collection. The handcrafted Swirl dining table in solid wood with subtle natural finish stands out for its mid-century grace.
“The Malacca Collection is defined by its cutting-edge contemporary designs, a mix of contrasting materials and use of age-old techniques. Drawing inspiration from various cultures, some pieces will take you on a journey to the Victorian era, while others will lend your space an Asian embrace,” says Keerthi Tummala, Founder and Creative head of Sage Living.