Covet Collection is once again showing its forward-thinking, settings trends, and forecasting design. This year presents its all-new set of highly curated pieces for 2022.
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Named after Rio de Plata, one of the places visited by the Portuguese adventurers in the early European exploration of the Patagonia region, this sublime console has a mix of metal and Patagonia marble. Also, its exciting two rounded legs converge with the modern straight lines from the top, creating a combination of both natural and contemporary elements.





In physical geography, a steppe is an ecoregion characterized by grassland plains without trees apart from those near rivers and lakes, another very familiar landscape in Patagonia, which served as the inspiration for the natural curves and shapes of Steppe Armchair. A comfortable and appealing seating piece, upholstered in a soft moss green velvet and a subtle metal champagne foot.







The round dining table culminates the inspiration for the overall Patagonian collection. The interesting and unique foot of the table, with little globes representing each archipelago, glacier, landmass, and city in the Patagonian region. A circular Patagonian marble top is the culmination of this homage, while the champagne lacquered foot represents the region’s individuality and natural beauty.





The Valdés Peninsula has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Place for its global significance as a site for marine animal conservation, where its shape and crystal-clear water served as the inspiration for this unique console. An enormous round mirror combined with a dark walnut top, over two sublime designed legs. Beautifully crafted and naturally inspired.







The Heel Stone lies Northeast of the Sarsen Circle, beside the end portion of Stonehenge Avenue, a stone with a highly texturized surface and elemental carved shape. The three feet made from carved hardwood taper in similar characteristic to the Heel Stone and highlighted in a three-color finish to resemble the sky and light cast on the Heel Stone at different times of the year. The dove white marble tabletop immediately mirrors the shape and colors of the famous stone as well. The cohesive element of the collection, is a granite stone adding luxurious details to an exquisite table, turning it into a unique item for any dining setting.





The massive marble deposits on the border of General Carrera Lake have been eroded away by the water over 6,200 years, resulting in caves, tunnels, and massive columns of pure marble. This tall bookcase serves as the homage to this natural, beautiful phenomenon. Extensive utility compartments in dark walnut veneer over a Patagonia marble top, finishing in an exquisite modern metal champagne structure.


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At the golden hour, the famous Perito Moreno Glaciar irradiates a soft and warm color, contrasting with the coldness of these ice plates. This phenomenon inspired the top of Perito Desk. The illuminance and wideness of the plain glacier are represented through the simple use of a straight Patagonia marble surface, mixed with some small metal champagne details, both on the legs and top. A simplistic design that elevates itself for its content, for its story, and for being a unique piece.





The name of this amorphic side table comes from the art of making thin sheets of rock. The Slater Side Table is expertly made from a slate of Patagonia marble and metal champagne, with four curved black lacquer legs. The surface is shapeless to give it a natural, organic feel. A subtle, yet distinct design.


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