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hen selecting modern furnishings for your home, the quality of the materials is important. If you are looking for comfortable pieces that are built to last, look no further than Italian furniture maker Natuzzi Editions. Renowned for its innovative designs, Natuzzi Editions is passionate about the materials used, from the fillings to the coverings and everything in between. A vast range of upholsteries and finishes allow you to customize any piece according to your style and needs. Leathers. This highly valued material is strong, flexible, and naturally adapts to the shape of your body, staying cool in the summer and warm in the winter for absolute comfort. Natuzzi Editions offers two families of leather to suit your lifestyle. An elegant choice, Natural leathers are treated to preserve the natural characteristics of the hide and enhance its aesthetics, with variations in grain, veining, and color. For households with children, Protecta leathers are ideal. Shielded from stains and the signs of age without affecting their beauty, these leathers are easily cleaned and withstand punctures from pets.



Fabrics. For those seeking something informal yet still sophisticated, fabrics are a practical option. Integrating beauty, durability, easy care and a velvet suede touch in a brilliant palette of colors, Natuzzi Editions upholsteries are designed for a wide variety of lifestyles and interior decors. Fine, natural materials like linen, wool, silk, and cotton are combined with the performance of technical textiles like viscose, velvet, and microfibers, providing superior resistance to washing and wear. For more information about Natuzzi Editions furnishings, you can contact Malenzzi Modern Italian DĂŠcor at 949-579-9701. Located at 18093 Newhope St., Fountain Valley, they offer a wide selection of Italian home furnishings, as well as custom-made furniture from blueprints. You can visit them online at See their ad on page 23.


Orange County Living Magazine August/September 2018  
Orange County Living Magazine August/September 2018