Aico furniture company has proved its excellence in living room designing as stamping its impact, not only on the wood, but also in the minds. The brand became one of the leading furniture manufacturers in the world due to the variety of styles it provides for the customers. The beautiful living rooms made of chestnut wood, mahogany wood and oak; are quite elegant compared to old classic styles and those produced nowadays. Aico labels its living room designs among a wide group of models named after famous hotels and few other names that suit every style. Aico was passionate about introducing exceptional stuff as seeking reputation and a premium place in the world. And it created the ideas needed for having incomparable living rooms of their own, at every home. All living rooms came in classic style and different designs that were inspired from luxurious palace furniture, architecture, countryside ambience, art, culture and even old glamour classic furniture. We can see in this collection king size living rooms of soft fabrics covering the big sofas, to provide comfort and elegance for you and your guests. The fabrics were used in almost all models, and mostly soft velour was used in different colors, but was not the only good feature in Aico’s furniture.
The living rooms came with many carvings to express the inspiration of each of them. Most of the designs came with beaded back and sides as not many prefer the old wooden sided living rooms. The beading was also layered with soft velour for the big sofas, while some of the single chairs came without side beading to show a change in each living room. As Aico seeks a unique look for its furniture, the company produced a few models with leather coating all over the sides or on the full body, to add a touch of elegance through a modern impact. The living rooms were made of brown wood, mostly oak wood to ensure a long lifetime, and were beaded with sponge with fiber layer covered in velour, to make them more comfortable. They were also taking different shapes that differed according to their design, and the curves were a matching feature with the light colored living rooms. As Aico knows its fans adore the style, it provided a new idea of mixing colors within the same model. For example, it chose the perfect colors matching together such as brown, beige, camel and champagne for many pieces within the same label. Some labels also contained light colors such as honey, light yellow, light mustard, light olive, purple, silver, and a touch of red as a separate piece to match with the living rooms.