The iconic collection from Ethimo has a change of look

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The Costes collection, which has been expanding over the years with new items such as the table and modular sofa, is now dressed in chocolate for the winter season. Natural or pickled-finish teak gives way to a new version in chocolate teak.
This finish will be available for the 2/3 seater-sofa, the armchair and the coffee table. All the warmth of stained and polished wood and the simple, regular lines of the collection make Costes the most versatile collection by Ethimo, able to adapt to public and private spaces, indoors as well as out. The essential lines and the details of the items in the collection adapt perfectly to this new finish, bringing out the material qualities of the wood without abandoning the most up-to-date styles and settings. Ideal for both country and city living.
The comfort of these items of furniture is given by the cushions covered in acrylic materials, made with a weave that is soft to the touch, from technical textiles to classic tartan and houndstooth prints, or in velvet.

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