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smow USM Configurator
USM Haller Highboard M, Customisable
USM Haller Sideboard L, Customisable
USM Haller Sideboard XL, Customisable
USM Haller Sideboard M, Customisable
Lounge Chair & Ottoman
USM Haller Highboard L, Customisable
USM Haller Lowboard L with Extension, Customisable
Egg Chair
USM Haller Lowboard XL, Customisable
Adjustable Table E 1027
Grand Repos
Offer
LC2 Armchair
USM Haller Highboard XL, Customisable
USM Haller Lowboard L with 2 Drop-down Doors
Noguchi Coffee Table
USM Haller Lowboard M with Extension, Customisable
LTR Occasional Table
USM Haller Side Table 35
LC3 Sofa
USM Haller Sideboard L with 2 Drop-down Doors
Wassily Chair
USM Haller Highboard L with 4 Drop-down Doors
PH 5
USM Haller TV-/Hi-Fi-Lowboard, Customisable
USM Haller Side Table 50
Laccio Table
AJ Standing Lamp
Panthella Mini Table Lamp
Vertigo Pendant Lamp
Ulmer Hocker
String System Shelves (Set of 3)
Trifolium Butterfly Chair
Emo
USM Haller TV-Table
FNP 4
FNP Individual
WG 24
String System Floor Panel
USM Haller Living Room Shelf L
USM Haller TV Lowboard with Castors
Componibili Round - 3 Compartments
Offer
LC3 Armchair
TV Lowboard R 109N
Flowerpot VP3 Table lamp
Tray Tables
Daybe Sofa bed
Panthella Portable
Wooden Dolls
LC2 Sofa
Duke
Lounge Chair & Ottoman - White Version
Mags Sofa with Récamière
Saarinen Round Side Table
USM Haller Side Table with Side Panels
Regal Eiermann
Around Coffee Table
Flowerpot VP1 Pendant Lamp
USM Haller Sideboard M with 1 Drop-down Door
USM Haller Sideboard M open
Tolomeo Mega Terra
USM Haller Lowboard M, with 1 Drop-down Door
Buchstabler
String Pocket
String System Drawer Unit
Mags Sofa
Flowerpot VP9 Portable
Panthella Floor Lamp
USM Haller Lowboard M open
USM Haller Sideboard L open
Luca Stand
Patera
String System Wall Panel
String System Cabinet With Sliding Doors
Felt Coasters for USM Haller Shelf
USM Haller Sideboard 50, Customisable
Oki
Panthella Midi 320 Table Lamp
Diamond Chair
AJ Table Lamp
USM Haller Highboard M open
Akari BB3-55DD
Eames House Bird
Panton Wire Cube
Tolomeo Basculante Lettura
Flowerpot VP7 Pendant Lamp
B 117
F10 Connect with Drawers
Seat Dots
PH 5 Monochrome
Lounge Chair & Ottoman - Natural Edition
KK47000 Safari Chair
Algue
Corniches
DLM - Don't Leave Me
Kaiser Idell 6631-P
USM Haller Side Table with Drawer
Componibili Round - 4 Compartments
Offer
M4RS
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Versatile and individual: The Living Room

Soft Modular Sofa from Vitra

No domestic room says so much about its inhabitants as the living room: Here one shares time with those people and activities which bring pleasure. Living room furniture is not only an indicator of a very personal style, but also says something about the leisure interests of the occupants. The basic features of a stylish living room include, in addition to a designer sofa, a complementing coffee or side table, a TV cabinet or a lowboard and lights to provide the appropriate atmosphere. In addition shelving, lounge furniture and accessories complete the personal feel-good ambience.


Living room furniture and home accessories from Fritz Hansen

Connect Sofa from Muuto


Feel-good atmosphere with design classics by Charles and Ray Eames


The living room through the ages

While the living room used to be primarily the centre of family life and served to welcome guests and host joint meals, its function today is ever more versatile: on the one hand there is an increasing trend towards contemporary spatial concepts, such as the modern eat-in kitchen, and on the other, the family, in our age of residential communities, single apartments and multi-generation housing is only one model of living amongst many. Accordingly, the possibilities of interior design are versatile and the boundaries between dining room, living room and working room furniture flowing. For this reason, smow offers a variety of high-quality and functional furniture for the living room, which can often be used in very different contexts: The modular USM Haller furniture system - originally designed as office furniture - can be used, for example, in the entire living space and can be tailored to individual requirements. Among the design furniture for the living room one finds design classics of the modern age as well as contemporary furniture designs, which, like the representatives of Scandinavian Design, often take up the legacy of modernity and expand or reinterpret it.


Modern kitchen with designer furniture from Vitra


The String shelving system with storage solution

Perfect multimedia solution: the USM Haller Lowboards


Mags Sofa from Hay


Wellness oasis thanks to perfect lighting mood

The role of the lighting concept should never be underestimated when selecting living room furniture; lighting ensures as it does a cozy atmosphere, especially in the evening, and can be adapted to the occasion at best. In this context, LED technology offers exciting new possibilities. LEDs are particularly small, remain intact for a long time and can therefore be permanently installed - such minimalist designs as the infinitely dimmable floor lamp LUM by Thonet would not be possible without the innovative technology. The range of wall, ceiling and suspension lamps covers almost a century of design history, offering a personal favourite for every style and taste. You can get detailed information on lamp types and lighting technology as well as the possibility to get individual advice from a smow lighting expert on the smow domestic lighting page.


Gräshoppa floor lamp from Gubi

Flowerpot table lamp by Verner Panton


Thonet nesting tables by Marcel Breuer