Boffi Georgetown, located at 3320 M Street, NW, Washington, DC, just announced the latest remodel of its Georgetown showroom, which now features the newest kitchen, bathroom and wardrobe systems in its well-established lifestyle concept showroom. From new finishes including metallics to the latest wardrobe organizers to artisan and mosaic tiles – some made of recycled computer screens, the renovated spaces, especially on the second level, include a completely new room highlighting wardrobe systems and also incorporate a room separating bookshelf.
The Antibes wardrobe system, available as a traditional wardrobe or walk-in configuration with single side panels, takes center stage in the new wardrobe area. The melamine-coated structure is offered in three finishes including thermo-treated larch work, natural elm, grey or matt white. The versatile systems provide storage for everything from trouser-holders to shirt trays to shoe shelves and open shelving for sweaters. Door finishes include all matt lacquers, polyester and veneer wood with aluminum frame and glass.
A new kitchen on display on the second floor is from the Hide series and features the new finish called Metals, which reproduces the typical effect of metallic surfaces, rendered through a very precise and technical sequence of production cycles. The characteristic metallic effect of the surface is given by the alternation of manual and mechanical processes, the quality of the chromium particles-enriched acrylic paints, and the complex drying procedure. The various shades of color – halos caused by the spread of the paint chromium particles – and the succession of multi-directional brushing of the surface make each piece a unique and exclusive one. The Brompton bookshelf, a floor-to-ceiling bookcase made of aluminum uprights with shelves in Canaletto walnut, separates the Hide series kitchen from the bathroom area on the upper level.
Previous updates to the Boffi Georgetown Showroom included the installation of the Xila kitchen in 3D wood with black cosmic countertop and new domestici “move” accessories, as well as Xila tall units with Lasermat finish, all visible from the M Street storefront. The Xila line, designed by Luigi Massoni + CRS Boffi, is a simplified kitchen in type and modules that is available in different finishes and features no handles, but instead is fitted with handrail solutions on base cabinets and tall unit doors.
The Boffi Showroom also features its A45, designed by Victor Vasilev, which is a 45-degree, angle-shaped molded washbasin in Cristalplant installed with Flyer cabinet. This washbasin features incredible functionality and capacity in both freestanding and top-mounted options, and can be completed with a Lotus mirror. Also on display are the Gio and Outliner lights, the CT line wall system in PaperStone®, Air ST ceiling fan, and IKO accessories including a freestanding towel holder series consisting of stainless steel rods with weighted base in stone.
Boffi Georgetown’s technically precise kitchens, baths and wardrobes, along with B&B Italia and Maxalto furnishings, create a lifestyle concept showroom providing architects, interior designers and homeowners a one- stop shop for all design/home needs. For more information visit boffigeorgetown.com or call 1-202-337-7700.