The California bedroom is made with solid beech and maple wood, and the cruved elements which give the furniture its graceful, light appeareance are made of plywood produced in our factory.


The Neoclassical style of furniture which developed in the Lombardy región of Italy at the turn of the 18th Century featured clean, defined lines and produced elegant designs that avoided excess without falling into simplicity.

In response to demand from customers and current tendencies, Vicente Zaragozá has created a completely new collection in Walnut Palm veneer, which is called “Hermitage” in tribute to the famous museum and art gallery in Saint Petersburg, Russia. The collection takes inspiration in the work of Italian masters of the late 18th Century such as Maggiolini and the Manfredini brothers to create an elegant design, which is at the same time original and clearly in the style of Vicente Zaragozá. The inlay features a background of imbuya wood and pieces of mother-of-pearl, as well as a variety of different types of wood making the design itself. Carved elements and gold leaf decoration complete a collection embued with a rich serenity. Furniture to grace the most world’s refined residences.

The Verona collection has its roots in the Empire style, which was dominant in the palaces and royal courts of Napoleon’s Europe at the beginning of the nineteenth century. Originally combined with noble veneers such as Walnut, these majestic lines are now rejuvenated with a new finish.

Our designers have looked to the east to present a new lacquered finish inspired in the interiors of the courts of the Tsars. A delicate two-toned marbled surface alternates with a light brushed effect, to achieve a lightness of appearance while retaining the strength provided by the first-class materials used in our furniture. Our usual wooden inlay is replaced by designs in gold and silver leaf in our first lacquered collection.

The Verona collection is inspired by the French empire style, which dominated the European scene in the early years of the XIX Century. Specifically, its shapes are based on the furniture commissioned by Napoleon for Fontainebleau Palace. Aristocratic pieces, hand-made with a selection of noble woods with walnut veneer, enriched with antique gold details and hand-engraved solid brass handles.

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  • [13-05-2011]

    Vicente Zaragozá S.A. continúa y consolida su internacionalización en países como la Federación Rusa, Kazajistán, Ucrania, Vietnam, Argelia o Bulgaria, con la cofinanciación del Fondo Europeo de Desarrollo Regional de la Unión Europea.