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Worm weather lovers, beach enthusiasts and holiday fans… brace yourselves, because summer is coming! It is undoubtedly the most expected season of the year and, for BRABBU, a home renovation is the greatest way to celebrate it. This is your opportunity to choose between a range of unique furniture pieces, specially selected according to 2016 summer trends!
Get to know the stories and inspirations behind BRABBU pieces. Different cultures and nature beautiful elements are the starting point for the brand’s newest releases. Ready to meet the true meaning of summer?
SUMMER IS TRAVELLING
Let’s start this journey in Africa with the Batak people, one of the most ancient tribes in the world. BATAK velvet armchair covers the rich culture of the tribe and embraces their same ancestral beliefs, bringing a feeling of fellowship to any ambience. Its orange color is a bold color for a modern living room decor!
But BRABBU’s endless desire to discover cultures from all around the world led our designers to Myanmar, in Asia, to create the KAYAN mirror, also named after a tribe. Kayan women are known for using neck rings, brass coils that are placed around the neck, appearing to lengthen it. Traditionally made in aged brushed brass, KAYAN mirror is the perfect complement for creating an exotic home. And this last inspiration comes directly from Tunisia.
The elegant and comfortable CAYO velvet armchair has its name after the Tunisian Cayo Island, a nature wonder with beautiful landscapes and an impressive green sea. What a great destination for your summer holidays!
BATAK and CAYO armchair both are part of a new BRABBU upholstery collection. See the video below:
SUMMER IS NATURE
The first iconic piece from BRABBU, SEQUOIA center table, is a nature force, an ancient spirit belonging to the largest and tallest trees in the world. The different veneer from the table top show the passage of the years, enriched by the texture of the brass bark.
ESSEX upholstered velvet chair , a sublime upholstery piece for the most luxurious homes, was inspired by metamorphosis, the transformation process from caterpillar to butterfly, representing the evolution and wonderful development of nature.
BEGONIA armchair was named after a beautiful flower from tropical countries, inspired by its warm energies and the bold shape of its petals, and IBIS 2 seat sofa, with all the refinement of velvet in a unique upholstery piece, represents these beautiful birds known from their long slim legs.
SUMMER IS COCKTAIL PARTY
With the warmer weather comes the perfect time to enjoy a cocktail party, and with BRABBU’s collection of bar chairs every drink gets even more tasty. Check out the bar suggestions from choose the one you like the most:
Ancient Roman women dressed with a distinct and incomparable class. STOLA bar chair owes its name to these women’s clothes, symbol of elegance and strength.
PLUM bar chair celebrates the luxury and opulence associated to this bold color, highlighted by the synthetic leather that composes it, synonymous of class and exuberance.
The royalty, class and luxury of the Bourbon dynasty, represented by Louis XIV, inspired the velvet BOURBON bar chair, which makes up any refined ambience.
And, finally, DAVIS bar chair was named after the sea along the coast of East Antarctica, representing its colors and its ripple through the forms that convey movement. Are you ready to embrace the most expected season of the year?
These last upholstery bar chairs are part of a new project by BRABBU focus on hospitality / contract industry. Know more about BRABBU contract with the following video:
Because we are excited in showing the most modern living room decor ideas we can, here’s one more video:
What did you think about BRABBU collection for Summer?
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