BDNY 2016: Exploring Essential Home – The epitome of bohemian retro design. The harmony of masculine and feminine. The classic and contemporary.
BDNY 2016 is near us, introducing only the best of high-quality hospitality designin the capital of art and design that is New York. Brands such as Ego Paris, Cambria and Essential Homewill participate in the event to expose their work, that is impressive due to the creativity and beauty of the pieces. This event will allow a great sense of innovation and dynamic of the field, by creating an environment where major talents of the expertise can get together.
Today at My Design Agenda we decided to explore a little bit more about Essential Home, its concept, its inspirations and its work and let you guys know about this stunning interior design brand.
Essential Home stands out for its unique style and personality. They combine different references from the 30’s and 60’s to create amazing mid century modern lines. The brand deals with different, intimate and cozy ambiances that express elegance and luxury that is conveyed by the use of high quality materials.
The brand finds its inspiration anywhere. On the sleek lines of a futuristicchair, retro ads that defined a generation, classic and iconic movie stars and heart-breakers from the 60’s, you name it. Their pieces are a combination of sensitivity, colors, matter and design that create a sort of union between the past and the present.
The team characterizes themselves as “youngsters with an old soul” demonstrating their passion for the good old days. The mission is to provide an endless experience of the 40’s, 50’s and 60’s with a modern signatureto make it irresistible. The combination of classic and contemporary design is integral to the brand’s maverick sense of style.
For the future we can expect more design, inspiration and innovation. Essential Home wants to become a reference on the design marketproducing unique and timeless pieces of furniture that will endure.
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