A sexy vintage appeal will lure you into KOKET’s signature black booth in Paris this winter. Designed with a Metallic Tease theme, the black silk Moiré walls are accented by glamorous golden panels.
Be seduced by KOKET’s chic metallics at Maison et Objet in Hall 7 Stand F16/G15 from January 20 – 24.
The booth, with a color palette of sensuous creams, robust blacks, alluring golds and bronzes, warm rusts and acid greens, perfectly embodies the mature look of KOKET’s newest designs. From the Art Deco angles of the Lemprica and Egoist mirrors, to the elegant Victorian cast brass hands of the Giselle side table and the feminine curves of the Exotic Ormolu desk and Hemma Chair, this season’s new introductions take on a luxurious yet minimalist feel, with touches of exotic materials over clean stylish lines and a faint suggestion of retro flair. Along with a selection of KOKET’s iconic favorites, these new pieces are sure to charm all that lay eyes on them.
The new Egoist mirror addition brings together the Art Deco symmetry with the touch of a delicate cast brass hand holding a chain in its palm.
Zeba chaise is the highlight for a reading nook. Its sleek modern upholstery in metallic Jaipur leather is coupled with sophisticated curves on a fluid lacquered base.
Be seduced by the glam of the new Hemma chair. The sculptural metal base gives us a hint of feminine curves while the upholstery is takes us to a retro modern period.
The new sophisticated black Exotic Ormulu desk is being used as a vanity area, with French cabriole legs and exquisite metal ormolu support an exuberant peacock feather surface protected by a layer of clear glass.
The Lemprica mirror embodies the whirlwind decade of the 1920s with rich angular shapes and multi-colored glass from the Art Deco period.
The classic KOKET solid brass “three leg” chair combines perfectly a modern twist with an Asian vibe.
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