In the world of the best interior designs, where creativity takes center stage and spaces are transformed into works of art, there exists a league of visionary artists – the best interior designers – who effortlessly blend functionality with aesthetics. These design maestros have the ability to create inspiring environments that captivate the senses and evoke emotion.
Their keen eye for detail and impeccable taste in furnishings often leads them to discover exceptional pieces that elevate their designs to new heights. From the Love Happens Magazine “Design Questionnaire Series” we have carefully curated a selection of 15 top picks to showcase the seamless harmony between the ingenuity of these designers and the allure of KOKET’s exceptional creations.
If you were to design a room around one KOKET piece, which would it be, and why?
The Kelly Sofa. I love the shapes of this sofa and the way the materials have been used to create the waves on the back.Filippo Salbini of Salbini
PARIS OVAL DINING TABLE
Oooo…give me the Paris Oval Dining Table. My mind is already swirling with tasty ideas!Brad Ramsey of Brad Ramsey Inteirors
The Kelly Bed. I love that it “hugs” you while you sleep. What a statement piece. I might need this in my bedroom.Ginger Curtis of Urbanology Designs
CHANDRA DINING CHAIR
The Chandra Dining Chair. This wonderful chair adds a sophisticated and distinctive touch to the dining table and the golden legs give elegance to the dining room.Noura Faris of Noura Faris Designs
The Cuff Chair. I love this chair because of its versatility. The side ruching dresses it up and makes it feel special. I could see it in a primary bedroom paired with a wonderful vanity for getting ready. I picture deep, dark cabinetry in the closet, back-lit for changing and trying on. The vanity is just beyond. Grand and plentiful in size with the Cuff chair in blush pushed out slightly to invite you in for evening preparation or to remove the wrinkles of the day!Jennifer Walter of Folding Chair Design Co.
The Lisboa sofa, this piece represents the perfect balance between ultimate luxury and comfort, its relaxed style immediately calls you to kick back and sink into it.Rachel Usher
RITA COFFEE TABLE
The Rita Coffee Table. It has clean elegant lines and the noir marble speaks to my love of natural elements.Shoshanna Shapiro of Sho and Co.
I’m in LOVE! It would deﬁnitely be the Mademoiselle Armoire. I love butterﬂies, and this piece is such a dramatic focal point that makes me have them myself! I would place this in a red lacquered dining room or a moody primary bedroom with lots of emerald green velvet.Jessica Davis of JL Design
The Spellbound Cabinet. I typically like to incorporate light, earthy tones into my work using accents. If not used carefully, certain colors can give off an aged aesthetic, often making a space feel too dark or small, so it is important to use them in subtle ways. For example, accent furniture with any brown as a base-tone are great ways to use a darker color without making spaces feel compact or old.Eilyn Jimenez of Sire Design
I would love to design a space around the Lé-Lé Bench. I’m imagining the sultry, deep velvet fabric adorned in metal passementeries floating between two seating arrangements. I’d love to create a luxurious lounge reminiscent of the Solid Gold Dancers era with all the fabulous glitz and glam.Kellie Burke of Kellie Burke Interiors
The Botanica Sconce—I love the dimension and details. I can just imagine them layered over a patterned wallpaper in a powder room for a fun surprise or down a beautiful soft white hallway with black and white marble floors and an arched ceiling.Hailey Kolbe of HK Design
The Bloom Sofa. We like that it’s reminiscent of previous time periods and enjoy the practice of balancing history with current design.Adam Glickman and Lauren Schlesinger of Glickman Schlesinger
This piece screams endless possibilities. I love that it is interesting to look at, can be used in a room that is formal or functional, and it doesn’t need to be over-accessorized to shine!Lauren Lerner of Living with Lolo
The Nahema Chair. This is a beautiful chair. It dances between feeling feminine but has a balance of masculine too. I like the Art Deco flavoring it offers with the wood and metal mixed. Art Deco is one of my favorite design periods. I would use it for a dining room or even as a conference room chair, depending on the project style and needs of the business.Jen Dallas of Jen Dallas Studio
I love the organic texture, but luxurious impression of the Passion Sconce. I would love to create a rustic but minimalistic room and have this be the one statement piece in it.Jaclyn Genovese of Spaces by Jacflash
As we come to the end of our exploration into the design-inspiring world of the best interior designers and their favorite KOKET pieces, we are left in awe of the transformative power of talent, craftsmanship, and ingenuity.
Through the Love Happens “Design Questionnaire Series,” we have had the privilege of gaining insight into the minds of these interior designers, witnessing their passion for their craft and their love for KOKET’s luxurious pieces. From sumptuous sofas to exquisite lighting fixtures, each chosen piece reflects its unique style and serves as a testament to the perfect marriage of functionality and aesthetics.
As we bid farewell, we are inspired by their artistry and reminded that the world of interior design continues to evolve, guided by the unyielding pursuit of beauty, innovation, and the everlasting allure of KOKET’s iconic creations.