After about 5 years of success, Janet Morais, the creative designer and founder of the design furniture company KOKET, decided the brand needed something to keep being allure and momentum growing. For that reason, KOKET invites you to experience its Love Happens Lounge at New York City’s Architectural Digest Design Show, this March. A place to socialize and be inspired awaits you at this year’s upcoming AD Design Show 2017 from March 16-19, at Piers 92 & 94 in New York City.
The Love Happens Lounge is set to be a luxurious space adorned with exoticism over clean vintage lines. The design features KOKET’s signature love of black with cream and gold accents gleaming throughout.
Soaring golden windows are framed by flowing drapery drawn back by polished brass hands, while large angular mirrors and golden calla lily blossoms float above. A large central Reptilia sofa, upholstered stools and benches, coffee tables and a retro bar offer many places to convene over design.
The poetic Lotus floor lamp is a dramatically exquisite way to add splendor to any setting.
The Gia chandelier consists of a hand sculpted metal calla lily freely suspended from a group of strings.
The new Gisele side table with three elegant Victorian cast brass hands on a delicate tripod base hold iridescent peacock feather top. This luxurious table is sure to be a showstopper in any room.
The simple style of the Egoist mirror brings together the Art Deco symmetry with the touch of a delicate cast brass hand holding a chain in its palm.
The bold Reptilia sofa is glorious with its black velvet upholstered curves and crowned by a meticulously hand carved crocodile.
All pieces are available for purchase or custom order. Visit KOKET at the Architectural Digest Design Show, booth 501, held from March 16 – 19 at Piers 92 & 94 in New York City, to inquire and acquire.