Box Living recently introduced their latest furniture range in anticipation of spring. The range, appropriately called The Bloom Collection, incorporates organic swirls and spirals, also plant, shell, and horn motifs. Some pieces even incorporate a little 60’s inspiration with several “flower power” patterns.
Headed by Tristan Voss and his brother-in-law Dale Rautenbach, Box Living was born a couple of years ago when they stumbled upon a small furniture collection in Indonesia designed by architects Marcel Opstal and Maya Basroel.
There is something truly unique about Box Living’s furniture ranges and designs. Even though most of the pieces are orient-inspired, it has rare global trend relevance. Highly detailed with a strong eclectic-mix, each piece is a feature item – a bold statement to any interior.
I particularly love the mirrors – big, oversized and ornate, they are fated to be the focal point of the room they inhabit.
Although the furniture is of oriental origin, the designs are timeless & elegant – this is no cheap mass-produced shipment that fell off a Chinese boat.
With its bold chinoiserie and strong geometric patterns, most Box Living pieces are destined for an opulent Hollywood Recency styled room or will deliver a bit of eastern fusion to any contemporary interior.
Some of their other ranges include Snap, a prêt-a-porter collection of their most sought-after furniture and décor pieces; a stylish and natural weather-resistant outdoor range and the Nipis Collection with features intricate weaving and exceptional detailing.
So what do you think? Do you also find it beautifully brooding and strangely emotive?
I had such difficulty deciding with images to use for their post – all of the feature such gorgeous items. Be sure to check out the complete catalogues on Box Living’s website: here.
Posted on August 26, 2011, in Decor, Furniture, Interior Design, Interviews & Features, Suppliers and tagged Box Living, Decor, Furniture, Hollywood Regency, Indonesia, Interior Design, Opulent, Oriental, South Africa. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.