KOKET returns with a metallic rage that will provoke your inner punk! Along with a punky color palette of black, cream and caramel, mixed with gleaming gold and bronze metals, KOKET is unveiling numerous new additions with the brand’s signature daring design aesthetic.
Part of the Guilty Pleasures collection, KOKET is unveiling numerous new additions with the brand’s signature daring design aesthetic. Opulent new casegoods, upholstery and lighting will surprise and entice with mesmerizing accents and exotic materials.
Glittering new casegoods will be setting the scene for modern luxury. The new Ribbon dining table fluid base will mesmerize as black and gold metal bend and curve to form a functional art piece.
The Minx coffee table blends the beauty of silver and gold metal in a punky and structured Art Deco design.
A new Opium cabinet featuring leather covered doors, and the Decadence Bookcase composed of two ornate metal semi-circle joined in a glamourous union by sleek glass shelves.
The femme fatales of upholstery will be joined by a new bench, sofa and two new chair designs. It is hard to miss the stylish radiance the glows around the Luna bench, and her striking, fully upholstered design completed by two crescent moons that serve as arms on either side of her long body.
The Sofia sofa will take your breath away with her glamorous take on mid-century modern design featuring an upholstered body cupped by a golden base. The two chairs, Naomi and Nahema are the edgy modern sisters of the chair collection.
KOKET took a unique approach to the new lighting additions, introducing new materials and striking designs. The Amaretto sconce and chandelier have a traditional, round paneled design composed of tempered bronze glass and polished brass.
The Roxy chandelier is just as alluring as her name with a unique circular design and glittering crystals that center around golden spheres. Stir up the rebellious spirit within and embrace the new metal rages touches as a trend for 2017.
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