BRABBU is a furniture brand that designs a wide variety of categories, from tables to lighting, accessories and rugs, but what they are most known for – it seems – it’s the Armchairs. For Christmas, they put together a set of their most festive chairs, which display tones of earthy reds and greens as well as a ‘snow-white’ chair.
BRABBU believes that a living room during Christmas needs more than a beautifully decorated pine tree. Just as the tree is covered in seasonal ornaments, so can a living room. That is why they present a set of armchairs that have the power to bring special warmth to the moments and spaces where people get together and celebrate.
This is the Kayapo armchair, with green distressed leather. You can almost contour a pine tree if you look closely in the fabric.
KAYAPO armchair is an inspiration based on medical plants. KAYAPO tribe normally gets their medicine from 650 different plants around their village, a sustainable way of wellbeing. KAYAPO chair has the same power. The green distressed leather will give the right comfort that will provide a sensation of wellbeing.
Snowy Nanook in a white leather fabric.
NANOOK is the master of bears, the one who decides the luck of the hunters in the Arctic regions. This armchair blends the beauty and grandiosity of this animal through the robust body covered by white leather. NANOOK armchair embodies a myth from Inuit culture and tells a story while you leave yourself to its comfort.
Earth chair is soft dark green velvet.
EARTH is the movement and the rhythm of the world. Inspired by the movement of the Earth around its own axis, EARTH spinning chair is the balance between the light and the dark, the days and the nights as it is composed by hammered brass and soft dark green velvet, fitting perfectly in every space.
And our personal favourite… the Maori armchair, in bordeaux leather.
MAORI armchair inspiration was based on a New Zealand tribe known by the same name, MAORI. They have a traditional dance called Haka, which they perform for numerous reasons such as welcoming guests.
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