From the 15th to the 21st of January 2018, Essential Home will, yet again, be present at IMM Cologne! Find out what pieces will set the mid-century tone for the German trade-show!
Essential Home has confirmed its presence at the 2018 edition of IMM Cologne! Find out the mid-century magic that we will be spreading in Germany this January!
Brace yourself, Essential Home is facing the German January cold and it is going to be presenting furniture pieces in the very first interior design trade-show of the year! These are those pieces:
Essential Home’s classic.
One of the very first pieces, Monocles Sideboard was created with inspiration by James Bond, specially the gun barrel scene.
Monocles truly embodies the mid-century modern style, since it is made entirely out of walnut wood and gold plated brass.
This makes Monocles the best piece for retro and mid-century lovers to proudly own.
Inspired by the most famous occasional designs, this is the very first time that Perry Dining Chair is going at a trade-show. And what a trade show to experience!
Both the back cushion and the seat cushion are upholstered in leather, which evokes a bad-ass look, specially when in contrast with its metal shoes on the legs.
Perry definitely represents the true meaning of the mid-century modern living era.
A trade-show veteran, Hudson Armchair was there when Isaloni Milano 2017, Maison et Objet 2017, 100% Design London 2016 and Isaloni Milano 2015 happened.
All that experience happened for a reason: Hudson is probably one of our most classic pieces.
It appears to be very casual but it also stands out from the rest for being upholstered in leather.
Just like Perry, it is built in solid walnut wood and has metal shoes on its legs.
Not only that, Hudson also has a little degree recline, so it makes the perfect chair to put on your living room and have a moment of relaxation.
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