Hippie Office Furniture

Old furniture, especially antique pieces, is very valuable and highly appreciated. Each piece of furniture is also a piece of history. It’s why preserving them intact is very important in most cases. However, some prefer to include that history into a new design. It’s how pieces such as the ones in this collection are created. This is a series designed by Hoda Baroudi and Maria Hibr.

The collection includes ten hippie-style furniture pieces, each featuring a unique design. Created for the Quirico Company, the collection has an old charm that makes it very difficult to compare with anything else. The pieces included in this series are obtained through a process of redesigning and restyling old office furniture. The designers use original fabrics and antique textiles so the new pieces share the same unique charm as the old ones.

The Hippie office furniture collection is a one-of-a-kind creation. It’s colorful and impregnated with history. It includes items such as chairs, sofas and armchairs, all featuring a very interesting mix of old and new. Add a touch of color and style to your home office and be different by not choosing the conventional style. The bold prints and colors give each piece personality which will also be transferred to the entire room. There are several options to choose from. You can opt for neutral colors and simple patterns or for a more dynamic combination if you wish to also create a focal point in the room.

Published by in Sofa and Chair, on August 24th, 2009


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