Individual Design & Authentic Style with KOKET in Milan
In 2023 KOKET is all about self-love, celebrating individuality and authenticity in the 6th edition of Love Happens Mag, and now at the world’s largest fair of its kind, Salone del Mobile.Milano, during Milan Design Week 2023.
The name KOKET comes from founder Janet Morais’ coquettish personality. Thus making individuality a core element of the brand since its start. From iconic statement designs to custom and bespoke creations and an interior designer-curated collection of textiles and finishes, KOKET brings authenticity to the most exclusive interiors in the world.
In celebration of its love for individual and authentic design, and its exotic vibes! At the 2023 edition of Salone del Mobie.Milano, the brand brings new and exclusive designs and finishes. All ready to help others create the most fabulous individualized and personally authentic interiors.
The best interiors feature a variety of brands, each selected to meet the needs and desires of its inhabitants. With collaborations always in mind, KOKET’s alluring home decor showcase also features porcelain accents and lighting by Lladró and luxury textiles by Jim Thompson.
KOKET Icons of Individual Design in Milan 2023
Shining with KOKET individuality, icons like the four below, alongside other statement designs, await at Salone del Mobile.Milano in Pavilion 3 L22.
Lladró x KOKET at Salone del Mobile.Milano
Quality materials and expertise are a must for authentic design, and the iconic Spanish brand Lladró offers just that. Lladró represents a fashionable, modern, and luxurious lifestyle that is hard not to fall in love with. A style that is undoubtedly evident in their stunning lighting and home accessory art on display at KOKET’s stand at Salone del Mobile.Milano 2023.
Jim Thompson x KOKET at Salone del Mobile.Milano 2023
Jim Thompson Fabrics’ authenticity runs deep. Starting with its eponymous founder, through its collection of luxury interior textiles, wallcoverings, passementeries, furniture, and beyond. An American architect and art collector who became captivated with the Thai silk industry after serving in WWII, Jim Thompson mysteriously disappeared in 1967, but his vision of quality and innovation rein on!