If you’re searching for something strikingly fresh in home decor, stop in your tracks. Some of the hottest, chicest looks in the industry are being created by Bungalow 5 architects and designers who are based in New York City, but work on projects around the world. Collaborating with in-house cabinetmakers and finishers, Bungalow 5 is turning out eye-popping collections painstakingly covered in lacquered grasscloth, raffia and linen.
If you crave the funky, sophisticated look of 70’s geometrics, patterns and organic textures, Bungalow 5 offers a more controlled way to get your fix. These latest looks are heavily influenced by both Eastern and Western classical design, with a nod to modern silhouettes, material and color. Because of the versatile, organic element of the finishes, these recently introduced tables, dressers and desks can slip as comfortably into a traditional room as a modern loft or sunroom.
I especially like the glamorous sheen of the natural materials and solid-brass hardware incorporated into so many of these new pieces. For big impact and reduced-to-the-essential design, visit bungalow5.com or ask your interior designer for a lookbook.
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