A Unique Design Collection Inspired by The Japanese Koi Fish – The European sister brands, from Covet Group, combined forces to create a unique collection of homeware inspired the most famous Japanese fish.
Brabbu and Maison Valentinaare two well-known luxury brands that are recognized by their fantastic design and high-quality materials. These two brands decided to create a selection of unique products, inspired by the Koy fish, to bring that extra something to your home. Take a look at this unique design collection that will amaze you!
BRABBU it’s a design brand that travels the world inspiring itself in the most unique cultures and places, and bringing them into exquisite interiors through elegant design pieces.
Nature, as well as its colors, scents, flavors, and patterns, are there inspiration sources for its creations. The rawness, fierceness, and intensity on their designs transmit the cosmopolitan lifestyle with elegance.
Maison Valentina is the luxury design brand, from Covet Group, dedicated to bathroom interior design. Created in 2014, this brand is the resolves the lack of statement pieces for bathrooms and brings new ideas and inspirations for design lovers and professionals.
Despite having different design styles, the two brands have one thing in common: the KOI Collection. Originally created for BRABBU, the KOI Collection is one the brand’s most iconic families of pieces. Naturally, it came out as a possibility as well to use the same inspiration for some pieces for a new collection of bathware, so that the interior designer or homeowner could keep the Koy theme throughout the house. That’s where the two brands meet one another.
As I said before, the Japanese fish, KOI Carp, was the inspiration for both collections. This is a recurring symbol of Japanese culture, highly appreciated by its decorative purposes. Its natural color mutations reveal their ability to adapt, just like the set of KOI pieces can fit in any room of your home decor.
The KOI scales from the sides of the pieces shine and reflect – on its brass surface – the sun caught throughout the clear water. KOI and the Japanese word for love or affection are homophones, making the carp also a symbol of love and friendship.