Broste Copenhagen’s foundational desire is to create cozy and inclusive spaces. With this aim at its heart, the Broste Copenhagen Autumn/Winter collection on display at Maison&Objet greeted visitors with big, organic shapes and strong pops of emerald green, cobalt blue, and dark orange. Key to the collection, these colors bring a bold edge to everyday life and encourage people to have fun with their homes.
Literal forms bring lightness and fun to Broste Copenhagen’s new collection, which includes candles in the shapes of fruit, the Mime vase’s handprint pattern, and colorful decorative houses called Bo. “We mixed classic earthy tones with bright pastels to create a playful yet cozy atmosphere,” says design director Kristina Dam. The collection is inspired by the joyful little routines of autumn and winter, full of candles, soft knitted clothes, and hot meals, and is designed to recreate these uplifting moments.
Kristina points to the Tide Throws as a product that instills reassurance and comfort through organic forms and calming colors in an organic wave pattern. Plus, with new bold colors, textures, and Gabriel premium wool, the upgraded range of upholstered furniture collections offers a deeper, tactile warmth and coziness.
In the booth, curtains replaced walls to keep the space light and airy. The emerald green, cobalt, and tangerine colors found their places in tables, light fixtures, and accessories throughout. In moments of color and warmth, visitors breathed freely, recognizing how easy it is to relax and enjoy a home like this.