Today is the 17th of March, which means it’s the day the world turns green. Why? It’s St Patrick’s Day and, today, Essential Home will show you something different but related with this subject: Green Furniture.
This is a cultural and religious celebration, in honor of the death date of Saint Patrick, the foremost patron saint of Ireland.
Besides being a public holiday in the Republic of Ireland, there are also celebrations around the world, mainly in Great Britain, Canada, USA, Australia and New Zealand.
Green has been associated with Ireland since at least 1640, when the Irish Catholic Confederation used the green harp flag. During the 1790s, green would become associated with Irish nationalism and throughout the 19’s and 20’s the association with St Patrick’s Day grew.
#1 Ellen Armchair
With its elegant curves, this sophisticated and graceful armchair creates a chic retro look in any interior project.
#2 Craig Console
It was named in honor of Craig Ellwood, an influential Los Angeles-based modernist architect. With an amazing Green Marble on top, this console carries an uncompromised retro style.
#3 Florence Stool
With its trendy pastel colors combined with a golden touch, Florence Stool is the epitome of Mid-Century Modern Design – and the perfect detail on a Vintage Cocktail Party.
#4 Bardot Sofa
Named after the great movie icon from the 60’s, this elegant and soulful sofa combines velvet and gold plated brass.
#5 Sophia Bed
With pastel velvet and gold plated brass details, Sophia Bed is a must have in any interior design collection. Imaigine how amazing it will look on your Bedroom Design Project.
#6 Kubrick Rug
Inspired by the director Stanley Kubrick and Space Odyssey, this rug has a graphic imprint that seems to reassemble a large amount of spaceships.
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