Everyday Amazing: Esprit Home In 2015

November 20, 2014 0

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A few weeks ago I received one of the coolest press preview invitations (see it HERE) – it was so amazing that I was totally intrigued. And it read: Everyday Amazing! But what was it all about? Esprit Home invited the press to a special press preview in Hamburg and even though I couldn’t make it up to the north of Germany due to other projects, I wanted to know more and share it with you. 


I have blogged about various Esprit Home collections here on Happy Interior Blog and their campaigns were inspired by urban surroundings and were named after a world metropolis. But in 2015 the strategy is changing: Esprit Home’s new collections celebrates the return to nature and the essentials in life. It focuses on our desire to escape the urban bustle and reboot ourselves with all our senses. 

Spring: Lakeside


Summer: Coastline

Autumn: Desert

Winter: Woods

Esprit Home will launch four seasonal collections in 2015: Spring will be entitled ‘Lakeside’ and features greens and turquoise hues with floral prints. Summer is called ‘Coastline’ with diamond shaped patterns and stripes in blue and purple hues referring to the ocean. Autumn is named ‘Desert’ and boasts fiery reds and graphical and African inspired patterns as well as strong black and white contrasts. Last but not least, winter is simply baptized ‘Woods’ and showcases frost patterns and cosy grey hues.

I don’t know if it’s because of the current season or maybe because I have grown a bit older, but my favorite is the winter collection with its calmer and subtle design. I can’t handle too much pattern I assume:-)

Happy Thursday, friends!

Photography via Esprit Home
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  • Reply stefi b. November 20, 2014 at 08:20

    yep! i’m also into winter-woods. love the colours and the resistance. there is enough colour and agitation in life so the winter woods collection calms down.
    greetings
    frau s.

    • Reply Igor Josifovic November 20, 2014 at 09:23

      I absolutely agree with your explanation:-) Well put!! Have a great day, Stefi!

  • Reply Lisa Hjalt November 20, 2014 at 18:21

    Definitely something to look forward to view in the new year. That orange (or is it coral?) blanket in the first images looks like something I would like to have in my home.

    • Reply Igor Josifovic November 20, 2014 at 18:24

      And there again I can say: One can never have enough blankets at home:-))

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