BRABBU is a design brand that reflects a strong lifestyle and brings cruelty, strength and power to the urban lifestyle. We have a wide range of products and try to find every style of design from classic to modern, eclectic, mid-century and modern.
As the name suggests, classic style itself is the iconic definition. Its elegance and comfort remind us of art, antiquity and symmetry. The aesthetic charm of this movement can make you feel envious, even nostalgic.
The classic style is synonymous with harmony, order and friendly charm. In interior design, neutral paint on the wall is the ideal canvas for this type of decoration, so it can use the furniture, artwork and decorations in the room. Inspired by European decorative styles of the 18th and 19th centuries, it is a timeless style with a long history.
Loch Moray in Scotland is surrounded by picturesque mountains and rugged landscapes. The MAREE sofa represents this rugged and irregular landscape, and the padded lint makes it soft. This impressive living room sofa adds a modern touch to the classic Chesterfield sofa.
The term “contemporary” refers to the present, which makes it difficult to define contemporary style. This style dates back to the 1970s and is unique as it borrows elements from many other sports and styles. You can see the trends in modern, traditional and even futuristic decorative arts.
The definition of contemporary design style decor is simplicity, sophistication, the use of texture and clean lines. The contemporary interior is full of space rather than stuff. They focus on color, space, and shape, and are smooth and fresh. Contemporary colors are mainly black and white neutral colors. The palette generally has a sense of rhythm and accentuates neutral colors with bright, cool colors.
The Saya Bank of Malha, the world’s largest submarine ocean bank, inspired the creation of SAYA Mirror. It consists of a concave polished nickel frame and a wavy surface covered with cast brass details and a convex mirror. These shapes reproduce the sea wall named by Portuguese sailors when sailing between the Cape of Good Hope and India.
The eclectic style decoration movement began in fine art and architecture, and its artists were proud to follow no particular style. Eclectic style doesn’t seem to exist, but the eclectic space celebrates the unity of seemingly different styles, textures and colors.
The eclectic design style combines high and low, solidity and luxury, daring and tranquility. It reflects your confidence in your style and personality. Finding the nirvana between contrast and cohesion is the key to mastering this style. Maintaining balance means maintaining consistent proportions and shapes. If you don’t know where to start, pick some “must have” items and build them around you, try out rugs, lighting, artwork and decorations.
The Namib Desert is one of the oldest and largest deserts in the world, and the NAMIB Bonnet sofa pays homage to it. This powerful fabric sofa is upholstered in satin cotton and has smooth black lacquered table legs, which embody lifting power. It’s the perfect touch to classic works, and it will change the whole of any living room.
Although the “medieval style” began in 1933, it included World War II and ended in the mid-1960s. It also influenced the fields of architecture, graphics, products and interior design.
The beautiful past, the post-war scene and nostalgia for the future created this new trend. The fusion of nature, the combination of simplicity and luxury makes mid-century design style one of the most iconic and popular colors of today. Great for open floor plans, suitable for places with large windows that can be taken outdoors. The Grand Canyon is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. To reinterpret its grandeur, the CANYON screen was created. It has a wooden structure, covered with old brass, brown and red patina, and old gold nails. This room divider will stand out in any modern interior design.
Modern style is often confused with modern style. The modern style is derived from the design movement that began at the turn of the 20th century. Modern style furniture and decor uses natural materials, neutral or earthy colors to celebrate and eliminate unnecessary details.
The modern style reveals the structural elements of the house. The emphasis is on horizontal and vertical lines, natural light with undecorated windows, natural materials (such as unpainted wood, metal, leather and natural fibers in neutral natural colors). Palette. Natural wood and wood veneers and reflective surfaces (like steel, chrome, or glass) also appear in this style.
Nazca is a tectonic plate located in the southern Pacific Ocean. To pay homage to the heart of Mother Earth, our designer designed the NAZCA sideboard with a frame in matte walnut root veneer and a matte copper base. This 4 door sideboard can add more vibrancy to any interior decoration.