Hannabi celebrates Christmas with special accessories collection
Buying furniture for Christmas is a great idea in theory, but let’s be realistic, it’s a rare kind of present. In order not to miss on the festive mood, and to offer their customers something more easily “giftable” than a lounge chair, Hungarian sofa manufacturer Hannabi released a special pre-Christmas accessories collection. Along a set of new products introduced, a few classic Hannabi designs were fine-tuned to match the holiday spirit, mostly colour-wise. Traditional pairings of white, silver, and gold are complemented with black and grey, making the pieces wearable even after the pompous days are over.
The adjective wearable already tells a lot about the direction Hannabi took with this capsule collection. The mini-purses, clutches, and laptop and ipad cases are a novel addition to their portfolio, demonstrating a newly found fashion sense. The accessories are not only stylish but sustainable as well: the eco-leather material used is made of crushed leftover leather, that has the same lush smell and soft touch as normal leather, while it is also extremely durable.
Along the more outfit-oriented pieces, classic Hannabi accessories are of course also present in the collection. Winter-themed quilted pillows offering extra comfort for your sofa and soft textile baskets for a matching storage option help to dress up any living room. Although there are plans about the possible continuation of the accessories project (with a different theme), the Christmas line is extremely limited, and is available at select design shopping spots in Budapest; to find out more, check out their related facebook event.
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