Hoda Baroudi and Maria Hibr of Bokja Create Happy House Pieces

By: Christina Butty - Published: Aug 21, 2009   Updated: May 11 2011 • References: bokjadesign and dezeen
Bokja designers Hoda Baroudi and Maria Hibr have created these ten hippie-style furniture pieces for The Quirico Company. The pieces are bright and colorful including colors such as purples, blues and bright pinks into the patchwork.

Created out of vintage furniture and covered in antique fabrics, the furniture by Hoda Baroudi and Maria Hibr taps into the Lebanese design duo's passion for ancient tapestries and textiles.

Implications - The word Bokja is an old Turkish word for "the embellished velvet wrapping containing the traditional hand-embroidered dowry of a bride." The hip Bokja team have worked together for more than 9 years creating their amazing furniture line. You would definitely have one good looking office decorated with this fun collection.