Edése Doret Transforms a Boeing BBJ
There’s no chance of cabin fever in this beautiful Boeing BBJ2, perfectly styled by New York-based designer Edése Doret (of Edése Doret Industrial Designs).
August 14, 2014 | By: Editorial Team
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Images Courtesy of Edese Doret
For international jet-setters constantly on the go, beauty and comfort are the order of the day as they seek a home from home in the sky. There’s no chance of cabin fever in this beautiful Boeing BBJ2, where New York-based designer Edése Doret (of Edése Doret Industrial Designs) styled a space that is the perfect marriage between homey and high-end.
To give the BBJ 2 a chic residential feel and a relaxing ambience, Edése used warm fixtures and furnishings, such as wood-slat Venetian blinds, built-in bookshelves, a modified Eames lounge chair and table lamps. The understated elegance extends to the master bathroom, which is decked out in aqua blue tiles and features a large shower enclosure with rain head shower fixtures. This layout of this BBJ 2 also speaks to owners who need their jet to fulfill multiple functions: A high-low table can transform from coffee table to dining table, while pocket doors allow guests to open up
or close off the main cabin from the living and dining areas.