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.

 

If your looking to transform your jet, we recommend checking out www.edesedoret.com 

 

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