Contemporary, eclectic and European are the main traits of our store, and we hand pick every item which makes us a unique destination for Mother's Day.
Oakland, CA (PRWEB) April 10, 2010
Mother’s Day just got more vogue with an array of products from Entrez! Open House; where style meets hospitality. From the kitchen to the office to the living room, there is a modern twist to everything offered. Featuring the new spring 2010 collection from Marimekko, well known for its bold patterns and organic designs; Kartell Lamps that actually have a name: Cindy; Alessi’s Magic Bunny Toothpick Holder and Sugar Dispenser named Gino and Elbow Grease Designs’ hand sewn designer bags (made from recycled vinyl signs and banners used for advertising that would otherwise end up in landfill).
“Entrez! Open House http://www.entrez-openhouse.com is so excited to offer these new items just in time for Mother’s Day. Contemporary, eclectic and European are the main traits of our store, and we hand pick every item which makes us a unique destination for Mother's Day. We carry over 30 different brands to make sure you find diversity in our products. You can find something in every price range from Alessi, iittala, Marimekko, Menu, Esteban, Pacifica, Galison, Sigg, and many more! We carry local designers too, like Jenny Hurth’s Elbow Grease Designs bags and many others,” stated Marie Deleris, owner and founder of Entrez! Open House.
New items just in time for Mother’s Day and spring shopping:
Marimekko 2010 Collection –Pieni Melooni (small melon): Marimekko’s (Finnish) “Melooni” pattern is a vintage design by Maija Isola from 1963. Vibrant yellow, orange, pink, fuchsia or refreshing white, yellow, green and blue, the two color patterns released in the spring 2010 collection of Marimekko will bring a colorful vibe to your kitchen. Apron: $43.00, Ovenmitten: $20.00.
Kartell Lamps: “Cindy” by Ferruccio Laviani for Kartell. Laviani has designed the entire collection of Kartell lamps, new era, from Bourgie to FL/Y. His latest addition to the family is Cindy. Metallic finish with bold rounded shape reminiscent of the 70's (maybe a sign), the lamp is a great accent in a living room, especially as a pair or a trio. Price: $273.00.
Alessi Designs: Green Alessi toothpick holder and sugar dispenser set brings a playful spring air to the kitchen, with the Magic Bunny Toothpick Holder ($30.00) designed by Stefano Giovannoni and Gino Zucchino. Cheerful Gino Sugar Dispenser ($20.00) designed by Guido Venturini for Alessi. Explore the Alessi designs on our website for more Mother’s Day gift ideas. http://www.entrez-openhouse.com
Elbow Grease Designs: Everything under the Elbow Grease Designs Label has been designed & hand sewn in the Bay Area from discarded vinyl signs and banners. Originally printed for local trade shows, conventions, municipal or private advertising, these enormous banners would otherwise end up in the landfill and Jenny Hurth, the designer behind Elbow Grease Designs, had made her goal to make beautiful and practical items out of what has been discarded, from waste basket to messenger bags. New this year: the Market Bag. 21 L x 12 H x 8 D, 3 pockets, 2 zipped, easily cleaned, this bag is the perfect companion for busy mothers. Price: $62.00.
About Entrez! Open House:
Founded in 2006, Entrez! Open House was created by Marie Deleris, a French native and an attorney by trade; she started her first business venture in 2006 in Oakland, California. Coming from a family with a deep love of interior design she decided to start her own business. She saw a need and filled it, creating a boutique specializing in contemporary house wares, gifts and furniture, bringing the European designs she grew up with here to us in America. The concept behind Entrez: a design boutique for the home with a very specific and unique style in which customers feel as they are at home in her store. “Where style meets hospitality.” Over the past four years, Entrez! Open House has grown to two stores, with the second opening in Walnut Creek, California, in October of 2009. Marie gives back to the community consistently, and has been a large part of the growth in the Uptown movement in Oakland, California.