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E J A INTERNATONAL EJA C’EST BON H6150 ACCANTUS J7208 ACCANTUS C’EST BON Summary EJA International has become a brand house with three brands so far, each with their own identity and design DNA. Accantus has existed since 2004 and was acquired by EJA International in 2016. The company will stay true to its design pro- file and original focus on products made C’EST BON from verdigrised copper, all the while still developing the Accantus universe further. Among the news from Accantus are copper eggs for Easter, products made from a mix of glass and copper, as well as new glass fibre designs - including fountains, centre- pieces, flower pots, and bowls. The EJA brand, as usual, has a broad range - We have a range of new, beautiful cush- The collection comes in a series of new, C’est Bon has an array of exciting new items. ions in different shades of light pink made from velour, flax, and cotton. Details in- clude a thin rose gold thread woven into the fabric, giving them a feeling of springtime and an element of exclusivity. The cush- ions match a range of crystal-like glasses that are being developed from last season in new colours in delicate pink and shades of green, says designer and creative head Annette Bjørk. of new items, including rustic furniture, mirrors, iron signs, lamps, and magnets. EJA muted spring colours. - The three brands complement each other. Each has its own design profile and a well- defined product assortment. EJA Interna- tional’s expanded range of products has already enabled us to begin talks with several new interior design stores as well as fashion and lifestyle shops that carry a mixed range of products, says CEO and owner Jakob Andersen. BOLIGBRANCHEN. | ISSUE NO 01 JAN./FEB. 2018 | 21