12.02.2016 - 16.02.2016 — Hall: 1.1 Stand: E 66
Founded by husband and wife, Joseph and Stacy Borocz, and propelled by their passion for Europe’s rich history and timeless designs, Europe2You captures the spirit of the quintessential European lifestyle by transforming its utilitarian objects into treasured accents for the modern home.
Each piece in our carefully curated collection comprises either iconic originals or vintage inspired re-creations for the home and garden. Through Europe2You, we share with you our favorite discoveries, whether it is 100 year old, hand hewn, found bread bowls, or authentic seedling pots from the United Kingdom complete with the subtle patina of moss.
We pride ourselves in our dedication to ensuring that our vintage inspired re-creations are true to their sustainable roots. Each piece of wood in our collection is reclaimed or recycled from 19th century buildings. Every piece of glass displays its handblown nature and characteristic imperfections. We believe that these small details do matter, and that our finely crafted, handwoven grape gathering basket not only artfully gathers fruit on your kitchen table, but also reminds you of a life well lived.
Every time we travel to Europe, we are captivated by its many charms: the welcoming people, the beautiful surroundings, the long leisurely meals, and how there seems to be a story to tell in even the simplest of objects. We hope that each piece in our collection stirs within you fond memories of life as it should be enjoyed- surrounded by friends, family and all that you love.
We are a wholesale company manufacturing wood table top pieces and furniture along with recycled glass serving pieces and decorative accents for retail.
Historical ties to the past are evident in the undulating surfaces of our hand hewn reclaimed...
These wide mouth jars were used for preserving cucumbers and white peppers in vinegar. Put to use at...
Crafted by artisans in Hungary from a single piece of reclaimed 19th century hardwood, it is easy to...
Used for the transportation of wine, these dramatically shaped bottles were originally covered in...