We all know to look to Paris fashion week as the trend-setter for the world of fashion, but the city is also home to an influential lifestyle event as well! In January, Paris is home to Maison&Object, a large home and lifestyle show, where designers present their beautiful pieces for retailers to see. The items displayed at the show set the style trends for the year. These are a few of my favorite design trends from Maison&Object Paris.
MAISON&OBJET is the major event for professionals working in the art of living in all its rich and varied expressions. The lifestyle show brings together a 360°product offering. Decoration, design, furniture, accessories, textiles, fragrances, the world of children, tableware… The styles coexist in a multifaceted way, throughout the inventive show design which enlivens the spaces. This extraordinary diversity is in line with the varied expectations of global markets. With each session, the great lifestyle platform, at the intersection of business and creativity, reveals solutions to visitors from around the world in search of uniqueness.
We have known for centuries that adding candles to your home adds instant warmth and coziness to a space. Candle design has come a LONG way in those hundreds of years. Modern designs feature exciting designs and innovative ways to fragrance your home. I am loving the new, gorgeous candle designs debuted at Maison&Object and can’t wait to add them to my home.
Discover Lladró’s Light&Scent line, joining collections of lamps and home fragrances especially conceived to create ambience. Intimate light sources emitting a soft glow and featuring with one-of-a-kind designs perfect for today’s interiors and exteriors.
I am so taken with this beautiful cat shaped candle! This metallic feline is almost too pretty to burn.
COSSTRA presents the CANDUAL, the world’s first REVERSIBLE candle…. A collection in balance between simplicity, originality and technical tips, offering unique products. The COSSTRA candles are handcrafted in France and Belgium, in crystalline glass and natural SOJA wax. Our perfumes are developed by our perfumer in Grasse. We have developed a filling service, so our Candles are candles for life.
There is no need to settle for IKEA if you want to add some Scandi style to your home. There are plenty of luxury designers making gorgeous Scandinavian inspired pieces to add some hygge to your space. These two designers are at the top of my list for modern Scandinavian design at Maison&Object this year.
MON ATELIER SECRET was created in 2013 and offers you access to a new and inspiring range of furniture featuring various styles: Scandinavian, industrial and traditional. We specialize in seats and develop as well furniture: lighting fixtures, lamps and decoration.
Snug is perfect anywhere. Designer Dennis Abalos created an organic lounge chair that combines a strong sculptural look and feel with great comfort. The rattan is woven by hand on a metal frame. This design won a red dot award in the ‘design concepts’ category in 2012.
GASSIEN, the new French modular shelving concept, is easily optimizable and scalable to adapt to all your desires and needs.
Despite the name, interior design doesn’t have to stay inside your home. Add some glamour and luxury to your outdoor spaces too! These two brands offered some truly lovely designer pieces meant to beautify your outdoor areas.
We design luxurious alternative garden appliances and outdoor decoration, our products should be the final touch in modern exterior styling.
The Shade collection is inspired by magical moments in nature where colors melt and speak for themselves. Designer Begüm Cana Özgür emphasizes: “this is a handmade flat-weave rug that generates an incredible and well-rounded diffusion of color. The surface releases a sense of tranquility and well-being that is balanced by the penetrating vibration of colors.” This collection reflects a complex technical process to achieve the density, regularity, and fluidity of the desired effect. 2 gradients converge in each rug, 1 vertical and 1 horizontal, in the same plane, using 6 transitional shades.