For the first time presenting two stands, one with the main BRABBU collection and the other showcasing our new brand dedicated to hospitality solutions, BB CONTRACT, at this edition of Maison et Objet, the brand also introduced some of their new designs such as the Plateau Dining Table.
Picture indoor and outdoor furniture made of natural stone, designed by the French. HATYPIC offers just that. Slender and contemporary, this is one of Maison et Object’s furniture highlights.
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“Enliven your space with marketplace colors that make the mouth water. A touch of curry or coriander, turmeric or beet add a bit of flavor.”
While more concise in its offerings than the January show, the September salon did provide many options for those who seek more than design inspiration. For instance, BRABBU – who is not a new element in the trade show – showcased all the brand’s refinement and wild comfort, fully represented in this living room ambiance!
One day left until the end of the September edition of Maison et Objet Paris 2017 and now that everything is calmer in the City of Light, we can make an impartial review over the some of the best interior design ideas seen at the trade show until this moment. One of the greatest Paris events in the interior design world marks ‘La rentrée’, which is France’s big ‘back to school’ day. Design teams come back from vacation and are thrilled to start new projects, while producers from around the world have shown what is best made in their countries. Part of the ritual begins right here, at the Parc d’Expositions.
This German brand designs eye-catching furniture, stationary and decorative accents in wood. The primary objective here is to make statements with finely carved oak wood.
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AD has curated these must-haves from the 2017 edition of Maison et Objet:
These cushions and tapestries come with 120-year-old French heritage, finesse, and warmth. The brand creates, manufactures and weaves the fabric with expertise.
“Large scale florals and botanical references combine to transport us to forbidden gardens within our own rooms. “
For interior design ideas, explore our Pinterest boards where you can find inspiration about the City of Light and also about Paris events, arts, and design.
“Working on a flat surface and manipulating our perspective with lines and light, these accessories are a state-of-the-art solution for an up-to-the-minute design.”
Tristan Auer creates futuristic designs that take on a classical note with his firm Izeu’s products. Always on the move, the designer of the year has designed for the best hotels in New York, Paris and London.
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Take a look at this amazing selection and, if you haven’t had the chance of going to the design fair, you’re still in time to do so!
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Witness wood’s grain engraved in glass through Jean-Marie Le Goff’s exploration of the living world. Human, animal, plant–his designs break rules and his creations truly uncover the unorthodox.
The fine French artisan from Versailles handcrafts bags of the future. A bridge between wood and leather, these bags are environment friendly, light-weight and minimalist.
Avant-garde home décor from French brands and contemporary trends from budding designers are the staples at Maison et Object, one of the world’s leading design fairs. Connoisseurs have access to the best in architecture, design and lifestyle displays at Maison et Objet.
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Exploring the sailor’s age, this Dutch brand attempts to add nostalgia to your home. This WWII Mustang and Cartagena artefact, for instance, authentically bring to life a bit of the 60s.
“Light linen, and pearl grays are innately comfortable and add a relaxed air to any space.”
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Bringing out the very spirit of Maison de Objet, this Amsterdam-based home décor brand presents sprightly home accessories with a Dutch design twist.
Where better to get ahead of the design curve than in Paris? At one of France’s largest international design fairs, Maison & Objet, global trend ambassador and in-house trend forecaster Patti Carpenter searched high and low for The Look of 2018. Turns out, it comes in decadent colors, concrete accents, and plenty of tweed. Check out Carpenter’s trend predictions for the coming year — from Paris straight to your home.
The Maison et Objet will go on from September 8-12, 2017 at Paris Nord Villepinte.
In order to offer an unforgettable experience to the fair’s visitors, BRABBU partnered up with Velvenoir and Glamfire and designed the stand together with Maison Valentina and its bold bathroom designs – an effort to channel the true “Art of Living”!
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“Confident color is led by ripe red. Striking and succulent, decadent and dazzling, red adds the fashion and the passion.”
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“Taking tradition to a new level in metal. Inspired by the Fang of Gabon, adding perforations and light, these masks are the new nod to native.”
“Utilizing humble materials for heightened design, concrete continues to create simple structures that energize our environments.”