Maison et Objet 2013 is in its last day and we already can count on a wide hight quality selection of furniture & lighting. Once more, modern lighting was the focus scene of Hall 8, Now! Design à Vivre, where iconic brands such as Tom Dixon, & Tradition and MUUTO shined with its peculiar bright, showcasing some of their most wanted products. Also hall 5B and hall 7 have called our attention: just check below our choices!
1. Tom Dixon, hall 8, booth E38
2. & Tradition, hall 8, near Press Village
3. Normann Copenhagen, hall 8, booth E1 F2
When a cozy ambiance meets sophistication, the ingredients are the key to solve the design enigma.
4. MUUTO, hall 8, booth C1 D2
MUUTO displayed series of furniture & lighting collection. It’s interesting to see how this brand mixes wisely the history of its designs with the novelties.
5. BRABBU, hall 5B, booth N22
Quite complete – we must say – BRABBU stand is the ideal living room of any family: since its velvet chairs until its large brass mirrors and dining tables, BRABBU presents a complete integrated solution for your home.
6. DELIGHTFULL, hall 8, booth E38
The re-existence of the 50′s: we may assume it as Delightfull itself. If blues could talk through its pieces, they would sing uncomplete songs since this collection is made by lovers for lovers: the end is just another beginning of a great piece.
7. SELETTI, hall 8, booth A13 B14
This is so Delightfull! We totally fell in love. Do we really have to say why?!
8. POP CORN, hall 8, booth E43 F44
POP CORN may be the booth of your dreams: with an incredible selection of the most varied objects, design lovers are going to fall for it.
9. BOHEMIAN WORKS, hall 7, booth E199
In partnership with Delightfull, Bohemian Works presents a wide range of furniture, representing a solution for your home decor. At Bohemian Works’ stand, Delightfull will also be showcasing recent novelties like Botti Floor and Miles.
10. Z CREATIONS, near Press Village
For wood lovers: Z creations presents a collection of table and chairs iwith a minimalistic design.
Via Delightfull Blog