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Design and Trends to ‘Steal’ From Maison & Objet.

Everyone who is a true lover of interior desing, knows what Maison & Objet is, but if by any chance you don’t, we can briefly affirm that is one of the most prestigious and visited tradeshows, reserved to all interior designers, professionals, dedicated to lifestyle, to decoration and art.
Is the most anticipated event of the year in the city of love, Paris.
So we thought to present you a sneak peak of the most anticipated brands this year along with ‘must steal’  trends and designs tips.

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1.Tom Dixon

His innovative way of using desing, should be an inspiration for modern houses. Shining and copper brass, as an affirmation of a futuristic but yet nature based trend of 2016\17. The colors to steal from this collection are the deep purple and electric blue.Imagine to have this set in your apartment in the center of the living room, simply beautiful and luxurious.

design-and-trends-to-steal-from-maison-objet (11)design-and-trends-to-steal-from-maison-objet (4)2. Boca do Lobo

This brand is always present in the international design agenda, there’s no surpirse, considering the daring and powerful pieces they create. This time they went way to far or way to back into the handemade art, with this amazing filigree mirror. Remindig us that being modern doesn´t mean forgetting being original or traditional. The result is amazing a jewlery mirror in the shape of a heart! Be ready to lose your own heart at : Hall 7 Stand I2 – J1. Our must steal tip from this brand is accurate details, real design is like art, it takes care in the finest way even for smallest details.design-and-trends-to-steal-from-maison-objet (3)design-and-trends-to-steal-from-maison-objet (2)3. Seletti 

Seletti starts 2016 presenting in Paris their novelties. The love for the unexpected and the irreverent, is always the stylistic signature of Seletti. This year in Maison & Objet they will return with their collection Industry Collection of Studio Job, the family of garden chairs and tables. The novelty : Renaissance by BBMDS, architectural inspirations that honour the urban italian lanscapes. “Steal” the idealistic inspirations of the italian minds, add more shapes and colors into your home! design-and-trends-to-steal-from-maison-objet (9)design-and-trends-to-steal-from-maison-objet (10)4. Delightfull

Delightfull is truly committed with giving it’s visitors the best experience, every year always surprised and gone far beyond all the expectations with the exhibitions at the tradeshow.
What to expect and “steal” form this fresh, energetic and modern design ? Their original approach from the 50s,with cold and aged looking steel contrasting shimmering golden pieces

design-and-trends-to-steal-from-maison-objet (6)design-and-trends-to-steal-from-maison-objet (5)5. Eugeni Quitllet 

Last but of course not least, the Designer of the Year – Eugeni Quitllet. The So called Machine Men will curate a bespoke exhibit for the event. His latest designs : the Chair and Toro stool part of his Bum Bum Collection, of indoor and outdoor tubular pieces made from recycable plytheylene resin. Must “steal” his out of the box desing ideas, with soft and elegant lines, strong connected to earth and nature but yet very sophisticated.

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These are few suggestions from the immense of ideas and inspirations you can find in the scene of lifestyle of Maison & Objet. 3000 exhibitors, from which 45% are international brands. More then 130.000 m² of stands.
85.000 visitors where 50% of them are from different countries.
This is Paris – The Luxury, savoir-faire, design, avant-garde

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