Now that Maison et Objet Paris 2017 has ended, it’s time to share its latest homeware creations! The latest edition of the world’s biggest home and interior trade fair has been more enriching than ever with countless new collections, trends, brands and designers on display.
See here the best novelties that were exhibited at the stronghold for the design, decor and lifestyle. Maison et Objet is a playground not only for the usual players such as architects, interior designers, stylists, as well as representatives from hospitality and real estate.
L’ATELIER DU RENARD
Paradis Perdu bold armchair by L’atelier du Renard is one of the most exquisite pieces presented at the interior design trade show in Paris. Behold its exquisite details like the sequins and the Pearls of Toho.
The Fendi Casa Collection embodied the eclectic and sophisticated of typically Italian modern residence where design and fashion were perfectly blended in a game of harmonious contrasts.
KOKET | Love Happens
KOKET really stole the show at Maison et Objet this year with its new sophisticated Metallic Appearance! The seductive brand showcased several new pieces, such as the ravishing Zeba chaise and Egoist Mirror, along with a selection of KOKET’s iconic favorites, such as the Naomi Chair.
The Colision console in carrara marble and brusheh brass and Half Moon Mirror by Lara Bohinc for Lapicida is part of the Lunar Collection that certainly makes a statement in any room.
BOCA DO LOBO
As always, for Boca do Lobo handmade techniques drive designs with artisan style. From woven fibers to leather-laminated metals, the concept of global craftsmanship is ever present. Imperfectio Sofa is the expression of imperfect aesthetic, the appeal of that which is authentic art that is truer to life.
Known by its italian contemporary style, Visionaire presented once again novelties that confirms why this exhibitor is renowned in the international luxury design scene.
This luxury brand is already renowned for its seating collections, so it’s not with huge surprise that once again it was unveiled a great piece. This time the Cover Sofa was a show stopper with its reminiscent classic capitonné.