Highlights from the Maison et Objet 2019

Highlights from the Maison et Objet 2019

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One of the biggest fairs in decoration and design for professionals, that takes place twice every year in Paris, is Maison Et Objet 2019 that ended just recently. It is one of those fairs that I would like to attend, but sadly I still haven’t done so. Yet. I think it would be a truly inspiring experience where brands present their new novelties, while design trends are making their presence felt everywhere. Come to think of it though, it could prove a bit hard to pinpoint any new trends that will make their way down to the high street, but nonetheless I know there are there. But what is it that makes this fair stand out?

A statement chandelier hanging over a round table at the stand of Covet House at Maison et Objet 2019. Image by Covet House.

Image by Covet House. Behold the Empire Chandelier, inspired by the stunning architecture of The Empire State Building. It’s extravagant shape adds drama and personality creating an exclusive atmosphere.

I think that it makes a wonderful showcase of fabulous products, ideal if you’re involved in upscale interior design projects and want to source new products, see new design ideas and a perfect way to know the best the market has to offer. As a matter of fact, 65 countries were represented by brands, while 603 new brands appeared for the first time this January! This number alone attests to the amazing possibilities that can spring out of this fair.

A gorgeous deep burgundy velvet curved sofa with a round coffee table at the Covet House stand at Maison et Objet Paris. Image by Covet House.

Image by Covet House. Set in the amazing living room staging from Covet House’s stand in Maison et Objet in January 2019.

Set in the amazing living room staging from Covet House's stand in Maison et Objet in January 2019, is a mix of the most romantic pieces from the most prestigious and luxurious brands. Image by Covet House.

Image by Covet House. Set in the amazing living room staging from Covet House’s stand in Maison et Objet in January 2019, is a mix of the most romantic pieces from the most prestigious and luxurious brands.

As for the highlights of this fair these include a strong sense of luxury and an eclectic, well curated flair for design. It was a lot about those perfect details that create an awe factor, exemplary craftsmanship blended with lots of velvet, earthy color palettes, colored marbles with strong veins and a good mix of other lush materials. As such, I have highlighted the following brands that stood out for me and I believe, we’ll be seeing a lot more of: Covet House, Essential Home, Luxxu, RugSociety, and Pullcast. So feast your eyes with these amazing looking decor staples that nearly had me gasping for air and wishing for a high-end residential design project.

A stunning dining table at the stand of Boca do Lobo as seen at Maison et Objet 2019. Image by Boca do Lobo.

Image by Boca do Lobo. The Metamorphosis dining table as pictured during the Maison et Objet 2019 at the Boca do Lobo stand.

What a beautiful nightstand paired with an amazing textured headboard that spell out luxury. Image by LUXXU.

Image by LUXXU. The Waltz nightstand that fits into elegant master bedroom adding a classic eclectic vibe was one of the new novelties presented at Maison et Objet 2019. It was embellished by the jewel hardware created by PULLCAST. It was also paired with the new headboard, the Château, a piece for the most exclusive chambers.

Monocles is a sideboard built entirely out of solid walnut wood, accented by its gold plated brass front doors that feature a protruding circular design. It is a perfect furniture piece for retro lovers or mid-century admirers, giving the knurling knobs on the drawers or the tapered legs. Image by Essential Home.

Image by Essential Home. The Monocles sideboard as featured at the stand of Essential Home at the Maison et Objet 2019. Monocles is a sideboard built entirely out of solid walnut wood, accented by its gold plated brass front doors that feature a protruding circular design.

The Anthony mid-century modern living sideboard brings together retro and contemporary styles as featured at the stand of Essential Home at Maison et Objet 2019. Image by Essential Home.

Image by Essential Home. The Anthony mid-century modern living sideboard brings together retro and contemporary styles.

Curvy velvet furniture from the Essential Home stand at the Maison et Objet 2019. Image by Essential Home.

Image by Essential Home. Curvy furniture making a strong presence at the stand of Essential Home at the Maison et Objet 2019.

From the set of Essential Home at Maison et Objet 2019, notice the Collins open back bar chairs upholstered in teal velvet. Image by Essential Home.

Image by Essential Home. From the set of Essential Home at Maison et Objet 2019, notice the Collins open back bar chairs upholstered in teal velvet, one of the colors that are having a great trending moment.

From the set of Essential Home at the Maison et Objet 2019 is Paris with a grey velvet curvy sofa against an accent wall with a tropical theme wallpaper. Image by Essential Home.

Image by Essential Home. Part of the set by Essential Home at the Maison et Objet 2019. The Florence sofa and stool stand out against the accent wall with the tropical wallpaper – another staple that is having a great trending streak.

As a closing note, I’d like to point out that glamour is seriously making a huge comeback. Mid-century modern is still very much in the picture but with a more glamorous twist. Lastly, I would like to mention that designer Jonathan Adler with his black and white graphic palette and a punchy 60’s spirit decor was one of those who encapsulated this trend best.

Till next time,

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