Who Sets The Trends For Maison et Objet 2019? – Maison et Objet will determine the must-have products for any design lover, whether he or she is a professional or an enthusiast! Their top 3 interior design trends experts have deciphered the year’s trends and selected 500 new items that everyone will be talking about
If you’re looking for the must-have products of the year, Maison et Objet 2019 has got you covered! The organization has selected 3 trends experts to select the best products that are going to be in season this year… This selection is going to be showcased at the “What’s New?” spaces, that are spread throughout Maison et Objet.
According to Elizabeth Leriche, the “Decor” is one of the most important areas of Maison et Objet because is where you can find the decor accessories trends for 2019! The zone features a long variety of décor accessories such as small furnishings, textiles, vases, boxes, among others! All of these little things can add an extra something to your interior design project because they reflect current fashions trends. This area was inspired by three different themes that complement each other: Minimal Brutalist, Luxury Graphic and Ethnic Arty.
For Leriche the top decor items are “the suede, almost sculptural, wall hangings by Stéphane Parmentier for Giobagnara, both for the choice of material and for the overtly graphic feel; Rosa Maria Kulzer’s handcrafted ceramics, which really stand out because of the unique way in which she works the clay. They fulfill our need to reconnect with the land in the face of homogenization and dematerialization; and Ma Poésie’s graphic cushions, for their motifs, colours and the embroidery technique used”.
Décor Zone – Hall 3
This area is focused on incredible hospitality concept throughout tableware collection. According to the trendsetter, François Bernard the concept of sharing and hospitality is something quite beautiful, because showing appreciation for others brings with it a sense of self-appreciation. For him, Greece has the most unique hospitality concept in the world. This is also known as “Philotimo”, which roughly translates as “appreciating friends”.
The top three products for Bernard is, no questions asked, Paola Navone’s new crockery collection for Serax, which is a fusion of Asia and Africa; Odile Decq’s series of clean-lined red platters for Alessi; and the unique hand-blown swirled glassware from Laurence Brabant and Alain Villechange.
Share Zone – Hall 1
This zone is separated into three fictional countries: “Wood land”, where wood is the celebrated material; “Ice land”, that focuses on shiny and metallic pieces; and “Sun land” where the colorful items breathe a summery vibe. François Delclaux explains that the “Leisure” zone “showcases travel and fashion accessories, stationery, games, connected objects and souvenir gifts to name but a few… Basically, items that put a smile on your face!”.
The third trendsetter considers that the Mam Originals’ exquisite wooden watch collection (bamboo, sandalwood…) and the fish-shaped porcelain trinket boxes from &Klevering, which are quite fun to look at; along with the Memphis-inspired paper vases (emblazoned with graphic motifs from Octaveo) are the top three products of this specific area in MO 2019!
Leisure Zone – Hall 2
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