Maison et Objet is just around the corner. The interior design fair starts on January 17th and we couldn’t be more excited! Every year, Maison et Objet presents the newest innovations in interior design, the up and coming designers and the trends that will flood our instagram feed for the remainder of the year. But don’t take Maison et Objet for just a big furniture display just yet, we’ll show you that it’s far more than that. Here’s what you should keep your eyes peeled for:
Of course we’re going to give emphasis to the stands that display bathroom products, it’s kind of our thing. And we’re starting it off with a bang! BRABBU is a must visit stand at Maison et Objet. This fierce brand will be accompanied by its partner brand Maison Valentina, that produces stunning handmade high end bathroom furniture, accessories, lighting, upholstery and surfaces, giving you everything you need to create your own personal retreat, which is the brand’s ultimate goal. Find BRABBU in Hall 6 Stand H26-I25.
Antonio Lupi is a great example of why Italian furniture is known all over the world. The brand tailor makes luxury bathroom furniture, some of it made with extremely durable and resistant materials that the brand curated itself and produce a multitude of bathroom furniture in stunning colours, so that your bathroom never looks dull. Find Antonio Lupo in Stand J112.
Ex.T is an italian bathroom furniture brand that aims for the bathroom to be “a dynamic and stylish living space, transforming itself continuously along with your home”. The brand collaborates with international designers, combining the latest global design trends with local craftsmanship. At this year’s Maison et Objet, the brand will display their new collection of washbasins and bathroom accessories inspired by the “entablatures” series by Roy Lichtenstein, as well as a new collection inspired by the Art Déco movement. Find Ex.T in Hall 6 Stand M48 047.
The Retail Lab
The Retail Lab is a cycle of debates and workshops lead by retail specialists dedicated to exploring the best practices in consumer strategy and merchandising, and analysing trends emerging in the furniture market. This is a must-go for any up and coming retailers looking for first hand advice from experienced colleagues as well as updates on the innovations occuring in the business. You can find The Retail Lab in Hall 1.
The Talks is a cycle of conferences focused on everything related to interior design. This is the place to go for those in the hospitality industry, the retail business and any other professionals of the furniture business. Among the topics discussed are interior design solutions, cutting edge designers and the latest trends. You can find The Talks in Hall 7.
Technically this isn’t a part of Maison et Objet, but once in Paris, you might as well. Paris Déco Off is an interior design event running from Janury 16th until January 20th and it is, in their own words, “the rendez-vous of international interior design and decoration editors”. Don’t miss out on Les illuminations, a beautiful light show composed of over 150 oversized linen lamps displayed on the street or Les surdimensionnés, an exhibit of oversized furniture through the streets of Paris.
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