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Maison et Objet 2015 Paris in September was the place where some of the most exciting interior design trends 2016 were shown to the world. With the end of Maison et Objet 2015 Paris (September edition). From home accessories to new furniture pieces, have a look at the 7 most trendy brands that are setting the interior design trends 2016.
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The new notebooks launched by Tom Dixon, who has been investing in smaller accessories for the home for a few seasons now, are divine. We love that, even in a small object like this, you can spot some of the designer’s trademarks – beautiful colour combinations, metallic surfaces and geometric forms.
When we said you can find everything for the home at Maison et Objet 2015, we meant it. Washi tape – the DIY bloggers’ best friend – was one of the highlights at Nomess Copenhagen, proving you can find good design no matter what the product.
San Francisco-based designer Tina Frey is always on our Maison radar, so it’s no surprise we’re obsessed with her resin homeware. So it was a nice surprise to see that she is translating her organic shapes into prints for greeting cards. Another great example of how to jump into a new product category without losing your style identity.
Showcasing a contemporary home décor fulfilled with mid-century modern furniture, let yourself be surrounded by BRABBU’s intense way of living. Have a look at the photos of BRABBU’s stand at Maison et Objet 2015 which is located on Hall 5B (Stand L25/M26).
HAY, it has mastered the art of transforming everyday objects into beautiful decorative accessories that really spruce up a composition or room. Just look at these pencils, casually arranged together – isn’t your desk crying out for such a cool pot of gorgeousness?
Vitra, a brand synonymous for iconic design that producing true objects of genius for interiors addicts, is diving into the “small is better” trend too and launched a series everyday items – think matches and napkins – decorated with Alexander Girard prints originally created in the 1950s and 1960s. We specially like the “Home Sweet Home” prints, as it taps into another trend spotted at the fair: warm and welcoming.
Delightfull is an usual exhibitor at Maison et Objet Paris. The brand has established in the last few years a strong reputation in the lighting design world. This year, Delightfull is premiering the “Essentials Collection” – a collection of mid century furniture that completes Deligthfull’s lighting offer.
Maison et Objet 2015 is probably the first trade show of the year giving us a glimpse of what expect for the interior design trends 2016. What you think of this review?
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