Best of Maison & Objet 2017: Home Décor (Part 2)
Who else exhibited the best collections of home décor and accessories at Maison & Objet 2017, the world’s biggest trade fair for interior design and décor that was held in Paris on 20-24th January, 2017? We continue sharing with you the news and photos of the most memorable exhibits of this year’s fair in the sector of home accessories and décor.
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Tiny figurines, clocks and happy bunnies represented pure Belgian style at the exhibition.
Henry Dean is also Belgian, but this brand manufactures elegant hand-made glassware. Such fantastic shapes and amazing colors are a fruit of old production technologies and special pigments. Five or six craftsmen of the factory manage to make about 15 pieces during the day, which explains that most of the things the company makes are bespoke. This time the brand was introducing a new orange collection.
Rosemarie Schulz products are something to fall in love with, especially if you are an eco-style follower. The most amazing things were compositions of living moss, flowers and sea shells.
New collection of a famous American designer Michael Aram was inspired by the flora and fauna of tropical jungles. Natural rhythms permeate every piece of décor in gold, silver and other precious metals represented in his booth.
Tribus & Royaumes
No one could pass by these cool Star Wars soldiers exhibited by the French company Tribus & Royaumes without a smile. Ironically, the company’s specialization is vintage and antique stuff. And this funny futuristic couple costs 2,200 Euro, by the way.
Some modern trends coupled with classics of Scandinavian style – the Danish brand draws inspiration from the things around it.
Unrepeatable interior designs for the admirers of history and languid colors were offered by Dialma Brown.
The name says it all – no comments.
One more Belgian brand is offering all-inclusive interior designs. Bright color combinations look pretty traditional and conservative, though.