The doors of the September edition of Maison et Objet 2019 are unfortunately closing today. But have no fear, because we bring you all the exclusive highlight from this design event! Prepare yourself to see the most wonderful interior design inspirations from the top luxury brands and to be inspired by the best interior design trends. Home Decor Ideas was your eyes to the fair and will give you the inside scoop from the best inspirations and trends launched in the past days!
BOCA DO LOBO & COVET HOUSE | Hall 7, C8 – D7
For the September edition of Maison et Objet 2019, Boca do Lobo and Covet House joined forces, to bring forth the best in the world of exclusive design. For September’s edition, Boca do Lobo brought a reinvented piece that is already an icon – Pixel Walnut Cabinet! Both design brands are Portuguese and known for combining luxury design and fine craftsmanship.
Jonathan Adler | Hall 6, Stand B38 – C37
North American designer Jonathan Adler created his first collection in 1993, and ever since that year, the top interior designer has been pushing the envelope of modern and contemporary interior furniture pieces and accessories. With his stand at Maison et Objet, Adler is presenting a couple of his best sellers and novelties to spice up his stand. With classic and mid-century influenced, Jonathan Adler helps bridge a gap between the classic and modern.
Roberto Cavalli Home | Hall 7 — Stand F47
Roberto Cavalli Home encapsulates the brand’s penchant for all things Italian across its covetable range of luxury bed linen sets, elegant tableware and glassware. Drawing inspiration from the iconic prints and patterns of the clothing collections as bespoke animal prints and damask, the colours and textures feature vibrant intertwining details and ornate trims, including tassels and golden braiding. Transform your living space with everything from astonishing dinnerware to plush cushions and more.
Seletti | Hall 6 — Stand J16 – K15
Ever since it was established in 1964 in Cicognara, Mantova, the company has pursued its mission of making the most of professionalism, service and, above all, an endless product research, striving for improvement, innovation and originality. From furniture and lighting to decoration and art de la table, Seletti blends art and daily life icons with personal vision and Italian excellence.
Designer of the Year September 2019, Laura Gonzalez | Café Signature
At 37, architect Laura Gonzalez is already well-known for working her magic across Paris, and for the past two years has been spreading her wings overseas, stamping her “reworked classical” style on a whole host of restaurants, bars, hotels and stores. Maison et Objet highlights the work of this amazing designer by naming her Designer of the Year September 2019.
Laura Gonzalez is someone that we see a bit of everywhere lately, realizing projects after projects and flirting with the design magazines. She is fully multi-tasking, being able to create hotels, restaurants, shops and private interiors. Laura Gonzalez started her career with nightclubs and, today, she’s the creator of half a dozen Cartier shops, the Pierre Hermé bakery or even the Occitane concept store, and now she’s celebrated as Maison et Objet‘s Designer Of The Year September 2019.
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