Maison & Objet 2017 is the concentration of talents and energy. It’s the world interior design exhibition accumulating the most sophisticated and peculiar things from the world of home décor. Here luxurious ideas of world-known brands coexist with national products, and internationally recognized professionals transfer their experience to young and talented, but so far unknown, designers. As soon as we’ve already discussed the best exhibitors of furniture, lamps and tableware of this year, we suggest that you have a look at the sector of home décor.
Read more about Maison & Objet 2017:
Best of Maison & Objet 2017: Home Decor (Part 2)
Best of Maison & Objet 2017: Furniture (Part 1)
Best of Maison & Objet 2017: Furniture (Part 2)
Best of Maison & Objet 2017: Lamps
Best of Maison & Objet 2017: Tableware (Part 1)
Best of Maison & Objet 2017: Tableware (Part 2)
Besides beautiful lamps and chandeliers, that we already saw in the previous article, Aerin’s booth was dressed up with gorgeous gold-plated home accessories reflecting the luxurious lifestyle of their creator – Ralph Lauren. Among the most memorable exhibits were jewellery boxes made from stingray skins and a backgammon set for 3,000 dollars.
This year Fancy Company presented preconditions – you could buy something only provided that the total sum of the purchase will be over 3,000 Euro. Funnily enough, their booth was occupied by dozens of clients, who wanted to get one of their versatile home accessories.
Murano glass is always something to admire. This year the brand introduced its new collection of birds and fish. Italian glassblowers and unique ancient technologies have excelled themselves once again!
Ironically, their pavilion featured numerous pieces of décor in baroque style. The Dutch manufacturer is focusing on nickel, silver, glass and polymeric stuff designed in the style the 18th century, when such luxurious things were a must-have of any noble lady’s boudoir. Here you could find anything for decorating the interior: book jewellery boxes, sweet angel figurines, blankets and lamp shades, trays and clocks. All the items are made under the technologies of 18-19th centuries and artificially aged to create the ever-popular antique feel.
Established in 1859 in Germany, this company is still one of the Europe’s leading brands for glassware, tableware and home décor. During one season it introduces more than 100 of new products and has bold plans to become a lifestyle brand in the very near future. Among the novelties in Paris you could see amazing gifts, figurines and wine glasses. The latter are known for their increased strength and extremely thin stems. By the way, Leonardo is the only brand in the world, which possesses a technology and equipment to have such stems industrially manufactured.
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