What other interesting novelties of the beautiful world of home textile were represented at Maison & Objet 2017? Were there any non-Italian exhibitors in this segment? What trends dominated in the pavilions? All that you will find out from the last article dedicated to the biggest international trade fair for interior design and décor that took place on 20-24th of January, 2017 in Paris.
Read more about Maison & Objet 2017:
Best of Maison & Objet 2017: Home Textile (Part 1)
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)
Best of Maison & Objet 2017: Home Décor (Part 1)
Best of Maison & Objet 2017: Home Décor (Part 2)
This was the first visit of this Italian brand to Maison & Objet. Its production facility is located in Genoa and coming to Paris was an attempt to find new ways for development. Let’s wish this manufacturer success! Its cashmere is so extremely soft, light and pleasing, that it deserves this.
La Perla Home by Fazzini
Initially this Italian brand (yes, that’s Italy again!) used to manufacture ladies’ underwear. Over time it decided to diversify the product range and started collaboration with a family business named Fazzini. The latter was known for its splendid bed linen, bath towels and kitchen textile. Linen, cotton, satin, silk and faux fur — all the products have a pleasing touch. And a big range includes colors and patterns to any taste – from monochrome and bicolor to bright and embroidered. The most interesting of the new collections are Camelie, Argo, Clorofilla, Lavanda, Orfeo, and Cleo.
Blumarine, Blugirl and Svad Dondi
When it comes to top quality and elegance, Italians are absolutely unrivalled. Classical, elegant and contemporary styles combined with a wide range of jacquard fabrics and beautiful printed textiles, as well as a number of other interesting elements, make the linen most pleasing to touch and sleep on.
SDE Group is a home textile manufacturer, which actually develops and produces the entire range of products for home. Numerous designers and other professionals of the industry combine their efforts to create original things following the latest fashion trends. Now the group includes such French brands as Torchons & Bouchons, Nattiot, Winkler, Vivaraise and The Rug Republic.
This German brand brought a note of coziness and softness to the exhibition. Its production facility is situated next to Baden-Baden – a famous German spa resort, where people from all over the world come to have a good rest and relax. That’s exactly what comes to your mind, when you see the wonderful pillows by Anke Drechsel.