Just yesterday finished was one of the greatest and biggest interior design exhibitions of the world – Maison & Objet 2017. From the 20th to the 24th of January this event has traditionally gathered in Paris all the best and coolest, the most original, expensive, new and high-quality things in the world of interior design and décor. Furniture and accessories, lighting and décor, home textile and aromas, numerous interior design ideas and an enormous number of world famous brands – everything was collected under one roof. We’d like to show you all the best of these things, and the first article will reveal the most interesting novelties of furniture industry.
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)
Since its establishment in 1991 this Spanish manufacturer of furniture and home décor keeps growing and developing its own vision of interior design. Employees have their fingers on the pulse of innovations and now maintain classical approach in their collection designs. Thereby the brand no longer follows ever-changing trends, but rather focuses on exclusively aesthetical and ever-popular aspects.
The representative of this Dutch company enjoyed telling the story of Jansen furniture to the visitors of the pavilion. The thing is that before getting to the Parisian exhibition each piece of furniture had taken a round-the-world trip: the factory is located in Indonesia and all the materials (wood and etc.) are imported from Europe exclusively. Among the most interesting models are versatile chests of drawers, tables with super elegant legs and exquisite arm-chairs.
The biggest rush reigned in the pavilion of the Belgian brand Fancy. The company offers the whole set of things for interior design – from furniture and lamps to home textile and versatile accessories.
Creations of the English designer can be safely called “out-of-time”. Diverse coffee tables, beds and mirrors: nothing superfluous and only quiet colors. That’s exactly what clients appreciate in Robert’s collections most of all.