I guess that you – as a design lover – surely have heard about the 2015 edition of M&O – Maison & Objet Paris trade fair that is about to start just in couple of days. Once again you have the opportunity to seek for the one of a kind home decoration objects and new inspiring designs… Let’s take a sneak peek at what you could find at the M&O 2015…
Paris – that is the only place where a true design buff should be on September 4-8, 2015. I’m expecting a lot from this year’s edition of Maison & Objet – and honestly, there is every reason to do so… There are always many inspiring, unique pieces to be found there – but this year might be even more special. Just have a look at what I’ve discovered from the previous M&Os and you surely will understamd my enthusiasm.
Collection Container by Sebastian Herkner for Pulpo. How I’d like to have one of those at my home! I can imagine making a flower arrangements of anemones – a different color of flowers for a different color of vase. That little glamour never hurt nobody…
Glowing fish-themed fabric from Thevenon – would you dare to have that kind of aquatic inspiration at home? I bet it would look lovely on a velvet sofa in an intense color. And for the background – warm grey walls, maybe some paneling? – I certainly got into daydreaming, but I guess this is what a good design does to you…’The intense colors of turquoise and indigo blue are associated with fuchsia and yellow accents to create a marine enchanted world full of freshness.’ – well said.
And for those of you who prefer slightly more traditional patterns – a Toile de Jouy fabric. For those of you who don’t know yet what that is : ‘type of decorating pattern consisting of a white or off-white background on which a repeated pattern depicting a fairly complex scene, generally of a pastoral theme such as a couple having a picnic by a lake or an arrangement of flowers. The pattern portion consists of a single color, most often black, dark red, or blue. Toiles were originally produced in Ireland in the mid-18th Century and quickly became popular in Britain and France’. This one – pink pattern on anise background – has delighted me with its bold interpretation of tradition.
I absolutely adore the innovative solution for supporting the T-Square Marble Shelf designed by Michael Anastassiades for Coedition. What can I say – marble and brass are simply a match made in heaven.
Another brass inspiration – GamFratesi designs leather-lined brass trays for Skultuna. A good choice of quality materials and the simplicity of form always speaks for itself.
Because you never can get too much brass accents for you home – especially those that are created by great designers – COG pens and desk accessories by Tom Dixon.
And last but not least – a luxurious glass design by Anna Torfs.
Hope that you’ve managed to find some interesting pieces for your sophisticated interior design from what I’ve selected for you. Be sure to get the experience that comes from visiting design fares and go to this edition of Maison and Objet Paris – it surely would be worth it.
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