Maison Et Objet is one of the most important events for professionals working in the art of living in all its rich and varied expressions. From decoration, design, and furniture to textiles and fragrances, the biannual fair is what makes this event unique and so important to the world of interior design. The diversity is in line with the varies expectations of the global market and this twice-yearly fair reveals solutions to visitors from all over the world in search of exclusiveness. The chance to discover the unexpected and to explore the future will be held on September 6-10th. Save the date!
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The September edition of Maison Et Object will have four new stands. Living by François Bernard in Hall 2, Share by François Delclaux in Hall 3, Care by Elizabeth Leriche in Hall 4 and WORK! by Chantal Hamaide in Hall 6.
Confronted with stereotypical mass decoration trends, François Bernard wanted to experiment in newer, more distinctive and emerging creative directions. He explores three aspects of this elegant trend – Modern Living, Sculptural Living and Soft Living – and also their main influences.
Comfort is ideally expressed in bedrooms and bathrooms, there are four facets presented: functionality in Simply Together; natural materials in Mediterranean Craft; nature in Deep Nature; and finally urban sophistication in City Elegance.
According to Chantal Hamaide, the connected society and new working practices are fashioning a connected nomadic lifestyle that relies on objects. Four words illustrate this trend: connectivity, comfort, usage and mobility.
If you enjoyed your experience at Maison Et Objet with us last January, visit us this September to renew and make new bounds. Stay updated with the best news about trends, interior design trends, and high-end furniture brands, you must sign up our Newsletter and receive it in your email – free of charges, the latest and the most exclusive content from Contemporary Rugs Blog.
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