The year’s officially closed for interior design in France, with the end of the second and final edition of 2016 Maison et Objet Paris! It was once again a landmark event where producers from around the world have shown what is best made in their countries. The organization’s already thinking in the year 2017 however we in Luxxu, made a roundup of the September issue of this iconic event in the interior design world.
Luxxu presented with a brilliant collection that gathered some of the already iconic models, as the Empire chandelier and McQueen wall lamp, to some rookie pieces in the world of tradeshows like the Draycott pendant.
Luxury is watchword in the collection presented by Maison Valentina. The elegant pieces of this brand continue to change the paradigm of bathroom furniture. Here you can see the Koi washbasins crowned by the majestic Draycott pendant by Luxxu.
The brightness of Delightful enchanted once again the Maison et Objet pavilions of Paris. With a bold collection created an authentic sound of light!
Essential Home took to Paris, the modernity of the middle of the century which is so characteristic! As a novelty it introduced the fantastic Dandy Sideboard, a piece inspired by the radios of old.
The force of nature invaded Paris with the fascinating collection of BRABBU! The refinement and wild comfort, fully represented in this living room ambient!
Boca do Lobo has proven, once again, their avant-garde brand status. The ever-present concept of exclusivity and break marked this second presence of 2016 at Maison et Objet Paris.
This is what means to celebrate design! Covet Lounge emerges as a meeting of good design and curatorial space for professionals and enthusiasts. Here visitors had the chance to see and experience pieces from LUXXU, Boca do Lobo, Brabbu, Delightfull, Essential Home and Circu!
This was the passage of Luxxu and its partners by the September edition of Maison et Objet Paris 2016. What do you think of the novelties presented? Share with us your opinion and take the opportunity to follow us on Facebook and Pinterest!
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