Maison et Objet 2018 edition is knocking at the door as this New Year proceeds. It’s one of the major events in the interior design industry that we should definitely follow to keep ahead with future trends. The January edition will take place in Paris, as usual, and it will occur from 19-23.
Trends for 2018 are warm colors, natural stone, cacti, curved shaped furniture, wicker, cordless lamps, black kitchens, portable lighting and wood elements.
here is a list of few exhibitors that are following the trends and that you should have in mind while planning your tour at the show:
LLADRÓ: Hall 8 — Stand C60
Founded in 1953, LLADRÓ is a worldwide leader in the design, manufacturing and distribution of high-end porcelain creations. It is the success story of an iconic Spanish brand that stands for a contemporary and exclusive lifestyle. LLADRÓ is a Spanish luxury brand internationally recognized as a leader in high-end and exclusive porcelain sculptures, lighting and home decor objects.
MISSONI HOME: Hall 8 — Stand A1
An abstract, floral crossover, symbols of old traditions and new spaces. Tangibly incisive texture alternating with virtual ethereality. Décor potential is heightened by different solutions on the same pattern.
GEORG JENSEN: Hall 8 — Stand A104
GEORG JENSEN is a Danish design house founded in 1904 renowned for artistic boldness, superior craftsmanship and visionary collaborations with leading artists and designers.
MATIAS DI CARLO: Hall 7 — Stand J165
With exceptional techniques and moving between art and design MATIAS DI CARLO pushes the limits of metal to create timeless masterpieces. MATIAS DI CARLO presents his characterful creations which masterfully blend an array of metals with the use of exceptional techniques.
NAHOOR: Hall 8 — Stand A47
NAHOOR has given itself the mission of giving back light a role that reflects the sacredness of the home.
WALL & DECÒ: Hall 8 — Stand B64 / C63
WALL&DECÒ is a creative inspiration boasting an on going balance between planning and design, photographic hyperrealism and graphics, research and formal immediacy. It is a new approach to wall decoration, an expression of trends and suggestive settings.
VISTA ALEGRE ATLANTIS: Hall 8 — Stand B72
Innovation, design, function and client service are the objectives of VISTA ALEGRE ATLANTIS, the largest Iberian group in tableware and giftware
BOCA DO LOBO: Hall 7 — Stand H2 / I1
BOCA DO LOBO seeks to encourage and represent the most authentic handcrafting techniques around the world. We are fearless and crave for innovation, our aim for excellence is what determines our passion.