Merci, Paris: 6 Looks from Maison & Objet’s January 2018 Edition

These standout styles caught our eye at the trade fair in Paris.

Nicole Davis
03/19/2018
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Pholc Apollo by Broberg & Ridderstråle

In the Tropics

Walking the halls of Maison & Objet at times felt like a jungle expedition. This motif had been gaining in previous editions of the show but seemed to proliferate in time for this show, appearing on textiles, walls, tabletop, decor and even lighting. A mix of palm fronds, cacti, flowers, tropical birds and big cats mixed with brights made this style lots of fun. Shown here is the ceramic bowl with Tropic Leaf print from Rice, ByOn’s Kid Jungle poster and the Salvé Terra Collection of ceramic tropical fruit from Mambo Unlimited Ideas.

ByOn Kid Jungle poster
www.byon.se

 

 

Mambo Unlimited Ideas Salvé Terra
www.mambounlimitedideas.com

 

Rice Tropical Leaf print ceramic bowl
www.rice.dk

 

Dramatic LED Fixtures

LED continues to enable some incredibly artful designs, and the debuts at this show were no exception. From installations to groupings, hanging LED fixtures were showstoppers. A few we loved: DesignHeure’s Mozaik Trio chandelier, Formagenda’s Pearls chandelier and Apollo by Broberg & Ridderstråle for Pholc.

 

DesignHeure Mozaik Trio chandelier
www.designheure.com

 

Formagenda PEARLS Chandelier
www.formagenda.com

 

Pholc Apollo Broberg & Ridderstråle
www.pholc.se

 

Mauve-y Pink

This industry is no stranger to blush — hello, Millennial Pink — but we were introduced to an updated shade of this pastel at Maison & Objet. New introductions showed a purple-leaning baby pink, which feels a bit more refined and usable than its predecessor. The shade looked ravishing on Day Home’s pillow and HK Living’s Retro Sofa Hocker in Nude, plus the scene from By On.

HK Living Retro Sofa Hocker
 www.hkliving.nl

 

Day Home pillow
www.day-home.dk

 

By On Interior
www.byon.se

 

More Memphis

Memphis design style peeked its head out in the last edition of Maison and continued to show this go-around. This abstract style — think 80’s era — marries loud color and geometric pattern for standout pieces that, when paired together, epitomize the “more is more” philosophy. Here, Petite Friture’s JetLag wallpaper imbues a classic Memphis pattern; so does La Chance’s France rug by Nathalie du Pasquier.

La Chance France rug Nathalie du Pasquier
 www.lachance.paris

 

Petite Friture JetLag wallpaper
www.petitefriture.com

 

Natural Weaves

Not new but still permeating, rattan and jute in furnishings and lighting provide a room with a natural, organic feel that in many cases left us feeling like we were at the beach. Here, House Doctor’s VT0320 side table in Nature measures 18 inches across for an easily movable accent. Nordal’s 1004 Jute shade in Nature allows you to dress up a pendant, and from Rivièra Maison, the Cala Cabo sofa made of kubu rattan is rustic but fresh with white cushions.

 

Riviera Maison Cala Cabo sofa
www.rivieramaison.com

 

Nordal 1004 Jute shade
nordal.eu

 

House Doctor VT0320 side table Nature
en.housedoctor.dk

 

Teal

In additional to mauve, blue-greens were also hot — plus, the two work perfectly together. Dark and light saturations were seen, like in Harto Design’s Fanny shelf in Petrol Blue, which is made of natural oak and stained, and in Dome Deco’s modular seating upholstered in Turquoise Warlock fabric.

Dome Deco Turquoise Warlock modular seating
www.domedeco.com

 

Harto Design Fanny shelf Petrol Blue
www.hartodesign.fr

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