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Less than a month left to the January edition of Maison et Objet Paris and we want to share with you 5 trendy brands to see at the fair.
The last Edition of Maison et Objet, in September, was the place where some of the most exciting interior design trends 2016 were shown to the world and another round of trend is coming to town. From home accessories to new furniture pieces, have a look at these 5 trendy brands that are setting the 2016’s interior design trends.
Hay was founded in 2002 and at the heart of everything that HAY does is the notion that contemporary design should spring from a good idea, innovative technology and quality materials in combination with joyful, straightforward and uncomplicated aesthetics. HAY’s ambition is to encourage Danish furniture design’s return. HAY will be introducing the new outdoor collection at the Maison et Objet.
DelightFULL is a lighting design brand that is now experiencing its first furniture collection. Craftsmanship is its best! You may also see Delightfull amazing products in Covet London apartment.
Furniture and Lighting Design through the hands of the best Portuguese artisans. Brabbu will be displaying it’s new products at Maison et Objet.
If you can’t go to paris, you should tag in your London City Guide the Covet London Apartment and see their luxurious furniture.
The iconic brand design headed by Tom Dixon. Established in 2002, Tom Dixon is a British product design brand. With a commitment to innovation and a mission to revive the British furniture industry, the brand is inspired by the nation’s unique heritage and produces extraordinary objects for everyday use. It must be present in your London guide when visiting.
Nomess Copenhagen was founded in 2007 by Suzanne Potts, due to her own demand for organising, simplicity and aesthetic indulgence.
All products are designed for the single purpose of making everyday life easier. For Nomess the functionality in organising objects can’t stand alone – it simply needs aesthetics to function. Those two qualities are the foundation of Nomess Copenhagen and the vision.