One of my favorite parts of being an interior designer is, of course, the shopping. And while there are so many fabulous boutiques and hidden gems right here in South Florida, I’m so inspired by the newest collections that get revealed every year in my home city of Paris at Maison & Objet. From furniture to lighting, to floor coverings, tableware, wallpaper, and more, there’s never a shortage of eye candy at the fairgrounds and at galleries and showrooms throughout the city. I’ve gathered together some of my favorite swoon-worthy products that were presented during the show this month and want to share them with you.
Maison Dada’s playful new collection by Thomas Dariel and Delphine Moreau celebrates futurism from the perspective of the 1970s. CC Tapis put together a star-studded exhibit of rugs featuring works by Germans Ermics, Mae Engelgeer, Patricia Urquiola, Bethan Laura Wood and more. Geometric glass pendants by Boris Limek and Lenka Damova for Brokis suspend with architectural beauty. SIEGER by FÜRSTENBERG’s new Stella collection deceives with its modern simplicity and intricate detail. LondonArt’s graphic Follies wallpaper by Laura Pozzi and retro Drop pattern by Fabio Fantolino delight the eyes. And there are two brands that tie for my top picks: Noom, who celebrated the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Bauhaus School by marrying form and function; and, for obvious reasons, Bosa Ceramiche’s Dab Penguin by Vittorio Gennari—a commentary on climate change and the animals that are endangered by it, with a little nod to pop culture.
I hope they inspire you as much as they inspire me!
Image Credits: Maison Dada, 2020 Collection, Maison Dada Paris showroom // CC Tapis. Photo: Andrea Bartoluccio // Design: Boris Limek and Lenka Damova for Brokis. Photo: Martin Chum // SIEGER by FÜRSTENBERG, Johannes Holz, Stella collection // London Art Wallpaper. Photo: Francis Amiand via Maison & Objet // Noom Home // Top of Page: Bosa Ceramiche. Photo: Alberto Parise