Highlights from Maison et Objet 2019

We already present here a full and detail guide so you can visit the event and know what to expect from it. The fair was separated into two distinct categories: home interiors and objects and accessories.

With over 600 new brands on show, there is much on display this January from international players, including German designer Sebastian Herkner as a guest of honor and flourishing talents from China, to new offerings beyond the fairground, at Parisian galleries in town.

After successful days we are ready to give to you the Highlights from Maison et Objet of this year. Get yourself inspired by the most luxury brands in the world and see the top interior design trends.

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Sebastian Herkner as Designer of the Year

With 21 projects under his belt in 2018 alone, it was an easy decision for Maison et Objet to choose Herkner as the star of the show. Herkner also celebrates new launches at the fair including these new ‘Echino’ side tables with blown glass legs for Italian brand Zanotta.

Armchair, Bea Mombaers (Serax)

Boca do Lobo

London Cabinet Boxes (Reflections Copenhagen)

Meridiani

‘Nouveau’ by Bernhardt-Vella for Ex.t

Florentine bathroom brand Ex.t tap bathroom newcomers, Milan-based studio Bernhardt-Vella, for a collection that takes its cues from early 20th-century art deco.

Pullcast

Cupola lamp , Jo Sampson (Vista Alegre)

Porada

Garden of Eden rug , India Mahdavi (Golran)

Slate Clean Tray  (Van Treeck Edition)

Circu

Swirl Collection, Tom Dixon

Luxxu

Pop Up Lamps  (Magic Circus)

Delightful

Flores carpet (AYTM)

Rug’Society 

SIMBA

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