The biggest highlights from Maison et Objet 2020 => Like other past events, this edition of Maison Et Objet was a celebration of design, creativity, and quality that hosted numerous luxury brands, amazing interior designers, and incredible conferences. Join My Design Agenda and discover everything that you are missing!
Popular in the 60’s curved soft furnishings have now taken hold on sideboards and even suspension lamps, but their return to sofas and seating make it one of the most intriguing and even covetable interior design trends. Curved shapes give the opportunity for a conversation, communication and make the furniture look comfortable andinviting
Grey is an on-trend yet timeless color for any space and can be used throughout the home. The versatility of the shade means that each space can take on a unique feel depending on what it’s paired with and the many different shades of grey lead to endless pairing options to ensure no room is ever the same.
Neutral Colors will never go out of style. The most important aspect of this kind of space is to introduce various subtle details that will give a bit more character to an interior. Discreet and trendy tones that provide lightness and elegance to any room.
In 2019, the intense green color has had a good role in textiles and decorative accessories, but in 2020 we will continue seeing it both smoothly and as part of prints. Green can help enhance vision, stability, and endurance. Green takes up more space in the spectrum visible to the human eye and it is the dominant color in the natural. It is a natural choice in interior design as an ideal background or backdrop because we as humans are so used to seeing it everywhere.
A timeless and enduring blue hue, Pantone 19-4052 Classic Blue is elegant in its simplicity. Suggestive of the sky at dusk, the reassuring qualities of the thought-provoking Pantone 19-4052 Classic Blue highlight the desire for a dependable and stable foundation on which to build as we cross the threshold into a new era.
Natural materials never really go out of fashion and there is a reason for that, they are amazing neutrals and give an instant feeling of luxury and style to any space. The natural materials trend focuses on the use of tactile materials like rattan, bamboo, seagrass, and cork. They are inherently more eco-friendly than their artificial counterparts. It’s good for the environment, and your family, as well.
Maison Et Objet 2020 has elected Michael Anastassiades as the designer of the year for this edition! Michael Anastassiades launched his amazing lighting brand in 2007, where he first presented his collection at the Maison et Objet. Now, he came back as Designer of the Year. In the meantime, he has become one of the most poetic and prolific lighting designers working today. In his work, the Cypriot designer uses simple shapes and volumes – a sphere, a line, a circle – to create a rich language where uncertainty and imbalance are embraced.