Maison & Objet 2019 : my furniture is french !
Maison & Objet 2019 is ended up ! And I have to say once again that the January edition has became an important time of the year giving us the trend and inspiration for 2019. Amazing pastels colours, natural materials… anyway all the well know design editors have been spread over the 9 halls and kilometers of walking ! To avoid getting lost, I had the idea to propose a small focus made in collaboration with the French furniture, “My furniture is french!” ! I hope you like the seats as much as me because I made very beautiful discoveries starting with…
The chic of Duvivier
Une excellence artisanale depuis 1840! Derrière ce design imaginé par Charlotte Juillard, c’est une maison et des artisans qui perpétuent son savoir-faire depuis 7 générations qui ont mis du coeur à l’ouvrage. Une petite merveille non ?
A craft excellence since 1840! Behind this design designed by Charlotte Juillard, it is a house and craftsmen who perpetuate its know-how for 7 generations who put the heart to work. A little marvel, isn’t it ?
The confort signed by Ligne Roset
Take a look at these shapes and colors. This kind of piece makes you want to curl hours inside with a magazine and a good tea? And for a talkative like me, the absolute dream is this double sofa khaki a little lower that promises hours of chatter …
The material selected by Dasras
Combine wood with ceramics, this is the choice of the house Dasras that perpetuates the work of wood in its workshops in Britain for 5 generations. Their collaboration with designer Pierre Dubourg gave birth to this superb library inspired by stilts!
Luxury outdoor signed Sifas
I admit I did not know at all. At the same time when you live in the center of Paris you rarely have the opportunity to equip your garden. 🙂 But these weaves are definitely wonderful !
Still outdoor, colours signed by Fermob !
And then finally Bosc who reminds you who is the Boss !
I love green decoration! All the armchairs of the Bosc house are made in the Landes.
Photo report in collaboration with L’ameublement français / Maison & Objet 2019
Texts et photos : Jessica Lia @thefrenchmakers