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MAISON & OBJET, JANUARY 2016

This is the end of austerity on the home decor market, with lots of work on materials and “going the whole way” when it comes to displaying pieces. This shows a desire to affirm some real personality.

Colors, materials, finishing & patterns… Discover a selection of our stand-out favorites, available in their entirety on Peclers (+).

GREENS

After more flamboyant emerald tones at the last trade show, greens can be found between ‘fir’ and almost khaki hues, softened and slipping away from the traditional, classic world towards more elegant, design-led ones. Velvet and ‘plump’ comfort, with the re-launch of the Plumy design created in 1980 by designer Annie Hieronimus at Cinna; Loom, a two-color throw in woven cotton by Muuto; woolen armchair by Hartô; overdyed yarn-dyed cushion by House Doctor or indeed on the ceramics by Asa.

1. © House Doctor 2. Muuto, Photo Peclers Paris 3. House Doctor, Photo Peclers Paris

RICHNESS & TRANSPARENCY

A revival of molded, colored, textured glass. A new exhibitor, from the Linz region in Austria, is young glass-maker Robert Comploj, with his superb pots and vases inspired by woven baskets, worked with in a sunny color range. Four colors and four shapes for the vases by &K Amsterdam, where classics of the genre are reworked in faceted crystal. There’s softened texture and a sophisticated smoked range with the vases by TineKhome.

1. Robert Comploj, Photo Peclers Paris 2. &k Amsterdam, Photo Peclers Paris 3. TineKhome, Photo Peclers Paris

ART DECO VIBE

Chic vibes at La Chance: These highly graphic black and white patterns were originally created by the star decorator of the 1910′s and 20′s for rugs and wallpapers. They’re incredibly modern, like a long-lost ancestor of the Memphis Movement, and have been re-worked on cushions by this young company. They come alongside African mask-inspired appliqués in lacquered metal by Marta Bakowski.

An updated essential version at Swedish manufacturer EcoWallpaper with their collection of wallpapers dreamed up by Jaime Hayon, a pattern available in three different scales and re-worked in a 'tiles' version: square sheets to position however you like.

1. Jaime Hayon pour EcoWallpaper 2. Maison La chance, photo Peclers Paris

 

 

 

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