Maison & Objet Paris 2019 Experience
Posted on January 22 2019
More than 20 years after its creation, MAISON&OBJET Paris has become the leading international fashion trade show in the art of living. The lifestyle show brings together a complete product offering. Decoration, design, furniture, fashion, home accessories, textiles, fragrances, tableware… Twice a year, over 4 days, the event welcomes over 80,000 visitors through its doors at Paris Nord Villepinte, with 3,000 international brands to see. More than just a trade show, M&O Paris is an unmissable source of inspiration for market trends, as well as a complete program of conferences and events.
In the last four days SEP was at M&O in collaboration with MADE51, and with the support of C.B.I. We had a large stand shared with other like-minded, ethical, and cross-cultural brands.
The stand was situated in the Unique & Eclectic hall. 5A is in the most visited hall with refined, and rare finds from all over the world.
Taking part in this event is a great success for SEP. We were especially happy about our keffiyeh wall that attracted lots of attention!
It was also an inspiring trip! We saw many interesting setups, designs and noticed that the color palette is shifting to a muted color setting, with an occasional pop of vivid colors. For one thing is clear, there are great and beautiful designs at M&O Paris, and the variety is endless.
Some of our favorites are listed here:
Mywalit is a unique brand of leather wallets, handbags, coin purses and accessories. The brand has lovely color combinations, and uses soft nappa leather made in Lucca, Italy.
Guanabana creates special fashion accessories of high quality and hand-made designs. Their collection mixes together different artisan techniques from several places in South America.
Handed by is from the Netherlands. They create woven baskets, bags and home accessories. Natural materials today are more modern than ever! They are handmade by talented artisans and leave the smallest possible footprint on the environment.
LIV interior stands for bohemian living. The brand was founded by a couple with origins in Denmark and Pakistan, and combines a cultural mix that is reflected in the design of the products. They are committed to ethical and traditional manufacturing.
Nkuku is inspired by the founder’s life-changing adventure of travelling the world and coming across talented craftspeople along the way. Today they create handmade home products combining timeless design with traditional skills and natural materials.
Paky Art House makes glass designs with 25 years of experience. A brand new trend and yet so old is glass. Paky Art House offers designs made with traditional Egyptian techniques and modern inspiration from contemporary architecture.