You should definitely take a break from Maison et Objet to visit these furniture showrooms in Paris!
This week the French Capital is regarded as one of the most important meeting points for interior design due to Maison et Objet and its immense world of furniture and art exhibitions. It started two days ago at Nord Villepinte with over 3000 exhibitor brands from all around the world, and has already counted with visitors from 139 countries!
If you’re planning to make a little break from the event, we thought you might want to visit the city’s incredible assortment of furniture showrooms, decorative stores and studios to help you find the best designs and get inspired for your next projects.
Take a look below.
If you’re a fan of opulent and luxurious design, you should schedule a visit at Covet Paris. Debuting this month, the furniture showroom is located in the Parisian Haussman Boulevard and will feature alluring collections from brands like DelightFULL, BRABBU, Essential Home, Boca do Lobo, LUXXU, and much more, as well as elegant living spaces to help you build exclusive ambiances.
Roche bobois is the story of two families, the Roches and the Chouchans, not predestined to meet. In 1950 they began to distribute the very best contemporary furniture, which was heavily inspired by Bauhaus designers, such as Minvielle, Steiner and Airbourne, and equally inspired by renowned designers such as Pierre Paulin and Marc Berthier.
Now, Roche Bobois is one of the top decoration stores in Paris and a French retailer of high-end furniture design.
LES ANNÉES LUMIÈRES
Les années lumières is an expansive concept store of luminaries located in the Raspail Boulevard. It dedicates a permanent personal space to the English designer, called “the Tom Dixon room” who works essentially in this collection with copper and brass and the emblematic Wingback couch. A must!
CARAVANE CHAMBRE 19
Since 2001, Caravane Chambre 19 has been inspiring home-makers and professional interior designers alike to create unique colorful bedroom designs. Inside you can find a wide range of items that go from beds and divans, soft blankets and bed covers, to cushions and curtains in a myriad of colors and styles.
ASTIER DE VILLATTE
It is impossible not to stop by Astier de Villatte when you’re at Rue Saint Honoré. Handmade pottery, made out of black terracotta clay, and scented candles which are known worldwide.
The designer Veronese is renowned for its whimsically colorful glass chandeliers which are made using traditional techniques in Murano, Italy. Here you can find a beautiful and elegant collection of lighting fixtures.
At Sentou, owner Pierre Romanet always has new discoveries and commissions: furniture, lighting, textiles, and tableware by established names and emerging designers.
These showrooms are characterized by a traditional style with a touch of contemporaneity and vivid colours, so embrace yourself to be inspired by this majestic spaces.