Maison et Objet 2017: Concept Design Stores To Visit in Paris
Discover the best Concept Design Stores in Paris!
Autumn is coming and so the most expected interior design events of the new season! If you are going to attend Maison et Objet 2017 and spend some time in one of the capitals of fashion and design, you should definitely see some of the best concept design stores!
Empreintes is situated in the Haur Marais neighborhood and is the newest craft concept store. The tableware, ornaments, jewelry, furniture, lighting, and artwork presented there come either from a unique or limited edition or from the workshops of the most talented artisans of France!
Fleux’ is the perfect place to find the latest trends and get inspired for home decoration and gifts! The store has a collection of lighting, designer bulbs, suspended ceiling lamps and furniture, tableware and ornaments, so the best place to get inspiration for your interior design projects! Fleux’ also carries brands which represent the best of contemporary design, including & Tradition, Bloomingville, Ferm Living, HAY, Normann Copenhagen, OMY, and Seletti.
Galerie Kreo, situated in the 13th arrondissement in Paris, focuses on producing new pieces in collaboration with the world’s most relevant contemporary designers (‘ Louise Weiss ‘ area). It is defined as ‘laboratory-space’, dedicated to produce limited edition contemporary pieces exclusivelu for the gallery. Galerie Kreofocuses also on historic Italian and French lights hailing from the 1940s to the 1980s.
Merciwas founded in March 2009 and was one of the first concept stores in Paris to mix the worlds of men’s and women’s fashion and interior design. The household range includes luxury bed linens, indoor and outdoor furniture, wallpapers, designer lamps, decorative objects, and an amazing selection of ceramics.
La Trésorerie was designed with old-school general stores and bazaars in mind, bringing together household objects. This concept store is situated in a repurposed administrative block (hence the name) and many of the original architectural features have been retained: the bars on the windows, the national insignia, and the wooden double doors. The type of treasure inside has changed but, for those who love interior design, it will be no less valuable.