Paris Deco Off 2020 will happen from January 16 to 20. Four days fulfilled by a wonderful celebration on the streets of Paris. Luxury fabric brands show their newest collections and trends are set for the upcoming year. Each year, Paris Deco Off opens the year with this event happening at the same time as Maison et Objet. Learn what you can expect from top exhibitors and what kind of surprises are they preparing for us. Today we will be previewing the news from Lelièvre, Houlès, Kobe and Jab Anstoetz. Enjoy!
Lelièvre launches a new collection of wallpapers, tribute to Jean Cocteau. Many motifs make up this collection of which Email. A motif inspired by the original work “L’Esprit minéral” of 1962, a 33cm diameter plate in red earth with anthracite grey engobe, white oxide pencil, encrusted with coral, yellow and brilliant night blue enamels. Its geometric forms offer a nice matte/shiny contrast that reproduces the look of the original ceramic. This ultra graphic wallpaper was created in rotogravure on non-woven backing.
A second wallpaper collection which pays tribute to Jean Cocteau, one of the artists who has shaped the French cultural landscape the most in the 20th century.
Kobe presents its Animal Prints collection and its two patterns. Basoo, velvet adorned with an all-over leopard print, is a woven jacquard pattern with extremely soft, tight threads; and Malawi, velvet jacquard with a zebra pattern. Each is available in seven colours to bring jungle vibes to your home.
On a pour, chair, or lamp… Decoration goes fringe : Curtain fringe, cut fringe, bullion fringe, ultra-long fringe… Fringe flounces around the house, gaining an edge. It takes on movement in the name of style, from Gatsby to boudoir to glamour to ultra-chic ethnic. The Long Cut Fringes collection is to discover at Houlès.
Jab Anstoetz launches a new generation of fabrics – Structures by climatex®. climatex® is the name of innovative fabrics, with excellent properties such as temperature balance, moisture regulation and extreme robustness with a Martindale of 500 000 rubs. Developed a few years ago in Switzerland, the fabric is now sold and distributed in Germany and is marketed worldwide under JAB ANSTOETZ license. Its Cradle-to-Cradle® certified design guaranties the quality of the materials and that the product can be tra2nsformed – without waste and without loss. Recycling is good, however Upcycling is even better!
Everything oversized is back for Paris Déco Off 2020. Even more gigantic, even more surprising, don’t miss this Right and Left Bank event.
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