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Maison&Objet 2024 – the best of

The world of home décor gathered in the French capital to mark the new paths of the most “à la page” style, celebrating (also) an important anniversary, with record numbers and charming designs.

This year, Maison&Objet celebrated its first 30 years. A special milestone for the French fair that has just ended in Paris, in the exhibition space of Paris-Nord Villepinte. It’s one of the most anticipated events for furniture lovers and, of course, for buyers, journalists, architects, and designers in search of new trends. It has always been one of the most important events for the furniture universe and for the entire creative world revolving around home décor.

The2024 edition was a true international stage that saw, compared to the past, many more emerging brands and studios – truly interesting – with 2525 exhibitors from all over the world, including 600 new entries, divided into 7 exhibition halls and 170 presentations distributed throughout the city. With a large influx of visitors, the event marked a pronounced return of decorative arts, marking the recognized cornerstones of contemporary style: respect for the environment and craftsmanship. Here is our best of.


Refined details, quilting stitches, and a timeless aesthetic: it’s the Samet sofa by Gervasoni, designed by Federica Biasi. A furnishing complement that allows for different configurations, playing with shapes and volumes, available in two different variants.

Samet Collection by Gervasoni –
Blue Samet sofa


Classic tradition and contemporary design for the new collections by Mario Luca Giusti, designed for a modern and colorful table. An example is the Butler tray line, in synthetic crystal with a marble effect, created in two different sizes and various colors.

Butler tray from the Butler line by Mario Luca Giusti –
Butler trays


A project focused on the quality of materials and the uniqueness of craftsmanship is what distinguishes the Croatian company Milla&Milli, which presented the Edge collection at M&O. Composed of a bench, table, and bookcase in solid oak wood, it has a sculptural and refined design.

Edge Collection by Milla&Milli –
Black wooden bench, table, and bookcase


The Milanese company kdln, specialized in lighting projects, presented the Kate ceiling lamp. With a diameter of 90 cm and an inclined architectural shape of 15°, it has a painted aluminum structure and a polyethylene diffuser.

Kate Lamp by kdln –
Kate ceiling lamp


Designed for the hotel and contract world, the new Lawrence luggage rack presented by Toscanini. Practical, foldable, and also available in the XL version, it is made of beech wood available in natural, wenge, and Canaletto walnut finishes, embellished with leather details.

Lawrence luggage rack by Toscanini –
Single black wooden luggage rack


Colorful, fun, with original and unique shapes: these are the rugs by the French brand Tapicheri, all handmade using only the best New Zealand yarns. With the motto “you make me tapi“, in addition to ready-to-deliver products, it also offers custom-made projects, to be customized as desired.

Tapicheri rug –
Colorful multiform rug


Many novelties proposed by the French group Fermob: from multifunctional outdoor furnishings, also beautiful for indoor use like the Piccolino shelf, to lighting projects in various sizes. One stands out: the Ulli lamp, small, versatile, to be used wherever and whenever you want with USB recharge.

Lamps from the Ulli collection by Fermob –
USB rechargeable lamps


The MY CHINA! dinnerware set – first introduced 20 years ago by the brand SIEGER by FÜRSTENBERG – is now enriched with a new decoration called Paraíso Blu. Tropical plants and exotic animals decorate the 35-piece set, handmade in porcelain and dishwasher safe.

MY CHINA! Service with new Paraíso Blu decoration by SIEGER by FÜRSTENBERG –
Decorated My China plate


Since its foundation in 1888, the textile company Le Jacquard Français produces only in France, in its factory in Gérardmer. Specializing in home fabrics, from table to bedroom, it offers refined and sought-after collections, with the most diverse patterns and designs.

Bed textiles from the Boheme line by Le Jacquard Français –
Bed textiles


In the stand designed by Chiara Andreatti, the Potocco group proposed some interesting product novelties. In addition to the Jade armchair and the two new versions of the Minima chair, the Cut family was also expanded with outdoor seating. Available in leather and fabric for interiors and woven for exteriors, the line is characterized by a contemporary and elegant design.

Chairs from the Cut line by Potocco –
Cut chairs by Potocco


Born from a dream of three young Turks Bilge, Sibel, and Saime, the Kapka brand has conquered the most fashionable tables and shops worldwide in just a few years. In addition to range extensions of their enamel collections made by hand, following an ancient Turkish artisan tradition, in Paris, they also proposed porcelain tableware with ironic and fun hyper-colored designs, like the Mind-Pop line.

Plates and complements from the Mind-Pop line by Kapka –
Mind-Pop tableware


The tableware collections of the Jars brand are made in France, in Anneyron in the south of the country. They have soft colors, more classic shapes, and a refined materiality in the ceramic processing. As in the new Garrigue line, composed of 27 elements declined with delicate palettes for an informal but refined table.

Plates from the Garrigue collection by Jars –
Garrigue plates


The collections of the small Des Reves brand aim to invite to recover and appreciate the slow rhythms of handmade ceramic craftsmanship, made in the Desvres ceramic district in northern France. For the table, it presented the Décor Rouen line, with delicate blue designs on a white background reinterpreting the motifs of an ancient ceramic collection preserved in the local museum.

Tableware collection Décor Rouen by Des Reves –
Des Reves decor


The Laurence Brabant – Alain Villechange workshop, active since 2000, shapes glass by creating unique and precious pieces year after year, playing with the shapes and reflections of this versatile material. In addition to collaborating with major brands, such as Diptyque, Cristal Saint Louis, and Baccarat, it also signs its own collections for the table and home, like this line of Rigoles vases.

Vases from the Rigoles line by Laurence Brabant – Alain Villechange –
Rigoles vases


The elegance and culture of a unique city in the world like Venice have always inspired the Jesurum group, which for 150 years has been synonymous with textile collections embellished with refined hand-made embroideries in Italy. Over the years, the range of lines has been expanded, from beds to tables to the world for children, also offering a personalized bespoke service for hotels and private clients who love to live in beauty.

Bora Bora bed line by Jesurum –
Jesurum bed linen


Style, elegance, and skilled tailoring are the values ​​that have accompanied the Biancoperla group for half a century in the production of fabrics for the home and table. Among the novelties presented at M&O, new models dedicated to the Hotellerie line in precious cotton percale and a table collection in pure linen in different weights.

New table collection and new models dedicated to the Hotellerie line by Biancoperla –
Elegant Biancoperla home and table fabrics

On the cover, one of the pavilions of M&O – photo Anne-Emmanuelle Thion.

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