DOMO is still blown away at the bold and luxurious showings at the 2020 Maison & Objet Fair in Paris this January. As one of the most notable events in the interior design calendar, Maison & Objet, is known for forecasting the next big trends in colour and design.
Take a look at the rising trends, colours and designs we discovered from Maison & Objet in Paris this year.
Natural materials never really go out of style and considering the current environmental concerns both nationally and globally, there is much emphasis on sustainable principles and development.
Soft accessories made out of natural materials and ceramics were plentiful at Maison & Objet – with a highlight being the AS’ART stand of handcrafted products from African countries.
The Pantone Colour of The Year was a key focus for many brands at this year’s fair. Typically considered a simple colour, the rich and dark shade of blue was anything but simple in the versatility of its uses at Maison & Objet.
The Ploum Sofa from our very own Ligne Roset was presented in the timeless blue colourway, producing a grounding aura of confidence and positivity into the surrounding space.
Variances of green hues made a resurgence at Maison & Objet. Often associated as the colour of life, growth, harmony, calmness and ambition, green is a natural choice in interior design.
Kun Design – who made their debut at this year’s fair – presented a myriad of textural and tonal greens for their latest collection of furniture and accessories. Inspired by nature and life, the new collection embraces creative unity and warmth in modernity.
Pink – the colour of love, femininity, warmth and comfort – continues to be a key colour trend for interiors as shown at Maison & Objet. Peachy soft pinks were plentiful, as anticipated due to the successful reception of Pantone’s 2019 Colour of the Year – Living Coral.
Both Kun Design and Ligne Roset showed their softer side with pleasant pinks that enliven and energise.
We look forward to seeing more of this season’s trends in our DOMO showrooms across New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia and Victoria.