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Décor Mar 12, 2024

Paris Design Week

From new interpretations of the classic tiger stripe to gaming-inspired interiors, here are all the highlights from Paris Design Week 2024 for those who’ve missed the annual fabric-, wallpaper-, lighting and furniture-focused show in the French capital.


The Italian designs house launched Contemporary Archives, an eclectic collection that incorporates classical and contemporary design styles, at the show. This includes three eye-catching new interpretations of Dedar’s woven jacquard tiger’s skin. Dedar describes the new collection as a “journey” explaining that “the road winds its way through the immortal tiger skin and soft enigmatic labyrinths.”

Tiger Mountain

Loro Piana

The company displayed a series of new products focused on personalisation in the bedroom, bathroom, the table and the bath. This includes a range of bedding and table linen that can be customised with embroidery, openwork and contrasting edging.

Suitcase Table Runner

Liaigre x Costes

Studio Liaigre showcased a capsule collection of five iconic pieces, originally designed by Christian Liaigre for the five-star Hotel Costes. This includes an armchair and lighting designs in classic neutrals.

The Socialite Family

The company curated a bespoke set-up in a vacant, wood-panelled Parisianne apartment. Titled La Scopa, they filled the classic space with contemporary, colourful furniture, homeware and artwork inspired by the theme of gaming.


The team from Tolix completed the Patio collection in 2023 after the death of Pauline Deltour who first started work on the range inspired by the iconic Tolix chair by Xavier Pauchard. Now complete, the full Patio collection was on display during Paris Design Week 2024 for the first time.

Little Greene

The studio launched its fourth instalment of wallpapers designed in collaboration with The National Trust. The National Trust Papers IV collection includes a range of lovely reimagined botanical prints in fresh colourways.


The fabric house inveiled “Gardens” during the show – a collection of literal and abstract botanical-inspired designs in sherbet hues – inspired by what Rubelli refers to as “one of the most archetypal, era-spawning themes of textiles: the botanical theme”.


The luxury fashion house launched a new collection of tableware during Paris Design Week. Pieces feature designs inspired by equestrian braiding in “tangy” colours such as lemon, mint and petrol blue.



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