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Our Top Picks From Paris Design Week 2023

Paris Design Week, the must-attend event for design professionals and enthusiasts around the world, returned to the French capital for its 2023 edition. Organized by Maison & Objet, the 10-day ran from 7 to 16 September, offering a journey filled with the latest trends in interior design and lifestyle. 

The event typically sets the tone for the industry for the seasons to come, presenting the latest innovations and trends to leave a mark in the world of design. Leading the way, top brands bring their best and we can’t wait to share some of our top picks with you…

Bordallo Pinheiro brings a touch of nature to Maison&Objet

The great novelties that the brand will present at Maison&Objet will be The Meaning collections and the new collection of Bordallo Pinheiro glasses Carmen, a new feature to the brand full of freshness, irreverence and an invitation to a cocktail.

The tableware collection Cloudy Butterflies, by Claudia Schiffer, takes inspiration from mother nature, in continuation of the naturalistic work of master Raphael, highlighting the detail of the manufacture’s work and the rigorous interpretation of the natural world.

Cloudy Butterflies

In addition to these novelties, visitors will also be able to see collections such as Tropical Fruits, Flora, Punk, a vast collection of Sardines, Cabbage, Cabbage with Lobsters, Panel Plate, among others.

Bordallo’s pieces are known for their bright colours, reliefs and naturalistic decorations, which make them unique and desired all over the world. These original characteristics can only be obtained with the strong involvement of artisans and through their savoir-faire, which has been accumulated over generations. Due to this meticulous manual work, from modelling to ornamentation and from painting to finishing, each piece is unique.

Christian Lacroix Maison


This collection is an invitation to travel. From Africa to Florida, from the Amazon to Sicily, via Mexico and Rajasthan, each region evokes a sense of escape and a unique sensory experience.

Through cushions, throws, and rugs, Creative Director Sacha Walckhoff has imagined an extravagant kaleidoscope of colours, shapes and shimmering materials to which only Christian Lacroix holds the secret.

While evoking a multitude of diverse stories, this collection asserts its fantasy, its singularity and its eclecticism, which have been the very essence of Maison Lacroix for over three decades.

Since 2010, the iconic universe of Christian Lacroix Maison has been celebrating an Art de Vivre imbued with creativity and freedom.

Under the creative direction of Sacha Walckhoff and produced in collaboration with prestigious brands and manufacturers, the furnishing fabrics, wallpapers, decorative accessories, and tableware collections come in a variety of materials and techniques.

Christian Lacroix Maison’s contemporary and dreamlike creations bring the imaginary and the unexpected to any interior.


The Le Berre Vevaud agency unveils a range of nomadic objects with resolutely modern and timeless Art Deco lines. Candlesticks, vases, trinket dishes, ashtrays, and bookends all feature sleek graphic curves. Interior designers Raphaël Le Berre and Thomas Vevaud honour raw, natural materials with this functional and decorative collection that reflects their discerning style. 

Made in collaboration with the Marbreries de la Seine, artisanal savoir-faire lies at the heart of the creations. They highlight the beauty of the material; the nobility of Emperador marble combines with the softness of travertine to create pieces of remarkable finesse. 

The three-branched candelabra features Le Berre Vevaud iconic signature sphere at its centre, while the bookends stand out for their sculptural forms. 

The elegantly sober trinket dish rests on a criss-cross base; its minimalist design adds style to even the simplest of hallways. 

Inspired by the neoclassical period, the three vases are a striking addition to any interior, with pure lines and light tones. Two of them are fluted resembling Greek colonnades – the first on the base and the second on the sides. Finally, travertine and Emperador marble work in perfect harmony on the third model, contrasting the lightness of the former and the brown hue of the latter

M éditions.

The Antre collection

For her first furniture collection, Romy Lesniowski was given carte blanche by Jean-Pascal Morvidoni, founder of M éditions.

The Antre collection makes unequivocal reference to the natural cave, but also to this silent place, as the young interior designer wanted her creations to be imbued with a sense of tranquility conducive to sharing and exchange. The curved shapes reinforce this intention, as does the functionality of the furniture designed. 

The ensemble comprises of a table lamp, a console, trundle tables, a coffee table and a dining table – available in 2 and 3 different sizes respectively. While all the pieces are made from travertine, some are also combined with American walnut.

Signet Ringstool

Success over the years has turned the Signet Ringstool from Softicated into a collection in its own right, expanding this autumn with the addition of three new colours: beige, bleu canard, and aubergine.

These new additions join the wide range of colours already on offer: immaculate white, turquoise blue, blush pink, deep green, scarlet red, gold, navy blue, and more. This now iconic piece offers to add personality to any setting.

Cyril Rumpler, founder of Softicated, will also be showcasing its three lighting collections –Flying Fish, Head in Starsand Silhouette– all featuring designs that are rendered even more sculptural using materials such as marble, sandblasted glass, ceramic and aluminium.

We’re excited to keep an eye toward Paris and discover even more great finds during this year’s Paris Design Week. 

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