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What’s New at Maison & Objet Paris 2018?

Looking for something new? Maison & Objet’s “What’s New?” spaces present the season’s most remarkable new products organised by theme, items that stand out from the crowd because they are innovative, or because of the materials and know-how used to make them. There’s no better place to get an idea of the wealth of what’s on offer at the trade show.


Discover the WHAT'S NEW? spaces at #MO18! Designed by three renowned trendsetters, the spaces bring together the most noteworthy products of the season so you can enjoy all of the exciting new trends the fair has to offer! http://bit.ly/2PCL4Hl© Pascal Nottoli

Posted by Maison & Objet on Saturday, 8 September 2018



“Share”, Elizabeth Leriche’s “What’s New?” space presents her selection of remarkable new tableware. The trend hunter has chosen to present the theme of sharing across 4 complementary atmospheres.

  • Evergreen, is a natural theme, a gentle and fresh range made from fine natural materials that instill a locavore-friendly, no waste, vegan vibe.
  • Summer Mix, is an ethnic theme showcasing untouched natural materials and a new take on Mediterranean cuisine in a bright, sunny, mix & match atmosphere.
  • Sweet Heritage, is a breath of classical elegance revisited with a precious feel that features glassware, porcelain and a touch of gold.
  • And finally, Comme un chef is the place to find must-have professional cooking utensils.


Experience Objet Pole! A new "M&O à la carte" for all of your needs and to help make your visit easier. https://bit.ly/2tL6tV5 #MO18© Pascal Nottoli

Posted by Maison & Objet on Saturday, 8 September 2018


Small furnishings are unequalled when it comes to setting the tone of an interior… As François Delclaux brilliantly proves once again in “Décor“, his “What’s New?” space in Hall 3. His illustration is divided into 4 moods, each presenting a radically different atmosphere in 4 Russian doll-like spaces placed one inside the other. Come and discover artisanal objects, vases, mirrors and other new items in the styles, materials and colours that are proper to each mood.

  • DARK features dark colours and a precious, ornamental feel,
  • RAW is beautiful, rustic and all about craftsmanship,
  • BRIGHT is a colourful vibration of red and green,
  • and finally LIGHT is bright and minimal…. And each one is definitely worth the detour!


François Bernard presents an inspirational exploration of the leisure and cultural sectors.
After carefully selecting the most remarkable new stationery, gifts, children’s products and accessories, the founder of Croisements has chosen to present them in a giant 150 m2 “box”.

Its 6 distinct spaces provide 6 keys to facilitate your voyage of discovery:

  • the author’s hideaway (to write),
  • the collector’s airy bookshelves (to collect),
  • the technological grandstand (to entertain),
  • the poetical flower tables (to grow),
  • the travellers’ display tables (to travel)
  • and finally the irresistible wall of games (to play).

“Care” brings a promise of wellness and the chance to recharge your batteries. The trend expert trio, Elizabeth Leriche, François Bernard and François Delclaux, imagined a reassuring and protective décor for Hall 4’s WHAT’S NEW? space, which showcases new products designed with well-being in mind.

Featuring astonishing soft toys, totally desirable jewellery, unique candles and sustainable bed linen, “Care” is a place where you too can relax whilst discovering the latest trends.

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