Maison & Objet is among the most directional décor trade shows in Europe, if not the world. That's why The Trend Curve team heads to Paris twice yearly, and why you need to know about the colors, materials and designs that made news at this month's edition of the fair.
Here is a sample from our trend report, which was just released yesterday:
- Blues took a giant leap forward, from denim-inspired types to emerging cyan
- Greens had a lot of exposure, including a surprising new mid-tone hue
- Orange showed signs of preparing for another trend run
MATERIALS AND TEXTURES
- Velvet was key, yet change was in the air
- Mirror continued, updated with 3-D effects and color
- Reemerging embroidery and appliqués spoke to a budding maximalism trend
MOTIFS AND THEMES
- Abstract geometry impacted form and pattern
- Digitally printed florals amped up their presence
- Portuguese and Italian tile designs emerged
This is just a taste of the many trends revealed at Maison & Objet. Get all the must-know details from the September 2016 show when you download our complete trend report. It includes easy-to-read bullet-point details about color, material and motif trends, plus over 140 images to show you what really mattered in Paris.
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