During January, Paris hosts two of the most prestigious lifestyle and design events in the world: Maison et Objet and Paris Deco Off. While Paris Design Agenda has already mentioned a few features that will be showcased at M&O, we have yet to speak about the latter. The world of decoration will get new layers with the 10th edition of Paris Deco Off which will occur from 17-21 January where design lovers and professionals can discover the finest interior design solutions courtesy of some of the world’s best brands.
Acting as a “rendezvous” between international interior designers and decoration editors, the event invites everyone eager to know the latest and best designs, to a festive environment through the streets of Paris and onto the most stylish and innovative showrooms. Paris Deco Off allows one to find out the most outstanding fabric collections, home accessories and furniture designs.
This year, design aficionados can expect to see the brilliant work of more than one hundred luxury brands, so let’s take a look at some of the best design showrooms one ought to visit.
Inspired by the world’s heritage and cultures, Aldeco Interior Fabrics is a dynamic and creative Portuguese brand specialised in high-end interior fabrics. Their stunning collections are a result of the passion devoted by their Design Department, combined with innovation and in tune with the latest fashion and design trends. Aldeco’s concept is represented by their high-end fabrics with the best quality, elegance and functionality.
⇒ Address: Showroom Aldeco, 23 rue du Mail – 75002 Paris
Casamance’s contemporary designs, exquisite colours and variety of materials create an easily recognisable signature style. Their signature style is featured by the visually stunning Casamance wallpaper collections that are nourished by many inspirations and each wallpaper design, texture and colour are the basis for a beautiful journey.
⇒ Address: 13 Rue du Mail, 75002 Paris, France
Cole & Son current collections reflect their long and distinguished history as well as their continuing passion for new and exciting wallpapers.
⇒ Address: Galerie Rauchfeld, 22 rue de Seine – 75006 Paris
Designers Guild is an international home and lifestyle company jointly owned by Tricia Guild, founder and Creative Director, and her brother Simon Jeffreys, Chief Executive. There are Designers Guild showrooms in London, Paris, Munich and New York with further Designers Guild areas in over 60 showrooms across the world including all of Europe to New York City, Los Angeles, Tokyo and Sydney.
⇒ Address: 4 Rue Vide Gousset – 75002 Paris
Élitis is a French author and editor of cutting-edge interior design products: wallpapers, wallcoverings, fabrics, accessories and furniture.
⇒ Address: 35 rue de Bellechasse – 75007 Paris
Gastón y Daniela is more than a brand. They are a line of high-end quality decoration textiles, thanks to their spirit, that has been around since the first shop was established in 1876. First and foremost, they remain open to the new aesthetic trends and harmonising of the use of innovative technologies all whilst sticking to the basics of our historical archive.
⇒ Aborigène, 46 rue de Seine – 75006 Paris
Hermès is a French high fashion luxury goods manufacturer established in 1837, today specialising in leather, lifestyle accessories, home furnishings, perfumery, jewellery, watches and ready-to-wear. Hermes is no stranger to expansion.
⇒ Address: 20 rue Bonaparte – 75006 Paris
Created in 1928 by his grandfather, Houlès is now managed with passion and enthusiasm by Philippe, its President: he’s the first ambassador of the modern and innovative artistic heritage of the company.
⇒ Address: 13 rue du Mail – 75002 Paris
Specialists in fine fabrics for Home Furnishings, Fashion and Bridalwear since 1865, James Hare is home to the very best in furnishing and fashion fabrics.
⇒ Address: Galerie Séverin Maly, 3 rue Jacques Callot – 75006 Paris
Kravet Inc., established in 1918, is the industry leader in the trade home furnishings industry. This fifth generation family business distributes fabrics, furniture, wall coverings, trimmings, carpets and accessories.
⇒ Address: 8 rue du Mail – 75002 Paris
Established in 1914 by Henri Lelièvre, Lelievre is a company which combines modernity with tradition. Their reputation has been built on specialised groups, such as plain, striped and patterned velvets, silks with designs either inherited from French history or with a contemporary inspiration, a complete range of flame-retardant fabrics sheers in many colourways, designs and compositions, and contemporary collections of textured fabrics created using modern weaving techniques.
⇒ Address: 13 rue du Mail – 75002 Paris
Pierre Frey is a French “Maison de luxe” – a luxury design house and an inspirational, family-owned business with a proud tradition which looks towards the future.
⇒ Address: 27 rue du Mail – 75002 Paris
Wrought iron craftsmen and creators of art, the Pouenat workshops combine excellence and rare expertise to offer upmarket services and creations.
⇒ Address: 22 bis passage Dauphine – 75006 Paris
Striking a balance between “timeless” and “modern,” Ralph Lauren creates collections that express a unique sense of personal style inspired by the rich visual imagery around him: the rustic beauty of the American West, the golden age of Hollywood glamour, the sleek innovation of automotive design or an authentic equestrian heritage.
⇒ Address: Showroom Designers Guild, 4 Rue Vide Gousset – 75002 Paris
The firm Rubelli, founded in 1858, produces hand-made fabrics using traditional techniques as well as highly sophisticated textiles.
⇒ Address: 11-13 rue de l’Abbaye – 75006 Paris
See HERE, the full list of participants of the 10th edition of Paris Deco Off. Remember this is a rendezvous you simply cannot miss!