Presenting for the first time, Paris Déco Home 2020, an event that’s destined to prestigious representatives, as well as top of the range of furniture, lighting, tapes, house tongue, and decoration accessories. It will also showcase a supply of textiles, coatings murals, murals, and passementerie. Partnering with Paris Déco Off, this event makes its debut from January 16-20th, taking place at the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th arrondissements. Join Paris Design Agenda and find out everything about this event!
Happening simultaneously along with Paris Déco Off 2020, Paris Déco Home 2020 presents its first edition from January 16-20th. This event is open to every professional in the design sector and the general public, displaying the latest trends in furniture, lighting, tapes, house tongue and decoration accessories, textiles, coatings murals, murals, and passementerie. This event presents the perfect opportunity to get an exclusive peek at these unique exhibitions, so scroll down to find out the top exhibitors of this event:
With the most amazing concept based on Italian craftsmanship, the prestigious worldwide Milanese design firm, DimoreMilano, stands on a quite important reputation. This firm has products expanded in every corner of the globe, from brownstones in Brooklyn to townhouses in London and villas in Switzerland and Italy.
Since 2002 that Sarah Lavoine has delivered the most transformed settings! From private homes to public spaces, she beautifully plays with space, light, and color. Her signature style also incorporates a mix of styles and origins, elegance and comfort, embodying the cosmopolitan Parisian spirit. At this event, she will share her universe, bathed in pure, whole, bright, luminous, playful colors with thought-provoking names.
Frédérique Lepers, artistic director of the Maison Serge Lesage, has created refined and vibrant creations for this new 2019/2020 Autumn/Winter collection. Bold yet sensible, as cheeky as it is unique, this collection plays on graphic influences and chromatic nuances to awaken the materials and shapes of the compositions, bringing a true sense of character to interiors. Each carpet created by the company meets the demand for high quality and manufacture.
The illustrator Estele Rebottaro has designed the follow up to the Sologne collection already available from Gien, but this time using small wild animals. A set with four dessert and canapé plates completes the collection: fawns, young hares, baby bears and kits and joined by pheasants, deer, foxes, and wild pigs. Through this collection, animal art expert Estelle Rebottaro unveils her original watercolors and signature stroke of the pencil. See you at Paris Déco Home 2020!