Maison & Objet 2023: the editor’s favourites

The Maison & Objet show made its return last week, until yesterday at the Villepinte exhibition center. During 5 days, professionals and decoration lovers could browse the aisles to discover the latest home, decoration and interior design trends. Your magazine Luxus Plus has put together a selection of favorites for you to discover right now.


At the Maison & Objet show, the must-have decorations are on display. From sofas to tableware, rugs and lighting, there is something for everyone.


On the living room side


This sofa, signed Pedrali blue all in curves, is modular. Ideal for large spaces and to bring a touch of color to a living room or another room a little dull. Price upon request.



What better way to add a touch of elegance to your home than with a large, sleek sofa that can accommodate several people at once. This other sofa is made locally and artisanally, for a reduction of CO2 emissions and a lower environmental impact. Created by the Spanish manufacturer Kave Home, it is offered at a price of 2,711 euros.


Sollen is surfing on the trend of immaculate white furniture in the shape of a cloud with its new creation: an armchair with a footrest, both with a wooden structure. The set starts at 4,530 euros, depending on the wood chosen.


These three small marble version tables are ultra trendy and in the air of time. White, black and green, they blend perfectly and give a rather original and refined look to your interior. They are designed in lacquered wood, Bronzoro finish with three marble tops. Their price is over 7,800 euros.


The art of the table, or how to receive well


This season, pastel colors are already part of the decoration trends. This collection of matching cups and plates will be ideal for tea on the terrace, once the heat returns. The larger ones are priced at 17.95 euros and the smaller ones are 2 euros cheaper.



For a touch of acidity, discover the collection of tableware from the brand Miss Étoile. Between tea set and girly tableware, all the it girls of the moment will snatch them and will not fail to share colorful photos on their Instagram feed. Mugs, coffee cups, cutlery, fruit basket or even carafe, there is something for everyone.




What could be better than a beautiful tea set to receive your guests in a proper way during a tea party? The new collection designed by Kinta is composed of clay cups with a ginkgo leaf print. Available in several colors, they feature a slight gradient, with a unique look on each piece.


Lighting fixtures that will make your eyes and interiors shine


Maison Dar Dar once again presents its offbeat creations, inspired by the culinary world. These hand-blown recycled glass cluster lamps are to be hung or threaded. Inspired by the Venetian culture, these colorful lights, painted and dyed in the mass, are available in six different sizes.



Adjao Maison offers a unique driftwood piece with a steel base and a handmade, 100% pure linen or pure wool shade signed by weaver Arpin. Named L’arbre lumière, it is made from a tree trunk, as if nature was inviting itself into your home. In general, all materials are natural and used in respect of the environment. This lamp will bring a decoration of character with an artistic dimension. Each model is unique with variable sizes.



This time not a floor lamp, but a multi-light suspension, as light as original. Imagined by the designer Omer Arbel, from the 76 series, this suspension is the result of a specific process. A void is introduced in a stratum composed of transparent white glass with a copper lattice integrated in the center. It is placed in a random configuration of 3 to 7 pendants suspended from a round canopy.




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