Maison Objet Paris 2019 Theme: Excuse My French! By NellyRodi’s Vincent Grégoire
KOKET is delighted to be displaying its powerful pieces at the world famous Maison et Objet design fair once again this January! Maison Objet Paris 2019 will display the best of decoration, design, and lifestyle along with the newest interior design trends. At the center of these trends as noted by Vincent Gregoire of the NellyRodi forecasting agency in France. Lately, French successes, innovations, and people, including the World Cup victory; Balmain designer Olivier Rousteing; and first lady Brigitte Macron, have been making quite a bit of noise on the global scene, noise that Gregoire claims is making France more attractive to foreigners. Capitalizing on this curiosity from abroad Maison Objet Paris 2019 is introducing their ‘Excuse my French!’ theme.
Although ‘Excuse my French!’ may have a comical appearance to it, this theme takes a very serious note to the reasons behind this fascination in the French. Contributing to the public’s understanding of 2019 interior design trends, NellyRodi’s trend forum display set in Maison et Objet’s Hall 7, helps visitors from abroad discover new chic French designers and brands.
To encapsulate French success in the world of design the ‘Excuse My French!’ display consists of four sectors.
- Small manufacturers and producers, also known as
petites maisons. These innovators are redefining old design standards in order to create exclusive, unique, and desirable products.
- French tech.
Entrepreneur Xavier Niel called France the principal destination for technology in Europe, and in this section, you will find innovations from tech companies all over the nation.
- The cosmopolitan generation who have blended French chic with influences from other cultures and traditions.
- The daring French designers who are making their own style labeled as “Classic with a twist”. These designers create pieces that are creative but also controversial, fascinating but also frightening, and unique but also unheard of, all done as a result of the movement to find the next fad.
“No excuses needed. Vive le style français!”
Words by Dylan Fanico