Worldwide renowned for providing a unique experience in Design, check here the best highlights of this creative company during Maison et Objet 2018.
During the last few days, Maison et Objet Paris has started one more edition the world’s best design event. For this season, the Covet Group is offering to all trade show visitors a strong showcasing and, during the weekend, some of the luxury furniture brands that make up this Portuguese Group are present at this Maison edition presenting all of their best interior design trends and novelties for 2018. Therefore, Daily Design News presents the best highlights so you’re fully up-to-date on everything is happening at the trade show right now!
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BRABBU keeps on surprising the visitors in their amazing apartment at Maison et Objet this year. Every room of Brabbu’s stand was carefully designed to make you feel at home. As expected, the unique furniture brand is very much centered on the experience of the visitor and focused on creating sensorial experiences that engage everyone in all their senses.
⇒ See HERE a Virtual Tour of BRABU’s stand! ⇐
For this Maison et Objet edition, the mid-century modern furniture brand Essential Home is showcasing an improved and stunning catalog with a leather cover that fully represents the elegant and mid-century modern style of this luxury brand. The luxury furniture brand also brought to Paris this year some of their best pieces that were in a popular demand during the weekend — such the Dandridge Sofa, for instance!
⇒ See HERE a Virtual Tour of Essential Home’s stand! ⇐
Another Covet Group’s brand that’s having a great debut at the trade show is Preggo. This newcomer to this leading event has a very special stand where people can see the Preggo’s artisans producing amazing furniture pieces in real time.
⇒ See HERE a Virtual Tour of Preggo’s stand! ⇐
Are you looking for a more whimsical and creative brand this year? If so, you must visit the magical Circu’s stand. This kids luxury furniture brand is a great example ingenious stands, a place where a grown-up can feel just like a kid again. There, you can check magical furniture pieces, including the brand new Kings & Queens Castle that was one of the main highlights this weekend.
⇒ See HERE a Virtual Tour of Circu’s stand! ⇐
If lighting is your thing and mid-century modern is your style, then Delightfull is the brand that you must keep in your mind! This luxury lighting brand is located in Hall 7 – E45-F45, right next to its sister brand Essential Home‘s stand. Inspired by the iconic Mid-century Modern era, this set of unique lights will fit beautifully in any modern home décor. This unique brand comes to redefine what mid-century lighting is all about.
⇒ See HERE a Virtual Tour of DelightFULL’s stand! ⇐
Surrounded by haute craftsmanship and art, stunning design pieces like the Imperfectio Sofa are highlighted at L’Appartement D’Art especially designed by Boca do Lobo to this trade show edition. You can check them out at Hall 7 – Stand H2-I1.
⇒ See HERE a Virtual Tour of Boca do Lobo’s stand! ⇐
At this year’s Maison et Objet Paris, the Covet Group is represented by other brands such veterans Luxxu and Maison Valentina (you can take here a virtual); but also with the newcomers Rug Society and PullCast (you can take here a virtual tour).
Below, you can find an awesome video of
Covet Group Showroom in Paris!
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