Thursday, September 13, 2012

Paris Show..Maisons et Objets


For the past 15 plus years, I have been attending the Maisons et Objets Shows, held outside of Paris, Villepinte.The huge show is made up of very distincts categories, Ethnic, Now for contemporary design, Deco, Accessories and the most exclusive: Scenes d'Interieurs. During my first years, I bought exclusively from   Scenes D'Interieurs where all high end furniture, lighting and accessories vendors would show their latest collections . A great deal of efforts is put into designing the various booths. One of the plus of being a repeat buyer at the shows is to be a "Club member". The Club is a wonderful concept where we are pampered all throughout the show with coffee, drinks, snacks, hors d'oeuvres, great concierge service, free and direct entry, and a place to unwind, hold meetings, leave luggage etc.. This year, the Club and Scenes d'Interieurs were designed by the fabulously talented Paola Navone . 



I loved the design of the Club...one can enjoy a respite from the crowd and read the latest international magazines, review orders, meet etc..





Next, I will share my favorites and purchases...

A Bientôt,

francine


7 comments:

  1. Lovely- thanks for sharing! I plan on attending in January for the first time, but I will not be seeing this! Is the show different in the Winter Francine?

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  2. I envy you your visit to M&O. Loved my own visits when I lived a bit closer to Paris!

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  3. wow
    i have always wanted to go.
    i will sometime....

    keep the images coming!
    xox

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  5. I hope St Topez has been wonderful Francine... I loved meeting up in Paris... it was so great to catch up again... Speak soon... xv

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  6. I remember to have stand in front of those letters Scenes d'interieur and I loved the blues and the cord around them ;) Designed by Paola as well I guess ;)

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