Maison et Objet: our 10 favorite scenographies identified at the show

Maison et Objet: our 10 favorite scenographies identified at the show

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For its first edition in 2015, the Maison et Objet trade fair spoiled us for scenography. From the bedroom to the living room, including the bathroom and the balcony, we were full of inspiration in each room of the house. Discover without further delay our 10 favorite atmospheres.

A practical office area by Hübsch

If the blond wooden desk caught our eye, it is especially the multitude of storage installed in the room that caught our attention. Baskets placed on the floor or fixed to the wall, storage lockers, original shelves, here is an office as practical as it is elegant.

An ethnic veranda by Affari AB

We love this furniture and accessories that we imagine perfectly in a veranda that needs a change of scenery. With their oriental inspirations and their ethnic motifs, we are invited to Africa barely installed.

A country master bedroom by Taller de las Indias

To give your bedroom all the elegance of the country style, here is a beautiful illustration of the elements you need: an imposing wooden chest of drawers, old fabric cushions, baskets and club armchairs ... you can't go wrong!

A designer bathroom by Menu

Lovers of designer interiors, here is a bathroom that should not leave you indifferent! Between its ultra contemporary towel dry scale, its original furniture and its sleek pots, it makes us dream! And you ?

A garden that travels by La Chaise Longue

Between the jungle style and the ethnic inspiration, this ideal furniture in the garden, definitely makes us travel well. It feels like already on vacation!

A Scandinavian-inspired dining room by Lifestyle

Difficult not to be charmed by this dining room where pastel colors have come together. With its 100% Scandinavian inspiration, this table and all its accessories are urgently needed in fine weather.

A Zen balcony by Broste Copenhagen

Want to lounge on your balcony while maintaining a touch of privacy? Bet on this pretty braided sunlounger that is hidden with an openwork screen designed entirely in wood. The plus: add a few cushions and lanterns for a successful decor.

A poetic children's room by Bloomingville

Pastel accessories, blond wood and beautiful illustrations, it was enough to make us fall for this nursery signed Bloomingville!

Retro cuisine by Antic Line

We fell in love with this kitchen with a resolutely retro look and full of good humor thanks to the bright colors used here and there. Large wooden letters, vintage pendant lights, chairs with an industrial look, here are all the ingredients to steal to recreate this atmosphere at home.