Discovering the Latest Design Trends in Paris: Déco Off & Maison et Objet
24 Jan 2019

This year showrooms in central Paris were opened both to interior designers and to the public, creating a pleasant opportunity to get out from the exhibition buildings and have an inspiring, full immersion into the design novelties.


On January 17th O&A London started to celebrate the Paris design fest with the introduction of CALEDONIA, our textile and wallpapers collection inspired by Scotland.

Our designers Oleg Klodt and Anna Agapova with President of Holland & Sherry Bryan Dicker were happy to greet the genuine connoisseurs of design in a Scottish pub in central Paris. The atmosphere was fantastic, and we were delighted to share our inspiration with colleagues from all over the world.


This year the Déco Off had celebrated its 10th anniversary.

A step inside each Parisian showroom was full of excitement. The colours, patterns and textures introduced at the event will influence the year’s interior-design trends and end up in homes across the world.

O&A London interior design team visited all the luxury textile boutiques in Saint-Germain-des-Prés and were inspired by new collections launches in showrooms of James Hare, Misia, Galeria Eberwein, Maison Pouenat and others.


The most significant discovery of this trip was sculptor, designer and scenographer Hubert le Gall. His artworks are presented in Parisienne Galerie Avant-Scène.

The artist perfectly uses an incredible sense of humour to transform the design world. His subtle approach and illusion game gives a new meaning to furniture and decorative arts.


This year the Maison et Objet exhibition changed its format, separating the show into two distinct categories: home interior and objects.

Over 600 new brands on the show. Here are our highlights of Black Tie, Nomon, Frato, Bert Frank, Hudson Valley, Ana Roque and other brands.

Finally, it is a time to breathe out and reflect all seen beauty that gives us inspiration and energy to work for months ahead.


Photo: Anna Klepikova

Text: Alla Yaskovets