Purple and Grey: The dominant palette at Maison & Objet as well as other major home decor shows this year. ThisWilliam Yeoward pillow is just all-around fabulous.
Le Jacquard Français didn’t have too far to travel, yet they still jumped on the global purple and grey trend, as shown here in their Jacquard woven linens.
This woven blanket, with its stylish combination of color and texture, by Zoeppritz won a Maison & Objet best-in-show award.
Chalet Chic: Seen everywhere, this trend may have been started by Diamantini & Domeniconi cuckoo clock. It was wild success in last year’s introductions.
Fur mixed with preppy plaids couldn’t be more Aspen. And the Country Corner stag pillow in the backgrouns is one of the many examples of deer, elk, and bear motifs featured at the show.
These Katherine Leuze throws, pillows, and slippers are soft and fuzzy—but distinctly wild
Exposed wood conjures up visions of the mountains. Friedemann Beuhler’s bowl is pure but regal.
Japanese Reign: Asian inspiration has always been a dominant force in contemporary design, but this year it literally overwhelmed all other trends. The Hanori bed for Gabel is in a traditional cherry blossom print, but in red is no longer as sweet and subtle.
Birds, bamboo and cherry blossoms were a common theme a the show. Here, Alberto Pinto’s delicate hand-painted designs in a soft turquoise are a new take on these motifs. Pinto has always embraced Orientalism in his designs—he has even written a book on the topic.
This stunning enlarged black cherry blossom print was designed by the London firm, Innermost.
These red vases in floral honeycomb pattern by Asian Tide strongly embody the Asian influence felt thoughout the show.
Natural Glitz: This season, nature got dressy. Florals were decked in bronze, platinum, and gold. Alex Davis Design immortalized the houseplant with his metallic palms, cacti, and aloe vera. With their long stems, they can live beautifully in floor vases.
More of Alex Davis Davis’s metallic houseplants displayed in equally glitzy pots.
These Golden Timber dishes by Bodo Sperlein embrace the tree in its simplest form, but do so with shimmering color.Gilded tree rings in concentric circles are a stylish highlight on this salad plate, while the charger’s tighter lines give it a faux bois effect.