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Maison et Objet 2018: Selection by Geraldine TanWednesday 6 December 2017
Maison et Objet 2018: Selection by Geraldine Tan – The biggest European event for professionals working in the art of living is almost here. To enhance next year’s exhibition, Maison et Objet 2018 team has chosen a few designers, bloggers and experts to dictate their previsions of the event and highlight their favourite pieces you can’t miss out. Today, CovetED focus’ shines on Geraldine Tan, the editor of Little Big Bell, a London based award-winning interior and lifestyle blog.
Geraldine Tan is the editor of Little Big Bell, a London based award-winning interior and lifestyle blog. She has been featured extensively in the press and most recently voted as the top 5 UK Instagram accounts to follow in the Evening Standard. Little Big Bell is all about spotting trends, curating new design finds and translating these into the everyday home. With her signature style of all things bright and colourful, Geraldine has worked extensively with high profile companies on styling, photography and content creation projects. She has collaborated with a wide portfolio of brands, ranging from Farrow and Ball, Pantone, Marks and Spencers and Alessi, to L’Oreal, MINI, American Express, Samsung, Kate Spade New York and much more. Discover some of the pieces she selected as her favourites for Maison et Objet 2018.
Essential Home Sophia Bed is a mid-century styled panel bed, with bonded velvet on the headboard and footboard, expertly stitched from the top to the bottom and accented with tufted brass buttons on both sides. It features square legs made of polished brass, which turns this bed into an inspiring design retro-furniture piece. Geraldine chose the blue velvet version of the amazing bed for her selection.
A piece by Maison Dada, the Rose Sélavy name hails from the fictional character created by French artist and Dadaist Marcel Duchamp. With dainty lines and a subtle colour combination of soft pastels and pink-brushed metal, Rose Sélavy is an ode to femininity. The tabletop features a very fine box where one can store their jewellery, as well as two mirrors (a round and extra-large one at the centre, and a smaller one that can be detached from the table and used as a hand mirror).
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In the design of the Universo Positivo Cloud Desk, Hertel & Klarhoefer’s intention was to create a simple but beautiful desk with something special which made the difference. The metal clouds store and display one’s personal items in an elegant way. Its appearance combines feminine looks and functional design.
The designer also included the Gallery 910 St. Ouen, the OYOY Living Design A Piece of Cake Mattress and the Signature Banquette Vanina in her selection. From 19 to 23 January, Maison et Objet 2018 will display these and many more incredible pieces. Don’t miss out the opportunity!
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