If you’re attending the September edition of Maison et Objet 2019, then you’ve picked one of the best times to go on a little design tour through the city of Paris. As a matter of fact, nothing can be more amazing than taking this chance to go for a little walk into discovering some of the best showrooms that the city can provide. CovetED has picked seven bespoke spaces that will definitely inspire you in the “city of love”.
Inspired by the world’s heritage and cultures, Aldeco Interior Fabrics is a dynamic and creative Portuguese brand specialised in high-end interior fabrics. Their stunning collections are a result of their passion combined with innovation and in tune with the latest fashion and design trends. Aldeco’s concept is represented by their high-end fabrics with the best quality, elegance and functionality.
Where to visit: Address: Showroom Aldeco, 23 rue du Mail – 75002 Paris
Covet Paris is an innovative space, managed by DVB Déco. It provides every design lover with a large selection of many luxurious products, presented in many styles and shapes. Covet House is known for being able to create some bespoke and unique luxury decor to any interested client, without restringing you to a certain kind of style.
Where to visit: 154 Rue des Rosiers, 93400 Saint-Ouen, France
What kind of a list would we be if we didn’t include this particular showroom? Designers Guild is an international home and lifestyle company jointly owned by Tricia Guild, founder and Creative Director, and her brother Simon Jeffreys, Chief Executive. There are Designers Guild showrooms in London, Paris, Munich and New York. Inside the Parisian showroom, you will feel surrounded by an eclectic style, different ambiences, and a modern decoration. From wallpaper to lighting, you will find a wonderful selection of design pieces.
Where to visit: 4 Rue Vide Gousset – 75002 Paris
Élitis is a French author and editor of cutting-edge interior design products: wallpapers, wallcoverings, fabrics, accessories and furniture. If you stumble upon their showroom in Paris, you will be amazed by their new ephemeral scenography created by AD magazine’s designers with heavy inspiration from summer in Greece.
Where to visit: 35 rue de Bellechasse – 75007 Paris
Hermès is a French high fashion luxury goods manufacturer established in 1837, today specialising in leather, lifestyle accessories, home furnishings, perfumery, jewellery, watches and ready-to-wear. Hermes is no stranger to expansion seen as this incredible brand has definitely managed to establish a solid presence on the global market.
Where to visit: 20 rue Bonaparte – 75006 Paris
Established in 1914 by Henri Lelièvre, Lelievre is a company which combines modernity with tradition. Their reputation has been built on specialised groups, such as plain, striped and patterned velvets, silks with designs either inherited from French history or with contemporary inspiration, a complete range of flame-retardant fabrics sheers in many colourways, designs and compositions, and contemporary collections of textured fabrics created using modern weaving techniques.
Ralph Lauren Home
Striking a balance between “timeless” and “modern,” Ralph Lauren creates collections that express a unique sense of personal style inspired by the rich visual imagery around him: the rustic beauty of the American West, the golden age of Hollywood glamour, the sleek innovation of automotive design or an authentic equestrian heritage.
Where to visit: Showroom Designers Guild, 4 Rue Vide Gousset – 75002 Paris
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