Greens at Maison et Objet 2015

After a particularly busy week, I spent an afternoon at Maison et Objet in Paris this weekend. My main goal was to spot greens in interiors and see some of the global trends in interior design (and secretly do some virtual shopping for our own home hihi). Let's start with my biggest green crush… all the way from Italy! | Greens at Maison et Objet Paris 2015

I love this very theatrical terracotta plant pot called The Phytophiler designed by Studio Dossofiorito. This young design duo (Livia Rossi and Gianluca Giabardo) from Verona plays with the idea of enhancing the relationship with your plant. They do so by adding accessories to the plant pots, like mirrors or magnifying glasses to admire the hidden beauty of the leaves. It's the perfect mix of a contemporary planter, a tad cabinet of curiosities and it's also very playful. | Greens at Maison et Objet Paris 2015

Before taking these photos, I observed the people passing by the booth for a while and literally everyone had to take a look through one of the magnifying glasses. It is truly attractive and stimulates curiosity. Love it! | Greens at Maison et Objet Paris 2015

In another hall of the fair, I spotted the brand new plant pot collection by Ferm Living, that we also featured on Urban Jungle Bloggers last week. I'd love to order a few dozen of these planters, their shapes and colors are really nice. Oh and can I also add a few of these very graphic plant walls? | Greens at Maison et Objet Paris 2015

See: they hold your plants with style and let them crawl their way through the powder coated wire: | Greens at Maison et Objet Paris 2015

Another highlight was meeting with designer Doreen Westphal from Mensch Made Design. Her cute little egg and geo shaped plant pots intrigued me, because they reminded me of my Easter styling for UJB from last year, when I filled some real egg shells with small succulents and cacti. After working a lot with concrete to create larger plant pots and vases, Doreen used a 3D printer to create these tiny plant pots, that you can wear around your neck as a bijou. | Greens at Maison et Objet Paris 2015

It turns out she loves designing for plants so much, that she decided she'll only design plant related objects from now on. I can't wait to see what she creates next! | Greens at Maison et Objet Paris 2015

You probably know the Designletters cups and plates with ABC typography by Arne Jacobsen, right? For Maison & Objet they spiced up their booth walls with their new Cup Up, a steel wall mount that expands the use of their letter cups. Perfect if you want to create your own vertical garden with a Scandi touch! | Greens at Maison et Objet Paris 2015

Besides the Cup Up, they also introduced a new plant pot and saucer in porcelain. Now can we just write Urban Jungle Bloggers with their cups & plates? | Greens at Maison et Objet Paris 2015

And only because I loved it so much, another photo of the Phytophiller by Studio Dossofiorito: | Greens at Maison et Objet Paris 2015

You can find last year's green highlights from Maison & Objet, right here. Or check out other favorites from M&O here.

15 thoughts on “Greens at Maison et Objet 2015

  1. I had the same crush for greenery on booths at the fair (and I really like your pictures). I wanted to make a post out of it and then I went through the pictures and didn't feel like I truly wanted to talk about anything Maison&Objets-related. And last year I did the same. I guess that after the hours spent through the booths, talking to people, taking dozens of pictures and absorbing all the inspirations, once i'm at home I want to move forward ;-) xx

    1. I think it's the overdose that makes you want to move forward, keep the pictures in your head and be inspired by it in the next months without posting about it. I decided to go there for 1 afternoon only, see the things that I wanted, in stead of diving in for one or more days. It was just enough to get a sens of the trends and new products, talk with people and discover some new brands. Without being overwhelmed. I can totally recommend it ;) xx

    1. Thank you Stefania! I agree it's very covetable! I see you changed quite a few things on your blog, cool! Hope you'll join us again some time ;) xx

    2. yeah I am working on the blog, I am not 100% satisfied yet but nice you think it's a cool change ;-)
      surely i will join you again, I regret I was too busy recently but still a great UJB fan you know :-)

  2. Hi There! Lovely round-up. Sadly we had to miss Maison & Objet, but your green photographs make up for at least a bit. Are you ok with me sharing a link to this blogpost on our blog? (

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