trade shows | Jan 10, 2024 |
Your go-to guide for navigating Paris Design Week

Maison&Objet and Déco Off are fast approaching, and with a little planning—and this handy guide—you can rest assured that you’ll see the best of what Paris Design Week has to offer. From can’t-miss stops at the fair to the hottest parties around town, bookmark this page and get ready to have a great time in the City of Light. Allons-y!


Maison&Objet takes place January 18 to 22 at Paris Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre. Tickets are available here; for transit info, click here.

Japanese lighting brand Yamagiwa makes its debut at the fair, complete with seven new collections, including Frank Lloyd Wright’s iconic Taliesin series. Hall 7, Stand D91

Eichholtz presents a fresh collection that blends Palm Beach style with Parisian motifs, offering visitors a sneak peek at what the Netherlands-based brand will showcase in April at High Point Market. Hall 6, Stand E16-G15

Lemon unveils a number of new nostalgia-driven designs by South African designer Yaniv Chen in a theatrical salon-style display staged by creative director Kevin Frankental. Hall 6, Stand L31

Your go-to guide for navigating Paris Design Week
La Plume armchairs by Yaniv Chen for Lemon Inge Prins

Fermob introduces a trio of fresh colorways into its iconic outdoor-ready palette, and spotlights some of the brand’s bestselling lighting designs and small furniture ranges in an interactive showcase. Hall 6, Stand J12

Ethnicraft shows off its cement-esque Elements collection—complete with mushroom-shaped side tables and a clean-lined console—as well as its new solid oak Pi sideboard and the N701 modular sofa by Jacques Deneef. Hall 6, Stand H16-I15

Take a visual journey through the history of Baccarat at Alchemy, a dazzling immersive exhibition commemorating the brand’s 260th anniversary. Hall 7, Stand A5-C2

Dutch brand Zuiver debuts its latest collection of richly colored, voluminously shaped furniture and accessories. Hall 6, Stand D70-E69

Maison&Objet’s Designer of the Year 2024, Mathieu Lehanneur, debuts Outonomy, an immersive installation inspired by the history—and evolution—of civilization and architecture. Hall 7

Italian ceramic surfaces brand Lea Ceramiche presents its iconic Segni Su Pigmenti and Side Stone collections, alongside its award-winning Slimtech Concreto series by Fabio Novembre. Hall 7, Stand B157

Serax premieres new lighting collections by the likes of Anita Le Grelle, Patrick Paris and Thijs Prinsen and introduces a handful of fresh designs into its popular Pawns series by Marie Michielssen. Hall 7, Stand E97


Paris Déco Off runs January 17 to 21 throughout the city. For a list of official exhibitors, a map of showroom locations, and information about the shuttle bus between neighborhoods, click here.

Bask in new launches from Celerie Kemble, Drusus Tabor, Molly Mahon, Caroline Z Hurley, Patterson Flynn and Trina Turk at the Schumacher showroom. 9 rue Jacob; Tuesday, January 16, to Sunday, January 21, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Rinck opens the doors to its new gallery and showcases a selection of furniture pieces from its Amarante and Passage collections. 18 rue de Beaune; Tuesday, January 16, to Saturday, January 20, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Your go-to guide for navigating Paris Design Week
Inside Pierre Yovanovitch’s newly opened Parisian galleryFederico Torra

Pop into Pierre Yovanovitch’s newly opened gallery space and admire contemporary works by Tadashi Kawamata, Johan Creten and Xie Lei. 4 passage Sainte-Avoye; Wednesday, January 17, to Saturday, January 20, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Jiun Ho joins Sarah Von Dreele and Parete for a joint pop-up called Design Rendezvous, which will showcase new and soon-to-be-released works from each brand. Galerie Gimpel et Müller, 12 rue Guénégaud; Wednesday, January 17, to Sunday, January 21, 9:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Liberty premieres its latest interior fabric collections in an enchanting exhibit that takes guests on a voyage of botanical discovery. 41 rue de Seine; Wednesday, January 17, to Sunday, January 21, 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Invisible Collection partners with French decorative arts preservation institution Mobilier National for the second year in a row to present a curation of limited-edition designs inside the otherworldly rooms of Féau & Cie. 9 rue Laugier; Wednesday, January 17, to Sunday, January 21

John Pomp unveils a solo show at the Triode showroom in the heart of the 6th arrondissement. 28 rue Jacob; Wednesday, January 17, to Sunday, January 21

Tai Ping debuts its collaboration with Callidus Guild, featuring 18 new carpets that pay homage to traditional Tibetan knotting techniques and materials. 3 place des Victoires; Wednesday, January 17, to Sunday, January 21

Designer Franck Genser opens the doors to his newly renovated apartment-style showroom, where you can marvel at everything from iridescent sequins-covered commodes to whimsical sheep-shaped side tables. 121 boulevard Saint-Germain; Wednesday, January 17, to Sunday, January 21

Arte reveals five new collections in a sweeping showroom exhibition inspired by the artistry of haute couture. 6 bis rue de l’Abbaye; Wednesday, January 17, to Sunday, January 21, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Belgian wallcoverings brand Omexco presents its latest collection in a pop-up showroom in Saint-Germain-des-Prés. 29 rue Bonaparte; Wednesday, January 17, to Sunday, January 21, 9:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Your go-to guide for navigating Paris Design Week
Selections from Timothy Corrigan’s Bagatelle series for Samuel & SonsCourtesy of Samuel & Sons


Meet Rachel Doriss of Pollack and Lori Weitzner of Weitzner for a happy hour inside their shared apartment, and catch a glimpse of new launches from both brands. 18 rue Mazarine; Wednesday, January 17, to Friday, January 19, 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Celebrate the fourth collaboration between Little Greene and the National Trust, a U.K.–based conservation charity founded in 1895, over cocktails and light bites at Maison Sauvage. 5 rue de Buci; Thursday, January 18, 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.; RSVP required

Vaughan hosts an open house with champagne, hors d’oeuvres, and a tour of the stunning studio at Ido, the brand’s Parisian showroom partner. 84 rue de Lille; ​​Thursday, January 18, 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.; RSVP required

Kathryn M. Ireland introduces A Life in Design: Celebrating 30 Years in Interiors with a book signing event at the Hôtel de l’Industrie. 4 place Saint-Germain des Prés; Friday, January 19, 11 a.m.

Meet Denise McGaha, Kendall Wilkinson and The Vale London’s Melinda Marquardt for a celebratory soiree at Fabricut in honor of each designer’s latest launch. 45 rue Jacob; Saturday, January 20, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.; RSVP required

Join Hartmann&Forbes and Business of Home’s Dennis Scully to celebrate the brand’s 25th anniversary at the Hôtel de l’Industrie. 4 place Saint-Germain des Prés, 3rd Floor; Saturday, January 20, 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.; RSVP required

Toast Timothy Corrigan’s new Bagatelle series for Samuel & Sons—which draws inspiration from neoclassical French passementerie—at a cocktail party in the brand’s 2nd arrondissement showroom. 23 rue du Mail; Saturday, January 20, 7 p.m.

Get lost in a sea of dreamy Dedar textiles at a showroom cocktail reception honoring the Milanese brand’s soon-to-be-launched 2024 collection. 20 rue Bonaparte; Saturday, January 20, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.; RSVP required

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