Best Maison et Objet Home Brands—Our Favorite From the Fair

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Every year, thousands of furniture and design brands descend on Paris’s Villepinte Exhibition Center for Maison et Objet, one of the world’s largest design and furniture fairs. Brands from around the world come to present their latest launches, and designers, buyers, and editors walk the fair to find new favorites. Despite being delayed two months due to COVID, this year’s fair, which wrapped up this week, didn’t disappoint—and House Beautiful walked every hall to reach our new favorite design brands from all around the world. Read on to see which ones are on our radar, and follow to stay up to date with their launches.

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This French company offers delightfully whimsical furniture and lighting, and we’re smitten with its collection of wire-like frames.

Hand-embroidered in Jordan, these table linens range from pretty florals to cheeky phrases.

This Japanese studio creates vessels and light fixtures full of personality.

Fans of the classic French bistro chair will go gaga for Drucker’s rainbow of color options.

One of the fair’s Rising Stars, Japanese textile artist Yuri Himuro creates delightfully clever rugs, pillows, and throws that can be customized by cutting sections to create fringe.

We can’t get enough of this company’s colorful glass vases.

The best of Danish modern design married with contemporary sensibility.

This French company produces playful, colorful ceramics that perfectly bridge the line between formal and casual.

Picture your ideal French country table setting; that’s Charvet’s linens.

If you’re looking for something a little more playful in your linens, this Lithuanian company offers everything from flowers to fruits.

With the mission of “bringing a little happiness into your home,” Hübsch offers up colorful furniture, accessories, and decor that do just that.

From chairs to lighting, table accessories, and much more, Popus delivers the happiest furniture in creative silhouettes.

After earning a devoted following for its modern spin on industrial furniture indoors, this French brand is launching its first outdoor line, and it’s full of cheerful color.

Need a leather water bottle? Trash-can? This Spanish brand makes pretty much anything you can imagine in luxe, supple vegetable leather.

Any furniture you can dream of in rattan, Kok probably makes!

While we’ve been fans of this Australian brand for awhile, we loved seeing their chic patio umbrellas and sling chairs at the show.

If simple silhouettes with modern references and funky upholstery is your vibe, you’ll love this French I dialed.

Handwoven from natural fibers and infinitely customizable, the rugs from this Rome and Bogotá-based studio were born from cofounder Giovina’s long family history in Italian textiles and Santiago’s grandfather in Colombia, where they are made.

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