The best trends 2016 at Maison et Objet – Miami Design District

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The best trends 2016 at Maison et Objet

Let’s have a quick look into the best trends 2016 at Maison et Objet. Every edition of Maison et Objet, the Observatoire de la Maison defines a theme to be explored, according to consumption behaviors and trends.
This year the theme chosen was “Wild”, a topic that aims to return to the innocence of the nature through contemporary designs and creations that use forms and materials of the elements of Mother Earth.
Interior design trends: fantastic animals at the upper end of collectible design, and with a wealth of abstract animals, cardboard hunting trophies, neo-totems, and ceramic robots in between, designers are offering quite some choice of things to collect dust on one’s fireplace or shelf in the years to come.
If there is one thing we will definitely see more of in the coming years, it is new synthetic and natural materials, used in everything from furniture to lighting and jewelry.
The resurgence of rough, wild, almost monstrous forms and materials in interior design has been noted already – indeed, it is the theme of Maison & Objet Paris 2016.
Take a look at some design pieces inspired by Wild Theme that were showcased at Maison et Objet:

After the Storm Bowls by Michael AramAfter the Storm Bowls by Michael Aram Ardara Console by BRABBU Bathtub by MUUBS Bird of Paradaise Lamp by CREATIV LIGHT WILHELM MUELLER Empire Dining Table by Boca do Lobo MICHAEL ARAM NAP Armchair by LES SCULPTEURS DU LAC Recycled wooden frames by DANYÉ Monet Side Table by Boca do Lobo

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