Maison Et Object Maison et Object returned to Paris showcasing a 360° product offering in decoration, design, furniture, accessories, textiles, fragrances, kidswear, tableware, gifting and more. The show is separated into three main areas – Maison, a wide range of interior inspiration from dream homes to beautifully designed everyday products, Object, the destination for innovative cookware, craft, and a range of exciting home and fashion accessories, and finally Influences, which showcases excellent and inspirational design in the world of interiors. This season’s edition of Maison et Object featured a showcase of Rising Talents for 2018, in partnership with the Italian Trade Agency. The show also highlights the work of Danish designer Cecilie Manx, who Maison et Object have selected as their Designer of the Year 2018. Trendstop’s Top 4 Brands The Trendstop team have collated this list of our top 4 brands from a host of established and up-and-coming names at Maison et Object. Cielo Images: Cielo, courtesy of Trendstop Italian brand Cielo make everyday living easier and more beautiful with their effortless designs. With handy hidden storage, a contemporary colour palette and stylish matte finishes, Cielo are a brand to watch. One We Made Earlier Images: One We Made Earlier, courtesy of Trendstop One We Made Earlier stood out at Maison et Object with their unique and bold designs. Their jewellery and homeware are playful, experimenting with different shapes, textures and forms and is all cut and finished by hand at their South East London studio. Wouf Images: Wouf, courtesy of Trendstop Tote bags, pouches, make up bags and laptop cases are bought vividly to life with Wouf’s stunning prints and exciting use of colour. Their prints are inspired by tropical nights, botanic hideouts and urban jungles with all products are made in Spain using high quality materials and eco friendly ink. Hartô Images: Hartô, courtesy of Trendstop Parisian brand Hartô are focused on designing smart and colourful furniture for happy interiors. They showcased a fresh and contemporary colour palette as well as innovative storage and an exciting take on wooden furniture and texture.