Maison&Objet is just around the corner. The best interior designers and the top furniture brands will be in Paris from 24 to 28 January to unveil new designs and collections.

“Best Interior Designers” will show you the brands and exhibitions you can’t miss of Maison&Objet Paris.

Starting today we will present to you some brands that you really want to follow during the famous Paris Design Week.

Koket – Love Happens

The Exotic Decadence exhibition by Koket will be one of the highlights of Maison&Objet . The US luxury furniture brand will fill the Paris event with sultry black velvets, cream silks, exotic reptile skins, decadent furs, bronze venetians, black crystals and beautiful gold accents that will create a extremely good looking stand that you have to visit!

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Visitors of the Koket stand will enter through  black lacquered doors that really give an exotic and different atmosphere to the space and everything around it.

The top furniture brand, headed by Janet Morais, is going to be represented outside its own stand.  Koket was selected to be a part of Vincent Gregoire’s for casting agency NellyRodi’s Beyond exhibition and, Koket  pieces will also be displayed in the exclusive COVET lounge, where VIP clients will be received in the most lavish of settings.

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You will find the Koket stand at Hall 7 – G129

“Our innate desire to seduce and entice you, will be exemplified in the premier experience we will share with you at the 2014 Maison & Objet show. A Private VIP lounge, fur gifts, sublime cocktails, and designers on site will all be a part of our promise to you – KOKET Premier Designing Experience” – Koket

You can read more HERE!

Source: KoketPRweb

 

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