Being one of the most world famous trade shows when it comes to fabrics and wallpaper, the Paris Deco Off 2019 runs from the 17th until the 21 of January. This interior design event will exhibit multiple brands, reason why we bring you some of the most inspiring. Stay tuned for more news about the event.
Over 30 years ago, in the heart of Paris, a new Fashion House was created. The House of Christian Lacroix created by the French fashion designer alongside his agent Jean-Jacques Picart, with the support of Bernard Arnault. After three decades, their work is recognized in the whole world.
For over 200 years, Christian Fischbacher has been at the center of the textile industry. Their headquarters in St. Gallen Switzerland, has been an important area for textiles since the 13th century. The brand takes special attention to detail and are passionated for quality materials. Their interior fabrics, carpets, bedding and home accessories collections are made for luxurious interiors.
Designers Guild is an international home and lifestyle company that own with a flagship store and showrooms in London. The brand also has offices in London, Paris and Munich. Designers Guild designs and wholesales furnishing fabric, wall coverings, upholstery and bed and bath collections both in Europe as well as in 40 countries worldwide.
Edmond Petit is a French publishing house, created 150 years ago. The brand is specialized in high-end decorative products and have as its trademarks the use of noble materials such as velvet and silk. Present in many countries, the brand has been keeping its legacy through innovative and timeless products.
Etro Home Interiors
Etro launched its home interiors line in collaboration with Jumbo Group. The main ideas of the brand are their exceptional materials, their vibrant colors, combined in their Italian craftsmanship, in a mix of contemporary design together with classic fabrics.
Gastón y Daniela
The Spanish brand Gastón y Daniela of Madrid is a line of high-end quality decoration textiles that has been around since 1876 due to their creativity and the quality of their products and materials.
GP & J Baker
GP & J Baker is one of the leading brands when it comes to fabric design. They have the largest and most comprehensive showroom in Chelsea Harbour’s Design Centre, where the brand showcases not only their fabrics, wallcoverings, furniture and trimmings, but also their related brands, Kravet, Lee Jofa, Brunschwig & Fils.
Félix and his son André Houlès established Houlès in 1928 in Paris. In the 1930s, after turning the business into a company, the firm was transfered to the next generation, a very that’s still very important to Houlès. Originally, wholesalers of upholstery supplies, Houlès has developed its business and is now specialized in creating trimmings collections, having achieved the status of a worldwide leader.
JAB ANSTOETZ Furnishing Fabrics
The JAB ANSTOETZ Group is a medium-sized family business that has been around since 1946. The range of their textiles embodies the most varied designs, qualities and colors. Today the brand keeps growing and it’s one of the leaders when it comes to establish new trends in the interior design world.
Jean Paul Gaultier
Jean Paul Gaultier has created a spectacular collection of interior fabrics designed for French fabric company Lelievre and aptly named Le Défilé. Bold colours, metallic reflections and unexpected textures introduce an element of creative surprise (and a touch of humour) to the home.
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