See The Latest Trends and Products From Top Designers Around World at the 2023 Maison & Objet Show
Updated: Nov 27
Traditionally held at Villepinte Exhibition Center, M & O is expanding more than ever exhibits within the walls of Paris, it is the most important trade show for international but mostly European professionals in the milieu of interior design today. M & O features many new and exciting exhibitors every year.
For those who are not familiar with this major interior design event in Paris, Maison et Objet is a major French trade show for interior design professionals. Held bi-annually during the months of January and September in the Paris Nord Villepinte Exhibition Center and now including exhibits at multiple quarters within the city of Paris, it is among the most important European events for Professionals in interior design. It is a huge collection of innovation and talent all in one place. As every year, the Maison et Objet trade show is the primordial five-day event to present the latest innovations and trends for professionals in the interior design, decoration and design sector. It is a huge source of inspiration for interior decorators, designers, architects, brands, boutiques, creators, and journalists.
MAISON ET OBJET - The next edition of the Maison & Objet trade show will be held on January 19-23, 2023 at the Parc des Expositions of Paris-Nord Villepinte along with multiple exhibitions within the walls of Paris, The second date for M & O later in the year is planned for September 07-11, 2023. To introduce you to the latest trends in decoration and design. Dates, program, prices, invitations... Here is what the show has in store for you.
What is the program for the Maison et Objet trade show in January 2023?
Here are a few of the numerous exhibitions, talents, and inspirations you'll discover during your visit. In Halls 1-4, M & O will highlight a selection of brands exhibiting for the first time, "Spot Light" will exhibit brands that have something new to show you! These forward-looking creative concepts and consumers' "must haves" for modern living - it'll be hard not wanting what they offer after seeing them firsthand. In Hall 7 there will be several new "Talents So French" designers that will showcase their work at the event, including Cédric Breisacher, Elise Fouin, Grégory Lacoua and Victoria Wilmotte. These four designers will be allowed complete creative freedom to display their self-produced conceptions. Their unique designs will be greatly anticipated by attendees.
Also in Hall 7, the "What's New" areas focus on a forward-thinking, new selected objects for this season, with goods picked from the exhibitors' collections. Again in Hall 7, the "British Capsule", a perspective on British design. Big figures from the UK who will set the tone and leave their stamp on the design world of today and tomorrow including iconic works, important partnerships, and ongoing projects. Lastly in Hall 7, every year, M & O elects a "Designer of the Year" to honour one of the most outstanding names in industrial and interior design worldwide. For all the details on the entire program of the January 2023 M & O, click here. The show will be a great opportunity for these designers to gain exposure and connect with potential clients.
Who will be the exhibitors?
Every year, more than 3,000 exhibitors (brands, designers, etc.) from all over the world, spread over the 111,000 m² of the Maison et Objet show, come to present their new home and decoration products in Paris. New products that you will discover in the boutiques in the following months. Among these exhibitors: many design editors, wallpaper manufacturers, brands of decorative accessories, professionals of tableware, household linen or fragrances for the home.
How to get a badge or an invitation?
Many of you are wondering how to get an invitation code or a free badge to enter the Maison & Objet show. Please note that admission to the Maison & Objet show is subject to a fee and is not allowed to the general public or children. Only professionals can be admitted, a professional proof is necessary. To obtain a badge, you just have to go to the Maison & Objet show website and create an account to buy your badge online, which will be valid for the 5 days of the Maison & Objet show. You can also buy it directly on site. The cost is 70 euros.
Maison & Objet trade show: how to get there?
The Maison et Objet Paris trade show takes place in Paris-Nord Villepinte at the Parc des expositions. Free shuttles are available to get to the show from the main (CDG) Paris airport and from the center of Paris.
From Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport to Paris-Nord Villepinte, departure every 30 minutes from 9am to 12pm.