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A Taste of Maison et Objet

05. Jan. 2009

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The winter trade shows are about to kickoff the New Year of design. This episode of Trendease DesignVision gets you warmed up with a taste of one of the world’s most talked about home fashion trade fairs: Maison & Objet. Walk the floor with our host Jennifer Castoldi as she scouts out fresh products for today’s fashionable interiors. Arrive in style with Mini-Couture; decorate using classy accessories; wake up in a bedroom brimming with luxury; try on a silk robe and see new details on decorative pillows; relax on designs from Nepal; and sit on an eco-chic chair made from plastic bottle caps. It is all in here – just press play!

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Comment by Jennifer Castoldi 18. Jan. 2009
Hello wonderful viewers,
Following up with a comment we received, none of the companies featured on Trendease DesignVision have paid for placement within the videos. Products are selected at the discretion of Trendease International. If you think that your original designs are inspiring you are welcome to submit them to editorial@trendease.com.
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Comment by diane 07. Jan. 2009
Everything looked fabulous! Loved all the featured decorative pillows.
Comment by heidi 05. Jan. 2009
this made my day ! I wish I could go ! Budgets cut this year