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Bedroom trends 2021: our selection of furniture from the Design Fair


After deciphering for you some of the key 2021 DECORATING TRENDS from the Design Fair of Maison&Objet, we are now offering you a selection of our favourite pieces to bring a bit of novelty to your room. 


LUMOS: HALO LAMPS BY MAARTEN DE CEULAER (VALERIE OBJECTS)

We love these lamps that bear their name very well - the rounded edge lights up (not the rest), for a soft effect. De Ceulaer uses thick glass "which has an interesting optical quality: the light rays pass through it invisibly". You can already imagine them on our bedside table or above a cot. 

WORK IS HEALTH: COMPLETE OFFICE BY ADÈLE BY THOMAS MERLIN (DIZY)

As you know, the office has become an essential part of our lives. We thought it was reserved for children, freelancers, or to store years of paperwork that we don't like to sort, but it has become the star of our interiors. This model signed Thomas Merlin is at the same time practical (bowl for pens or your plants, divider for your photos, integrated lamp), eco-friendly (metal Made in France, wood from sustainably managed forests) and incredibly beautiful. It is also available in six luminous colours to meet all your desires. 

ON THE CARPET: ESPRIT BY GÉRALDINE PRIEUR (TOULEMONDE BOCHART)

Géraldine Prieur is a fan of the seventies and it shows: this rug combines geometric shapes and psychedelic hues of the decade. We can already imagine it in the middle room of our bedroom... Bonus? You can ask to customize its size. 

ULTRA-CONNECTED: CLOUDY, THE SMART ALARM CLOCK (MOBILITY ON BOARD)

While Mobility on Board offers a whole range of fun design-connected objects in its Cutie Clock collection, it was the Cloudy alarm clock that caught our eye. Available in rose or blue, its small size makes it ideal to put it on your bedside table or a metal surface (thanks to its magnet). Elegant, the Cloudy is also clever: it can be triggered with a snap of the finger thanks to its motion detector. And it slips easily into a travel bag or suitcase so you can dream (and wake up) wherever you want. 

IN THE CUPBOARD : CANE CORDOBA WARDROBE (CHEHOMA)

If you're not tired of caning (which is far from being our case), you'll love this deliciously vintage wardrobe from Chehoma, the "modern day flea marketer". This unique piece will stand out in your room while blending beautifully with all the shades of your decor, from the most neutral to the most colourful. 

SHUFFLE: BASKET EMMA BY EMMA OLBERS (ELDVARM)

Don't be fooled by the photo on the Maison&Objet website, the Emma basket is not reserved for the logs for the fireplace (even if we love the idea). We can already imagine the elegance of cream lacquered steel and hand sewn leather in our bedroom, with a collection of old magazines, in the CHILDREN'S ROOMto store all their toys, or in a COUNTRY HOUSE ROOM with a bouquet of dried wild flowers. 

LA DOLCE VITA: CUSHIONS COLLECTION COSTUMBRES BY GIOVANNA PALIMODDE (LE BOTTEGHE DI SU GOLOGONE)

The designer loves Sardinia and it shows. In addition to having opened there a sublime hotel perched in the Supramonte mountains, she designed this collection of cushions paying homage to the island's colours, for those who love unique and offbeat pieces and prefer to dream Italian-style. 

IT'S SWELLING: BLOW, BY EMANUELE MAGINI (GUFRAM)

One of our favorites of this edition (as everything Emanuel Magini does). We can already see ourselves on this timeless reading light that we would choose in its grey and yellow version. The designer had fun revisiting the beach air mattress from the 70s to create an original piece where you can let your idleness linger on grey days.