Beginning of September is exciting as it’s Back to School but also Back to Maison et Objet the famous lifestyle trade show in Paris where you can find many wonders for Christmas.
That’s a very Big show so it’s hard to cover all so I have just made a small selection of what caught more my attention this season.
The little Prince is the famous poetic tale from Antoine de Saint-Exupéry about loneliness, friendship, love, and loss. The film adaptation of the book has just been released in France and should be released soon in the UK.
Pioupiou et Merveilles has won the licence to create the iconic little fox and plane of Saint-Exupéry.
Ebulobo, the French specialist of trendy development toys is now targeting the new babies with the Alphabet Rattles. Get baby stimulated by the first letter of his name.
Les jouets libres know how to transform wood into an amazing toy. I love this “Woody”. Pull the wool from the little holes in its sheep body and get its fur back.
Myum family continues to grow. New fruits & veggies, also a range of finger puppets and a hand crocheted teeth to put your baby’s milk tooth for the Fairy.
New addition to Les Déglingos collection and its crazy characters: The Melamine set and the trolleys.
The “Quand Je serai Grand” range from Isabelle Kessedjian is also getting bigger. You now have an extensive collection of Birthday Party items and is developing in textiles products with the Baby sleeping bags.
L’oiseau Bateau continues to develop beautiful decorative objects and mobile that are perfect for stimulating children’s imagination. This time they have launched products based on famous tale such as Alice in the Wonderland.
Moulin Roty knows how to create great Childhood Memories with sometimes toys of yesteryear but also the possibility to create a complete world with his favourite character. Discover here the new “Papoum” bedroom.
If you are slightly nostalgic, Carotte & cie has also been inspired by the first electronic games such as the Space Invaders & Tetris for her new collection of handmade Children’s Accessories and small decorations.
New in the show, Marnycays presents an unconventional world with a range of soft toys looking like modern Batman or other super heroes and the more classic range of baby bedding range with delicate embroidery, made in France.
Being a fan of comforters, I couldn’t do without concluding with these quirky and unique square comforters from Ize creation déco.
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