Relive Paris Deco Off 2018

When are we not all dreaming about our next (or first) trip to Paris?! A casual stroll through the gardens at the Palace of Versailles, a day admiring great works at the Musée d'Orsay or Centre Pompidou, or a behind-the-scenes tour at Foundation Louis Vuitton. And don't forget about the food...oh, the delicious food! As we devise our own plan to get back to Paris - I mean who wouldn't want to source at the Flea Market or scout locations for our next photoshoot (remember that darling Parisian cafe), let's take a moment to look back at Paris Deco Off 2018.
For the third year, Fabricut's Pop-Up Showroom was located on the Left Bank in what is usually the Galerie Eric Mouchet at 45 rue Jacob. The gallery's white walls provide the perfect backdrop for our design team to create an inspired space for the week's festivities.
Fabricut, Paris Deco Off 2018
The front window featured our New York Botanical Garden for Vervain's Buchoz Floral in Teal as the focus with a dozen, coordinating upholstered birds - a common theme seen throughout PDO - and a beautiful skirted settee in Stroheim's Rivoli in Iris (on trend with Pantone's Color of the Year).
Take a look at the design process behind our window creation:
Paris Deco Off to us is as much about being inspired ourselves through our industry colleagues as it is inspiring our designer friends with new product collections. Check out some of the inspiration and common themes we found as we window shopped along the Left and Right Bank Showrooms:

Moroccan Inspired

The Moroccan design trend takes root from Moorish architecture and is characterized by decorative tile work, intricate carvings, arched doorways and lush colors.
Seen at Cole & Sons

This metallic lantern border paired with the carved latticework sends us right to the Marrakech bazaars at Cole & Son. 

JAB window, Paris Deco Off 2018 
JAB's window display embraces the colors of Mediterranean and decorative tile patterns.

Elitis, Paris Deco Off 2018Check out the intricate carvings we found at Élitis (yes, that's wallpaper!).

Botanical Leaves & Island Themes

Botanical leaves are trending in fabrics and wallcovering and we're seeing more tropical house plants playing a key accessory role in chic interiors. 

Zimmer + Rohde window, Paris Deco Off 2018No leaf bias here with Zimmer + Rohde's multicolored motif!

Designers Guild window, Paris Deco Off 2018
We spy sea shells at Designers Guild. 

Aldeco window, Paris Deco Off 2018
Can you find the toucan camouflaged in the botanical leaves print at Aldeco?

Style Library window, Paris Deco Off 2018

Style Library's leaf motif on the sofa creates a visual stripe. 


Mixing elements from geometry - the shapes, lines and curves - geometric patterns help create more modern and contemporary spaces.

Designers Guild window, Paris Deco Off 2018Bold shapes at Designers Guild.

MissPrint window, Paris Deco Off 2018
MissPrint keeps a tally with its irregular lines and shapes.

Thevenon window, Paris Deco Off 2018
 Lampshades at Thevenon are geometric in their shapes and fabric selections.

Elitis window, Paris Deco Off 2018
Sculptured geometric fabric tiles on tulle at Élitis.

Aviary + Floral Themes

Birds and floral patterns tend to lean a bit more traditional but with fresh and innovative color combinations, these themes make a strong statement.

Casamance window, Paris Deco Off 2018
Casamance's colorful, embroidered birds.

Christian Fischbacher window, Paris Deco Off 2018
Elegant hand-painted mural at Christian Fischbacher.

JAB/Chivasso window, Paris Deco Off 2018
Birds sit on blooming branches at JAB/Chivasso.

Mark your calendars for the 10th Edition of Paris Deco Off - January 17-21, 2019 - and join us in person or vicariously through our social media platforms. Until then, we'll be dreaming up and designing our next inspiring window! 

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