Find the Latest Kids’ Trends at Maison et Objet That You Can’t Miss

Whether you’re lucky enough to participate in this design celebration or not, here you’ll find the latest kids’ trends at Maison et Objet that you definitely can’t miss!

From furniture, textiles, toys and decor accessories the childhood kingdom is always highlighted in this leading home decor fair that connects the interior design and lifestyle community in Paris Nord Villepinte.

Animal-inspired Stools and Chairs

In order to make the study area playful and attractive for kids, the furnishings used should be fun and lively! These animal-inspired stools and chairs from the new Illusion Collection by Circu will be presented at Maison et Objet September edition and were designed for kids to develop their skills and learn in a stylish way.

Outdoor Furniture

Sunny days are always an excuse for kids to play and hang outside. It’s the perfect cue to improve the decoration of your porch or private garden with a festive theme and bright colors. TOLDINA* created a collection of mini rocking chairs for kids made of a wooden structure and canopy fabric in different colors and patterns.


The main focus of kids’ furniture brands seems to be to design furnishings and decor elements that allow the creation of spaces where kids’ feel inspired to play and explore their fantasies! This unique Wagon bed by Mathy by Bols is astonishing, but also very functional with a study area and lots of storage.

Playful Rugs

The latest decor tip to highlight the kids’ room is cheerful carpets with playful designs. They can be used only for decoration or as a spot for kids’ plays! This printed carpet with animals is from Art for Kids and is made of polypropylene with a very solid and robust finish.

Crochet Decor

When it comes to kids’ trends at Maison et Objet we’ve already approached the amigurumi toys popularity amongst the little ones, but now the crochet designs are extending to decor accessories! This is an actual pouf entirely handmade in crochet work and was created by Anne-Claire Petit.

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