apartment9, a name well-known for its innovations in interior design and décor, has released its brand-new range of fabric and furniture. Based on traditional Indian and Persian design patterns, the range will be launched at the prestigious Maison et Objet trade fair in France.
The collection will have two major themes: Indian and Persian. The “Indi” collection draws on the rich cultural heritage of India, making use ofintricate patterns and jewel-tone colors. On the other hand, the Persiancollection is reminiscent of the erstwhile glory of the empire, featuring graceful arches, domes, and lattice work.
Anuja Gupta, Co- Founder andDesign Creative Director, Saidabout the new range, “The Ottoman and Indian history stands out for itscontribution to the art of fabric design. We wanted to innovate and revitalize these timeless motifs that remain a source of inspiration even today.”
Maison & Objet is an International industry event to be held at Paris-Nord villepinte exhibition centre, from 6-10th Sep for interior design and decoration. It offers a unique opportunity to gain an overview of the trends in decoration, home furnishings.
Maison Event primarily attracts retailers, department stores, interior designers and decorators and art galleries. It has been described as among the three most important European events for interior design.
apartment9 has been leading the interior design space in India since 2007. It enjoys an elite clientele, besides having exclusive tie ups with brands like Andrew Martin and Lizzo.
Through its remarkable signaturte luxury designs, the brand has earned a distinguished place in the super premium segment. It has branches all over the country—Delhi-NCR, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, and Guwahati—through which it provides furniture, upholstery, wallpapers, home décor products, and more.
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