LINEN LUX by MOL @ Paris Déco Off ~ 17-22 January 2013

Photo Sebastien Rande / CELC

Each year, both riverbanks of the Seine are united by Paris Déco Off and more than 60 participating designers. This has become an event not to miss, opening a world of decor by presenting new collections of interior textiles, trimming, lighting, furniture and other deco materials to its visitors.

This amazing route of deco treasures really comes to life for two very short nights, giving the visitors a chance to enjoy a nightly stroll along and inside these beautiful showrooms. It is an incredible way to discover new trends and be inspired by new styles.

Joining Masters of Linen, Libeco-Lagae and other partners participated to give this event and especially the nocturnes an extra spark.

“Rue du Mail,” a main street housing different designer stores on the right bank was the main stage for LINEN LUX. 62 XXXL-sized linen lanterns were hung all over the street, creating a beautiful and impressive spectacle of light and color.

The event was a special decoration initiative that didn’t go unnoticed! Of the several conversations we overheard, not one was negative! That’s why we wanted to share this breathtaking scene with you, and see what you think!

These images and reactions can also be found on the Masters of Linen blog.

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Photo Sebastien Rande / CELC

Photo Sebastien Rande / CELC

We hope you love the whimsical beauty of this street, as much as we did. For more information about this, and the Paris Deco Off, please visit the their website. What colors, patterns, or shapes have inspired you? Take a look at this link for DIY Linen lamps.

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