Muranti returns to Maison et Object Paris

Muranti returns to Paris, after the trade show Maison et Object in January 2018 has been a real success. With a strong focus on internationalization, the Portuguese brand returns to the city of light for shine again with their precious stones.

For this exhibition, Muranti took the risk and the stand is more daring than ever. The prominent gemstones will be the Malaquite daybed with its beautiful rich green color that demands power and respect and represents the innate beauty of nature. Other gemstones present are Jasper armchair in black satin and cotton velvet, and the Mitari console it is ideal storage piece with modern lines inspired by the 60s style, with clean lines and a golden touch that make this piece unique.

Also, the range of lamps and mirrors will be displayed. The chosen lamp was the luxurious, elegant and versatile piece, Morganite. The range of mirrors is represented by the Andalusite called “The stone that sees“, this stone connects and balances the aura with the energy of the earth. A mirror that combines different materials like gold leaf, black and cream lacquers, walnut root and poplar root finished with high gloss lacquer.

At the biggest French trade show for interior decoration and design, Muranti will show what is best done at the level of luxury furniture in Portugal. Examples are the Ruby sofa, the Tourmaline center table and the Agate side table.

 

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