The September edition of Maison&Object, the design industry trade fair that attracts 3,000 exhibitors and more than 85,000 visitors, just wrapped up in Paris. From September 6-10, attendees enjoyed access to the newest design products from leading brands and manufacturers around the globe. Trends spotted included over-the-top details and moody exuberance—lots of rich colors, dark woods, and lush velvets—as well as alabaster components for lighting and accessories and cane and fringe details. Here are 12 product highlights. Corsi Design artisans collaborated with Italian architect, interior designer, and art director Paola Navone to create One-More by Paola Navone, a range of vibrant vases in soft resin. Experimenting with the colors and reflections of Primavera ceramics from the South of France resulted in Tartan, a series of faceted vessels and bowls with unexpected patterns and textures. Based on a 2018 installation at the VitraHaus by design studio Raw-Edges, founded by Shay Alkalay and Yael Mer, the Herringbone Collection by Vitra embraces the technique of immersion dying to create a trio of products: pillows, vessels, and trees. Herringbone Pillows, shown here, feature ...