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Review of the 6th AD Intérieurs

Our Paris-based Commercial Sales & Marketing Manager, Agnes Guillard, visited the sixth edition of AD Intérieurs held at the Palais d’Iéna, earlier in September.

15 interior designers were selected to design room sets in the ‘House of the Future’, these were the ones that caught Agnes’ eye:

The Dressing Room by Damien Langlois-Meurinne

The Dressing Room by Damien Langlois-Meurinne

‘A feminine, calm and luminous space: a cocoon with soft colours, perfect for dressing or a boudoir.’

The joyful Living Room by Alexandre De Betak

The joyful Living Room by Alexandre De Betak

‘A space to relax, watch movies, to laze around… Alexandre de Betak has created a room with multiples uses, inspired by the 1970’s.’

The Office by Oitoemponto

Office by Oitoemponto

‘More and more people are working from home. Oitoemponto have created not only an office space, but a convivial place to spend time and meet clients.’

The Aesthete Cabinet by Thierry Lemaire

Aesthete Cabinet by Thierry Lemaire

‘An interesting space created from a hybrid of heritage and the futuristic, classical decoration and rough industrial elements.’

The Dining Room by Dimore Studio

Dining Room by Dimore Studio

‘This dining room is a mirror of the past: the rug is inspired by Art Nouveau, walls refer to 1950’s Italian Modernism but the interior designers have incorporated these influences to work with our contemporary way of living.’

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Invaluable Support

Having recently opened our Parisian Bureau we wanted to make special mention of the support we have had from UK Trade and Investments (UKTI).

Navigating the international marketplace can be a daunting prospect and having a guiding hand is invaluable.

The interest and advice from our UKTI representative, Michael MacCarthy, a regular visitor to our gallery, has been both welcome and extremely helpful, particularly his specialist knowledge in our area of interior design and textiles.

Michael put us in touch with the British European Design Group (BEDG). We are most grateful for the grants awarded to us by BEDG for the last two years, which contributed to our exhibition at the Maison & Objet trade show in Paris.

Maison & Objet has opened up the international market for us and has been extremely valuable to the future of this company.

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Deirdre Dyson Paris Gallery Opens

We are delighted to announce that despite lockdown delays, Deirdre Dyson Paris is now open by appointment only.

Deirdre has a long association with Paris, launching her annual rug collection every year at Maison et Object, so it seemed natural to have a permanent display space there.

The wonderful gallery, in the historic Saint-Germain des Prés is a calm and inviting space, designed by celebrated Interior Designer Remi Tessier, working closely with Deirdre to tailor make a perfect interior in which to showcase her luxurious hand knotted rug designs.

Deirdre has chosen a selection of rug designs including a superb large-scale version of this year’s TRANSPARENT together with LIGHT FRAGMENTS and a stunning new working of partner versions of DAWN in alternating blue and red wool and silks.

Deirdre’s Parisian representative Julia will be on hand to guide clients through the designs and advise on design and colour choice.

To arrange your exclusive appointment please contact

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Renound fashion consultant and tastemaker, Julia VanHagen, is Deirdre Dyson’s French represenative.

Julia sees clients by appointment at Deirdre’s gallery at 12 rue des saints-pères – Paris – 75007.

Contact to make your appointment.

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Deirdre Dyson rugs on display at NAG Gallery Paris

Four Deirdre Dyson hand knotted wool and silk rugs have been selected for display at an exclusive exhibition of the very best of contemporary art, photography, and contemporary and mid-century furniture curated by founder of the platform Giulia De Jonckheere.

Juxtaposing the very best of modern and vintage furniture and design in room-style settings, Giulia has chosen select pieces to create an enticing enfilade with bold contemporary photography by Rancinan Studio  at Natacha Dassault’s NAG Gallery, Paris.

NAG (or Not A Gallery) is an  impressive yet welcoming space which creates a warm and home-like setting in which to view the curated selection of exceptional pieces in a ‘living’ atmosphere alongside complimentary collectible objets rather than in a standalone showroom.

The exhibition runs until 4th March but can also be viewed virtually here.

Deirdre Dyson’s Paris representative Julia VanHagen, pictured above with Deirdre Dyson’s GLIMPSE, hand knotted wool and graded silk rug.

Deirdre Dyson’s SAPPHIRE rug (above), created in a circular version ideal for use under a table, on display at NAG Gallery.

Two views of SLIVERS one of our most popular designs from Deirdre’s 2020 Looking Glass collection, styled by Giulia De Jonckheere with perfectly appointed contemporary pieces.

Deirdre Dyson’s HIGHRISE a superb bespoke rug hand knotted in graded wool with graduated silk panels.