The Museum of Decorative Arts exhibits one of the most important collections of decorative arts and design in the world.
The Museum of Decorative Arts has a collection of 150,000 artworks, home to an extremely varied collection comprising jewelry, silverware, enamels, ivories, bronzes, semi-precious stone work, ceramics, glassware, stained glass, furniture, and rugs, and spanning the period from the early Middle Ages to the first half of the 19th century.
Whatever the room, you will find out wonderful apartments reconstructions, furnitures, decorations or fashion. Among these apartments, do not miss the Gothic room of the late 15th century (medieval part) or the private apartment of Jeanne Lanvin (art deco rooms).
An important place of the museum is also devoted to Art Nouveau and Art Deco. The opportunity to discover the many objects or furniture made by the greatest architects like Hector Guimard.