Laurence Vauclair

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Laurence Vauclair

 Laurence Vauclair

Passionate, Laurence Vauclair is a playful temperament with intact enthusiasm who, with her husband Denis Rouquette, inaugurated a first gallery at the Clignancourt flea market. Discover her selection on MOM!

 Laurence Vauclair

JANE TOTE BAG - natural dyed raffia tote

The JANE tote is the combination of strong lines, subtle and openwork knitwear with the know-how of the craftswomen of Madagascar. Whether used as a beach bag or an urban tote bag, the JANE large bag with a contemporary design presents an assertive style, ideal for the modern and committed traveler. This large handwoven raffia bag is made from 100% natural vegetable dye and has excellent handmade finishes. A tote bag from the JANE collection that combines style and ethics. This tote can be carried by hand or carried over the shoulder.



This rug with amazing comfort will be the ideal partner for chalet atmospheres, or, as you can see in the hereafter atmosphere, the perfect accessory for an industrial urban decoration. The labyrinth game of the high sculpted wick of white wool tied on a natural flat woven background makes the mind wandering around the lands of Minotaur. A Carpet for the living room or for the bedroom, its softness will seduce all lovers of ethnic simplicity.



The contemporary sculptures series was crafted by our in-house master sculptor, Hartoyo. In each piece, the solid mahogany wood is sublimed into geometric and organic shapes. Beautiful from every angle and with the changing light of the day, these intriguing pieces will layer meaning into your home.


Elephant vase

Elephant vase in matt black enamelled terracotta, from Morocco. Every piece is uniqueDimensions: 29 x 24 cm


Parisian furniture HYPNOS

Parisian furniture in neoclassical style inspired by the universe of Claude-Nicolas Ledoux (1736-1806) Pear tree varnished and black wood, four drawers, two crate sheets opening onto a vase shaped by the Manufacture des Emaux de Longwy 1798 representing two astral faces, the sun and the moon, day and night. It is placed on a rotating base and is reflected in an old mirror looked at by a mirror containing mercury. Secretary lit and sheathed in black leather. The boxes are framed by silver bronze corners.


Floor lamp Vinka D50 x 130 cm Nature Rattan

Natural rattan floor lamp with a soft and elegant light. A gorgeous, warmly luminous detail that will suit any cool Scandinavian décor. With 3 m black polyester cord and 2 x E27 socket. D 50 x H 130 cm.Max. 40 watt.


Upholstery Fabric Sunbathing

Inspired by a document from the Maison Pierre Frey archives, BAIN DE SOLEIL reinterprets the striped canvas that transatlantic crossings have made it essential. Its cheerful coloring obtained by warping at the disposal of its chain echoes the diffraction of light decomposed into colored stripes.


Feast Tableware by Ottolenghi

With an abundance of colours, vegetable prints and positive vibes the brand new FEAST collection reflects everything its creator stands for. The British-Israeli chef Yotam Ottolenghi created this range of expressive tableware with the most joyful of gatherings in mind: coming together with friends and family, sharing food and exchanging stories. On this project the chef joined hands with Italian artist Ivo Bisignano. “Ivo is a good friend as well as a soul-mate for the creative process in all Ottolenghi graphics”, Yotam Ottolenghi states.

Laurence Vauclair, a life dedicated to artistic ceramics

Laurence Vauclair is a playful, enthusiastic enthusiast who, with her husband Denis Rouquette, opened her first gallery at the Clignancourt flea market in the 90s. A chic and wildly romantic boudoir in which she presented rattan furniture and artistic ceramics from the 19th century, which for her were the embodiment of French elegance and art de vivre. Building on her success, in 2003 she opened a second space in Paris's coveted 7th arrondissement, where she exhibits exceptional pieces that collectors love. This year, the showcase celebrates its twentieth anniversary, with an exciting program of festivities! Starting with Le Printemps de la Barbotine (until the end of July), an event at which she will present a series of tables drawn from all angles, full of charm and whimsy, before taking part in Paris Design Week in September. Following in the footsteps of Laura Gonzales and Sandra Benhamou, decorator and historian Emilie Bonaventure will be setting the scene for a fantasized Japan in the style of Madame Butterfly's boudoir.

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