Marin Montagut is a French artist, illustrator, and decorator based in Paris. He has designed wallpaper for Pierre Frey and collaborated with many French "maisons" such as diptyque, Roger Vivier, the Château de Versailles, and more. Discover his inspiring selection of products for MOM!
AddAddVase Mademoiselle design by Mathilde Carron-Astier de Villatte
Mademoiselle vase, which will enhance a baroque or sober floral composition with its design. Entirely handmade in France, every piece is unique Made with black terracotta clay, glazed to create a milky white finish Perfect for everyday use, surprisingly light, extremely durable & dishwasher-safe Designed by Mathilde Carron-Astier de Villatte, inspired by the 18th & 19th-century designs
Taking by storm the world of decoration in recent years due to their popular art deco style, these ancient kilims with floral motifs have a formidable and little-known history. Also called Bessarabian kilims, they are woven entirely in sheep's wool in different parts of Moldova by Turkish-speaking Christian peoples who perpetuate a millennial tradition of flatweaving. Their motifs are inspired by cartons (sketches) of French tapestries from the Aubusson region that circulated in Moldova in the middle of the 20th century, hence their Louis XVI style.