Elegance and a touch of luxury
Balanced lines, harmonious use of materials…The French art of living is synonymous with unforgettable elegance. It's a chic and timeless style that adorns interiors throughout the world.
Brass and two-tone black lacquer and mustard combine wonderfully in this majestic and refined table lamp. The stripes of the foot are recalled on the lampshade edged in black: the optical effect is perfect and this is where the dandy spirit enters the Élysée.
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Lacquered beech. Antique patina. Small: curry, medium: grey, large: army.
BONNET MANUFACTURE DE LITERIE
Since 1955, Bedding Bonnet has been faithful to the requirement of 100% French craftsmanship. The ORIGINE line is made to measure for each of our customers and entirely handmade by our master craftsmen, in our workshops in Besancon. Each mattress is fully padded by hand and filled with meticulously natural materials selected, of the highest quality, such as organic cotton, cashmere, silk, linen, horsehair... ORIGIN: the ultimate quest for perfection!
The Lili Ottoman has a simple and pure design. It invites you to relax with its rounded shapes. It is the harmonious marriage between steel and fabric.
Finishes: Light Bronze Patinated Brass Bronzed hot patinated brass Available dimensions: Width 260/280 cm, Deep 55/90 cm, Height 43/75 cm Width 200/220 cm, depth 55/90, Height 43/75 cm Width 140/160 cm, depth 55/90, Height 43/75 cm The price depends on the dimensions. Year of creation: 2020
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Ideal for giving a majestic character to a living room or bedroom, the Louis XV furniture proposed by Louis Roitel is characteristic of this style brought to the taste of the day. These Louis XV seats meet all the requirements of modern comfort. The seat, at the height of the table, and the backrest, all in scrolling, are thought to be fluffy and enveloping. For the Louis XV armchair, the feeling of comfort is further accentuated by the presence of armrests trimmed with cuffs.
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What would the most beautiful bathroom fixtures be without the perfect companion to offer a truly genuine relationship with water? Bathtubs, sinks, basins, bidets, toilets, as well as shower bases are availade in a plethora of perfectly coordinated styles. Here, you can let your imagination flow freely, creating the most sensible, or even the most daring combinations.
Hegoa sofas are endless composable thanks to the many existing modules. Their galvanized steel structure and cushions covered with ultra-resistant Sunbrella outdoor fabrics allow them to take place both in the living room and in the garden. Structures available in our 40 colours, 19 outdoor fabrics (other fabrics on request). Made in France
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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.
2018 creation designed by Inès Lucas and made by Maison Drucker. Elegant Matte lacquered rattan peeled structure with natural blade and satin weaving. After many decades, Drucker chooses to make again a true piece of inside decoration
A must-have lounge chair designed by Paulo Mendes da Rocha, winner of the 2006 Pritzker Prize. Very comfortable, the Paulistano lounge chair is a classic piece in timeless chic design. It has been part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art of New York (MoMA) since 2007. The Mesh Edition is 100% with stainless steel, while keeping its comfort
" Looking back over the history of the Chesterfield and extracting what still seems contemporary today." This is how Pierre Gonalons defines the creative exercise which brought Serge to fruition. In designing the Serge collection, he wanted to rediscover a certain elegance, that of the optimism and impertinence of Paris in the 1970s. Serge embodies that Parisian chic that can never really be defined but which is always reinventing itself.