french decor

Rene Lalique featured image

Artisan in glass and creator of family firm Cristal Lalique RenĆ© Lalique was a FrenchRead More →

George Barbier featured image

George Barbier was one of the Great French Illustrators of the early 20th centuryRead More →

Albatros polyester and fibreglass chair by Danielle Quarante

She began her professional career as a graphic designer, specialising in exhibition design. In 1966 she worked on product design (children’s furniture, hi-fi systems).Read More →

French Art Deco Rattan Chairs Design Jean-Michel Frank for Ecart International

After World War I, he worked as a cabinetmaker at Jacques-Emile Ruhlmann’s studio in Paris, where he met decorator Adolphe Chanaux, who had collaborated with AndrĆ© Groult and Jacques-Emile Ruhlmann on the 1925 Paris ‘Exposition Internationale des Arts DĆ©coratifs et Industriels Modernes.’Ā Read More →

Jean-Maurice Rothschild cocktail table

He began working in 1921 for Jacques-Emile Ruhlmann in Paris as a designer and artisan. He participated in the design of Ruhlmann’s ‘HĆ“tel du collectionneur’ at the 1925 Paris ‘Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs et Industriels Modernes.’Read More →

Phillippe Starck featured image

Phillippe Starck is one of the most widely known artistā€designer ‘names’ in the late 20th and early 21st centuries, Starck is one of France’s most fĆŖted designers who has worked across a wide range of media. His work epitomises the intersection of art and design, its often fanciful qualities attracting both critical approbation and criticism, particularly in such commissions as pasta for Panzani (1987). Read More →

Paul Follot featured image

His early graphic design reflected a fascination with mediaeval and Pre-Raphaelite art. He joined Julius Meier-shop Graefe’s La Maison Moderne in Paris in 1901. He met Maurice DufrĆ©ne and designed bronzes, jewellery, and fabrics.Read More →

Initially, he collaborated with architect Charles Plumet. Tony and Pierre Selmersheim worked together on furniture, furnishings, lighting, and the interior design of various structures.Read More →

For over 2000 years, cast iron cooking pots have been used. They have long been valued for their durability and heat retention capacity, and it is not uncommon for these valuable items to be passed down from generation to generation. The addition of enamelling is now a significant advancement in this traditional material.Read More →

Sideboard by Jaques Klein featured image

Jaque Klein was a French decorator and furniture designer. In 1942, he founded his firm, 31 rue de Miromesnil, Paris, after designing wallpaper and rugs for the Galeries Lafayette department store in Paris. Delepoulle and Gouffe both made some of his furniture.Read More →

Plumy Sofa by Annie HieĢronimus featured image

The Plumy line was inspired by the 1980s and is a revival of the famous model that first debuted over 35 years ago. Plumy’s enveloping design is the ultimate of comfort and relaxation, made entirely of bonded blocks of polyether and Bultex polyurethane foams of various densities.Read More →

Kafer Stool featured image

The Kafa Stool is a subtle proclamation of weight, excellent as a compositional counter-balance or a lone anecdote, both physically and compositionally substantial. This stool, which comes in marble or oak, has an intense physicality that is gently offset by the curved focus of its design.Read More →

Salon of the Hotel du Collectionneur (1925) interior designed by Pierre Patout

Following the war, he collaborated with his friend Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann, a decorator. They worked together on designs for the International Exhibition of Modern Decorative and Industrial Arts, which took place in Paris from April to October 1925 and gave the style its name. Read More →

GeĢrard Dalmon featured image

he opened Galerie NĆ©otu in Paris, and then in 1990, he opened Galerie NĆ©otu in New York.Read More →

Daybed Jacques Hitier featured image

Index: abc | def | ghi | jkl | mno | pqr | stu |Read More →

AndreĢ Groult featured image

AndrĆ© Groult (1884 – 1967) was a French interior designer and furniture designer who contributed to the Art Deco movement. Curving and organic shapes, as well as vibrant materials, characterised his work. As a result, his art has been described as a blend of tradition and modernism.Read More →

Pierre Balmain black and white featured image

Pierre Balmain (1914 – 1982) was a French fashion designer and the influential postwar fashion house Balmain founder. He described the art of dressmaking as “the architecture of movement,” and he was known for his sophistication and elegance.Read More →

French Decor books featured image.

The French decor is back in style, and it’s the ideal style for your home. This style of dĆ©cor has something unique about it, and while it can seem to be carefree, it adheres to an ideology that finds beauty in flaws. If you want to emulate the magnificent French countryside style in your home, you will want to check out these Kindle Edition books.Read More →