A gouache-covered screen to be found at France Lasserre’s booth is just the thing to add a poetic touch to a dining room, creating an atmosphere reminiscent of an old-style family home. The latest decorative looks opt for antique dishes, furniture and kilims, and patinated, waxy hues.
At Comptoir Yamaska Nord, Véronique Garcia-Chevillotte, assisted by her daughters Charlotte and Naiara, has a poetic way of mixing styles and eras. She restores everything from old doors and garden columns to 18th-century armchairs, and also offers some tableware. One example is a beautiful 18th-century Limoges-porcelain tea service with gold decorations and monograms. Suitable […]
At Epoquités, Guy Diffon and Giuseppe Mancini offer a wide range of major-brand glassware, carafes and silverware. While these two experts find that timeless Baccarat and Saint Louis services still appeal to visitors, new trends are emerging. Enamelled vases have been popular in recent years, and now colourful table glasses are all the rage. […]