In the south of France, the French are experts of l'art de vivre. They are able to make the everyday life beautiful with carefully selected décor.
Our pair of French mid century urns
Our marble top butcher's table
Our set of garden chairs were made in Paris in the 1920's
The French masterfully create beautiful spaces, both indoors and out. Meals are never rushed and there is always seasonal produce in abundance on an effortlessly chic table setting.
Our 18th century kitchen buffet
The dining room at Ett Hem in Stockholm is a welcoming and chic space to linger over a late breakfast or long lunch.
Our bronze Louis Philippe lustre
Our extra-large butcher's table
Citrus planted in a biot jar adds character and warmth to this beautiful modern marble kitchen.
A simple selection of pots and plants bring the outdoors in. The gilt wood mirror and console table add a touch of luxury to this beautiful entry space by Lucas Eilers.
Carefully chosen and positioned pieces can transform a garden patio to make it more polished and individual.
Our pair of Medici urns
Our French marble-top gueridons date to the early 1900's
Fresh flowers, vintage pieces and collections are well loved and admired and make these spaces have that je ne sais quoi...
Our French Provincial confit pot
All of our pieces are one-off and have a rich provenance - the foundation to L'art de vivre! Explore the full Chez Pluie collection here.
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