With its sober lines and Directoire style, the 556 chiffonier is perfect for the exotic and lush drawings of Le Presse Papier. If Savannah Nuit has an abundant vegetation, where hydrangeas, ferns and wild carrot flowers of surprising realism bloom, Les Singes Bleus reads like a tribute to a fresco more than 3500 years old (-1600 BC) discovered on Santorini Insland, and incredibly modern.
Dressed in this way, each chiffonier displays its own personality, full of the creative audacity of the house. For who better than Moissonnier knows how to give the pieces resulting from the great tradition of French cabinetmaking that singular twist?Discover
In the refined setting of an alcove, a few carefully chosen pieces create a boudoir with very 18th century lines. The choice of furniture, colours and materials... everything is brought together to create the famous elegance of the French art of living.Discover
Here, wood reigns supreme, sublimely embodied by a waxed walnut Arbalète chest of drawers. Celadon, purple and navy blue tones combine to create a warm and comfortable atmosphere. The wood paneled walls reinforce the "family home" spirit and highlight the manufactory's expertise in stylish furnishings.Discover
On the occasion of Paris Déco Off, the Parisian event that celebrates furniture publishers, Moissonnier unveils its 2020 collection and the universes that make it up. Parisian chic inspires classic pieces shaken up by a total look effect, a new matt patina? A certain couture and so parisian spirit.
Moissonnier pays tribute to French art de vivre with its new designs inspired by “Blue in Heaven”.
The luxury cabinetmaker invites you along on a stylistic journey full of personality, that draws inspiration from French artistic heritage with a fresh interpretation of traditional codes and the idiosyncratic touch that is its hallmark.Discover
To help you to plan your gateway for the summer, we have selected a mix of Moissonnier "must have" for this summer.
Blue horizons to jump into this summer : navy, indigo... and the timeless white M.
From 14 to 25th of May, the moovie world met up at the Cannes film festival for the 72th edition.
The discreet PATIO CANAL + is an inevitable place during this fortnight.
This 600sqm patio has been imagined by Marie Claire Maison like a warm and chic living space.
Our English armchairs Cary, Joyce pouffe upholstered in House of Hackney, our vitrine Miss Daisy or our Grand canal lamp entertain this mix and match into this happy jungle !Discover
Discover our selection "Scandinavian winter" !Discover
COLLECTION MISS BY MOISSONNIER
Moissonnier’s new range – MISS – borrows the brand’s DNA to create something new.
Featuring plain lines and redefined volumes, better suited to the habits of a new era : the advent of Generation Y, always on the move, impulsive, and passionate about design and personalised interiors. Patinas are more matt, colours are muted; what remains is the craftsmanship, the artistry of the artisan’s hand.
MISS encapsulates the entire Moissonnier spirit, famous for its unique twist.
COLLECTION MISS BY MOISSONNIER
Moissonnier is famous for its "Haute-couture" collection.
The new line Miss will be its "Ready to wear" : affordable luxury & modern twist.
Beautifully crafted & colorful spirit are still the DNA of this new line. New matt hand painted finish brings modernity.
The furniture made by Moissonnier is often reminiscent of the idea of a large family estate.
A country home, both intimate and majestic, where periods blur together and a sophisticated crowd of guests mingle happily.Discover
Among the legends of French couture, Mademoiselle Chanel and Monsieur Dior have defined a the rules for timeless elegance. Moissonnier transposes them to furniture, with exquisite finishes, precise designs a real alchely between black & white.
This interior tells us of a man of taste. A man aware of details, who knows the importance of comfort. He is a dandy who inverts codes to make them his own.
Anthracite panelling enhances the elegance of the room interspersed with red. The false leopard skin carpet, inspired by Madeleine Castaing, adds a wild element.
Beauty is a friend of well-being in this refined interior.
The french art de vivre takes pride of place. It is expressed in the finely sculpted wood of a trumeau converted into a free-standing mirror, or in a semi-circular Louis XVI banquette. It is reflected again in the marquetry of a marble-topped pedestal table with gilded bronze feet.
Gris pearl panellings highlighted with white and black commend Monsieur Dior.