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.
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.
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.
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