This furniture is from Sarthoise origin, it was used by the watchmaker for disassembly movements. One can notice the groove on the set, used to hold the pieces that could fall. Its two rows of drawers make it very useful even today.
Meubles de rangement
Meubles de rangement
Chiffonier Colette, Les Parisiennes, 3 drawers.
Chiffonier Madeleine, Les Parisiennes, 2 drawers.
Chiffonier Atelier de Couture, Les Parisiennes, 6 drawers.
Chiffonier, Marie Antoinette, Style Transition, 5 drawers.
Chest, Marie Antoinette, Style Transition, 7 drawers.
Chiffonier, Marie Antoinette, Style Transition, 6 drawers.
Jam cupboard, Les Coloristes, 1 door, 1 drawer.
Large entrance furniture, Les Coloristes, 2 doors.
Jam cupboard, Dolce Vita, Style 50 years, 2 drawers.
High furniture, Dolce Vita, Style 50 years, 4 doors.
Chest Récamier, Style Directoire, 7 drawers.
Jewelry cabinet, Récamier, Style Directoire, 4 drawers.
Jam cupboard Récamier, Style Directoire, 1 door, 2 drawers.
Large entrance, Récamier, Style Directoire, 2 doors.
Entrance furniture, Récamier, Style Directoire, 2 doors.
Chiffonier, Montespan, Style Transition, 6 drawers.
Chiffonier, Montespan, Style Louis XVI, 5 drawers.
Oval entrance, Montespan, Style Transition, 2 doors.
Inspired by a middle furniture seen in the kitchen of a gentleman's residence, today this very functional piece of furniture might usefully find its place in a bourgeois house.
Consulate furniture revisited that was once used for the classification and archiving of records of the General Consul. Today elegant accessory furniture.
Réinterprétation d’un meuble utilisé par le géographe pour archiver ses clichés cartographiques. Ce meuble de proportions très équilibrées, s’intègre parfaitement dans les intérieurs contemporains.
Inspired by a piece of furniture used in herbal stores for storing herbal teas. This furniture was in the tea room of a hospital in the Dijon area. Its proportions make it a particularly elegant piece. Its Directoire slightly patinated columns frame the harmonious arrangement of its doors and drawers.
Reinterpretation of a small piece of furniture found in the office of a lighthouse keeper close to Ouessant. It was used during each round of inspection. Here we found oilskins, sailor's jackets, marine sweaters, boots, waterproof torches.