France has been known for centuries as a citadelle of luxurious lifestyle. Especially because Paris was always considered as a capital of fashion, an inspirational design center, who set and defined fashion trends, influencing the world of interior design.
So it’s no wonder that when it comes to French interior designers, you can find some of the most important movers and shakers the industry has ever known.
In this curated selection we are going to present you the best French interior designers and their luxury sideboards and cabinets.
Mathieu Lehanneur´s Inverted Gravity
Mathieu Lehanneur is one of the few French interior designers of his generation who can embrace as many different fields beyond the luxury furniture. It innovates with objects and magic architectures that brew design, science, art, and technology for the well-being of its users. Water, sound, and light are his favorite material.
Roche Bobois Lift
Each Roche Bobois piece has its own unique personality, combining the talent, boldness, and inventiveness of a designer, with your own style and creativity – like this unique sideboard Lift.
Vincent Dubourg´s Vortex
Vincent Dubourg is a designer who is inspired by both the calm of nature as well as the hustle and bustle of urban surroundings. His masterpiece – Vortex buffet consists of metallic furniture pieces that appear to be frozen midway through exploding. We love it!
Gilles & Boissier
When designers are working their magic on the illustrious Four Seasons hotels you know they’re capable of something really special. Patrick Gilles and Dorothée Boissier were destined to work together. Their united creative minds are a force to be reckoned with and blending classic and contemporary styles with neutral colour palettes is their forte.
After studying interior designer in Paris and gaining experience in his role as European creative director for Ralph Lauren, Minassian started up on his own agency in 1993 and soon skyrocketed to an internationally renowned name. Space is a primary concern for this designer who redesigns interiors to assist the flow of movement. Minassian’s work can also be identified by the use of sophisticated fabrics and muted colours.
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