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Which Adam & Viktoria pillows would you choose? I want them all!

Just Gorgeous!

Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous! That’s all I can say about the custom blue-and-gold crystal swan chandelier and matching wall lights Marie Christophe has created for designer Jean-Louis Deniot.

The Center Of Attention

Marie Christophe’s custom chandelier is the center of attention in the showroom of fashion/interior designer Pierre Louis Mascia, who is based in Milan and Toulouse.

An Oasis Of Opulence

Marie Christophe’s wall mirrors bring a bit of fantasy into the bathroom, turning it into an oasis of opulence.

My Sofa Is Going To Be Super Excited

I love the flowers of Adam & Viktoria’s Flou, which is French for soft, fuzzy and flowing. These blooms look like they are billowing in the wind over a field.

Marie’s Fairy Fingers

Perhaps it is the lack of travel, but artisan, hand crafted accents from faraway places create a global and thoughtful aesthetic while enhancing the idea of a mental escape.. and with all of us spending more time at home, these coveted pieces have the ability to transport us to faraway places!
Let’s start with France… can we just talk about this aerial and poetic Mongolfliere chandelier made by Marie Christophe’s fairy fingers!!

At Home With Jean-Louis

The July issue of AD features the LA home of Paris based global design star and world traveler, Jean-Louis Deniot and the custom chandelier Marie Christopher made for the bedroom. Set in the white rafters, the four-light fixture, adorned with black, white and gold ceramics, is a dynamic constellation that spins a new look. You can see more of his “honey hue” and his spectacular home in July Architectural Digest magazine!!

Shining Its Artful Light

In love with Marie Christophe’s bouteille lamp, which is wickedly wonderful and oversized just the way we like it.

Scenes From The Farm

Scenes from the farm translated by Marie Christophe… farm life is my everything!

More Homework Please

If only all schools looked like this! Shirin Von Wulffen, co founder of Bastide and the wife of French hairstylist Frederic Fekkai, posted this beautiful photo of their son studying under an enormous custom chandelier Marie Christophe created for their home in the South of France.

All I can say is : More homework please!

Vie Parisienne–So French And So Fabulously Chic!

There’s just something about French women — the way they dress is completely understated yet always chic. They look exotic and glam by simply slinging a silk scarf around their necks.

So I’m not surprised that Marie Christophe, my favorite Frenchwoman, designed these wonderfully witty wall sculptures to hold scarves!

Phoebe, I Saw It First!

Phoebe’s (Phoebe Philo for those of you don’t know know) Paris flat is as chic and fabulous as the clothes she created for Celine …she was the creative director of my favorite fashion label, Celine from 2008-2018. Of course, I think I have wonderful taste, and this was reaffirmed when I found out that she purchased two of these limited edition hand woven Tibetan wool Ryan McGinness rugs for her Paris flat which was featured in Vogue US during the time I was representing Ryan’s limited edition rug collection!
It is the same Ryan McGinness rug that I own!! It’s such an amazing artwork woven into life. I’m not surprised that she fell in love with its graphic, figurative, and stylized imagery because it’s loaded with “Where’s Waldo?” whimsy.

Calming Colors

Adam & Viktoria’s beautiful patterned velvet pillows in gorgeous hues to drive away the Tuesday blues!

Colossal Candleholder

Marie Christophe’s colossal candleholder is a shapely sculpture, with or without the candle.

Visit Memories If Not Places

Shell-Bougainvillea brings summer home, evoking memories of happy days lying by the cold, blue sea. The silk and merino textile, handwoven, hand dyed and hand appliqued, is dove grey, oatmeal and lilac with shots of cobalt blue, fuchsia, scarlet and mustard.

Jean-Louis Deniot And Marie Christophe

“I decided to go through every single cliché of a French country house,” Deniot says. What makes the French country house is the law of opposites,” Deniot says. “It’s what makes it decadent, not to be taken seriously, and user-friendly.” To that end, Jean-Louis commissioned Marie Christophe to create a lovely sheep in wire adorned with white and black ceramics. It stands proudly in front of stacks of Hermès boxes which create a vibrant orange sculpture in the sitting room off the main bedroom suite of Jean-Louis Deniot’s country house 30 miles outside of Paris. You can read all about it in the September issue of Elle Decor magazine!!!

Swaddled In A Bed Of Straw

This bejeweled beauty from Marie Christophe arrived swaddled in a bed of straw. Such a pretty surprise!

Double Bouquet Of Beauty

What’s more beautiful than one Marie Christophe chandelier? Two, of course!

Apparently French beauty guru Frederic Fekkai thought so – he commissioned her to create a pair of custom Lustre Rose chandeliers to illuminate a dining table in his estate in the South of France. You can see it in Architectural Digest and L’Officel de la Mode.

Elegant And Understated

“I love a room that’s elegant, but really laid back and easy on the eyes,…a kind of uncluttered elegance that’s been paired down and really well-edited” Victoria Smith (aka sfgirlbythebay). Victoria talks about well edited spaces on the blog today and features Marie Christophe’s elegant and chic house. I couldn’t agree with you more Victoria because I love Marie’s house and just adore her blue eyed octopus!

The Layered Look

I love the layered look … Austin-based decorator Fern Santini chose Adam & Viktoria’s pillows to bring a touch of elegance to a lake-house sofa.

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