Atelier MaNo, the art of pimping your dining room

Decoration of the Mano Workshop with vases, cardboard graphic goblets, small Japanese ceramics, plates and sea salt

If you dream of giving a little “Pinterest” zip to your kitchen or dining room, come here. This concept-store, obsessed with design and food, gathers pieces with character to upgrade your table and boost your shelves.

Here: everything looks fab: whether it’s graphic Miss Etoile cardboard goblets for a picnic or an arty pitcher molded in a tree trunk, Japanese ceramics or amazing surrealist plates by Casalinghe Di Tokyo, sea salt wrapped up in a pouch with a Nicolas Vahé handicraft spirit to The Geometry of Pasta truffle sauce for deluxe house pastas. Budget? From 4€ to 200€.

Ultimate coolitude, a real à hot-dog chariot allows you to satisfy hunger pangs along with fruit juices and yummy pastries!

Because for the story, Thomas Delahaye, the co-founder, is also an interior architect and designer. His latest creations? The Beast, Hero restaurants and the Broken Biscuits coffee-shop, that supplies the eponymous cookies!

Design of The Mano Workshop by Thomas Delahaye

Open Tuesday to Saturday from 11am to 3pm and 4pm to 8pm.

Also discover Datcha, the decoration and crafts boutique in Paris.

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Where to find it?

Atelier MaNo

44, rue de Lancry

75010 Paris

01 40 37 95 75

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