Because your home sweet home deserves more than a cut/paste from the latest catalogue of a certain Swedish giant, Amandine Furhmann and Mériadek Caraës, former collaborators of gallery owner Kamel Mennour, founded Datcha, a creative studio producing super stylish craftsmanship objects for the house.
Here and nowhere else
Their credo? Producing less, but more. The collections, twice per year, are designed in Paris and produced exclusively by hand by artisans and cooperatives chosen for their know-how in France, but also in Spain, Portugal, Morocco and India. Ancestral techniques at the service of decorative pieces in keeping with the times—the idea is right on target.
Result, small series of unique trendy series objects, without the “déjà vu” effect. Good news, all their creations are accessible online by going to the e-shop of Datcha and the boutique in Paris on Rue de Paradis.
On our wishlist
A super fun salad bowl with polka dots (€40), plates with marble effect enameled with soap suds (starting at €18), a pretty braided Moroccan carpet to slip at the foot of the sofa (€100) with matching table sets (€11), vases from Andalousia with very 70s geometric motifs (€65).
Cool also, a set of two coat hooks in hammered cast aluminium, as practical as they are stylish (€50) and cups ornamented with corals that vous teleport you to Formentera when you hop out of bed (€20).
Open Tuesday to Saturday from 11am to 7pm.
Also check out the new decoration concept-stores déco online.