Sarah Lavoine, the French acclaimed interior designer has found a first home for her Maison collection in New York City in the D&D Building, thanks to her partnership with Ressource. The designer had already worked closely with the brand two years ago when they launched together a painting collection of 32 shades including the now famous Bleu Sarah Lavoine, that has become a prominent element of the designer�s signature in her projects.
In this first US outpost Maison Sarah Lavoine is
showcasing her furniture and accessories
collection comprising lighting, textile, pillows, couches, benches, tables, poufs and even wall decor.
To celebrate the good news, and share her Summer inspiration, Maison Sarah Lavoine brings some items taken from her latest collection, ��Riviera�� mixed with her ��Intemporels��. Welcome to the Mediterranean coast where joie de vivre and style go together, no matter what the weather. An invitation
to relax and indulge, the new collection features bright colors and natural materials chosen for the comfort they will undoubtedly provide. The Home collection is produced by hand picked craftsmen, selected for their unique know-how.
The materials are natural and authentic
and reflect the designer's attachment to simple taste and impeccable long lasting style.
Try to see beyond trends, pick whatever will make you smile because this is how Maison Sarah Lavoine does it, � being
happy is a lifestyle �
Sarah Lavoine, A Parisian Icon
Sarah Lavoine founded her interior design studio
in 2002. In just 10 years, her name has become a synonym of Parisian style. She joyfully mixes contemporary aesthetics with exceptional craftsmanship.
Her chic flair is a balance of many inspirations, conveyed in her own furniture and accessories lines successfully launched in 2009. Her collection now counts couches, lighting, tableware, home decor accessories,
textile and fashion items.
Sarah Lavoine is the ambassador of a new � Art de vivre � la fran�aise �. With a true commitment to color � she has partnered with Ressource to create her own palette of 32 colors � she literally plays with magic
in all of her projects. Casual yet very elegant, warm and sophisticated, she translates in her interiors what makes Paris renowned worldwide. Regularly featured in the media, from Architectural Digest to Vogue Living, the New York Times, Elle Decoration and so forth, she recently completed the interior design of Le
Roch H�tel & Spa in Paris, that has already become a one-stop destination, L'Or�al Luxe HQ and successfully opened four shops and one shop in shop at Le Printemps Haussmann in Paris.