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Brand Crush: Astier de Villatte

I am the epitome of transitional style. I love blending old with new, and when a friend recently described my home as "collected" my head grew by at least two sizes. It's exactly what I'm going for, so no better compliment could be paid. Coupled with the fact that I have a really strange affection for tableware, it's probably no surprise that I have the biggest, most major crush on all things Astier de Villatte. From dishes, to decorative, to stationery, to home fragrance, everything they do just screams my name. I can't get enough, and when I visited their Rue Saint Honoré store in Paris several years ago I really contemplated for a second how many more suitcases I would have to buy to bring it all back. Luckily it's sold stateside, so I didn't have to make any rash decisions that day.

All of their ceramics are completely unique and made by hand in France. Their black terracotta clay is glazed in white and their shapes are reminiscent of 18th and 19th century designs. The candles, available in both glass and ceramic vessels, are heaven and their colorful notebooks are silk-screened right in Paris.

Selecting my favorite pieces is virtually impossible, although I've attempted, but honestly my suggestion is to book a flight to Paris and check out the entire collection for yourself. Bon Voyage!


Astier de Villatte Store - Rue de Tournon, ParisPC Astier de Villatte via remodelista.com


Astier de Villatte Store - Rue de Tournon, ParisPC Astier de Villatte via remodelista.com











Marguerite Dinnerware


Etoile Dinner Plate


Cube Dessert Plate


Emilie Cup


Adelaide Serveware



Duck Candlestick



Rose Triple Vase

Alexandre Large Vase

Giant Fork - 10.5"


Giant Spoon - 10.5"


Hercule Pitcher


Colbert Pitcher


Twisted Cake Stand



Soap Dishes

Broadway Candle


Commune de Paris Candle

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