Written by Fabienne Reybaud and Pierre Sauvage, Foreword by Michael S. Smith, Photographed by Vincent Thibert
Pierre Sauvage, designer of luxury homewares and interiors, brings the reader inside his French homes--both urban and country--providing inspiration and advice for creating effortlessly elegant interiors and garden spaces.
Against the backdrop of his exceptional homes in France, Pierre Sauvage--owner and art director of Casa Lopez, the legendary Parisian housewares firm whose stylish furnishings feature exceptional handicraft produced in France, Spain, Italy, and Portugal--showcases his very personal and contemporary style of decorating and entertaining. His striking use of color and textures sets the tone for each room and serves as a counterpoint to his playful matchings of materials and patterns, which work equally well in his Parisian apartment, rustic farmhouse in Normandy, and stone summer home in Provence. With discriminating taste, Sauvage pairs modern furniture with singular antiques. From bold interiors to elegant outdoor spaces, each home is infused with his connoisseur's eye for refined details.
About The Author
Pierre Sauvage spent fourteen years in public relations in Paris, representing prestigious luxury clients such as Christian Dior Couture, Pierre Frey, Roche Bobois, Wedgwood, Tiffany, Jean-Charles de Castelbajac, Mauboussin, Plaza Athénée, Frédéric Malle perfumes, the Hotel Meurice, and The Comité Colbert. In 2014, he acquired Casa Lopez, a bespoke carpet and decorative home accessories firm founded in the 1980s that embodies elegant French country style.
Fabienne Reybaud is a journalist for Le Figaro, specialized in the luxury industry.
Vincent Thibert is a lifestyle photographer whose work regularly appears in magazines such as Architectural Digest and Elle Décor