Guillaume is an interior design store, located in the heart of Le Marais in Paris. At the heart of the concept is the desire to offer a mix of antiques and contemporary design in the way an interior designer could do it.
End of number he will be having a pop up shop in Beirut with exclusive and handpicked selections from around the world. these decorative items will suit various budgets and tastes.
"For more than a year, I’ve searched for antiques at auctions or at dealers in France or abroad to offer an eclectic selection from the 18th century til the 1980s. Some pieces are signed (Fornasetti, Guy Lefevre, Maison Charles…), others aren’t but all have a specific charm.
These antiques are mixed with contemporary designs, some in exclusivity in France:
– Madeline Weinrib (New York) – Exclusivity – The famous textile and rug designer has for the first time accepted to be distributed in France. I’ve done a selection of wool and cotton rugs, with graphic patterns and bright colors, which Madeline Weinrib is know for.
– John Robshaw (New York) – Exclusivity – A painter and a designer, John Robshaw creates a gorgeous collection of richly patterned cushions, made in India.
– David Hicks (London): 4 types of fabrics created by the über-famous 60s interior designer for a selection of cushions in vintage fabrics.
– Moustache (Paris): Chairs/Lamps by Inga Sempé, Matali Crasset or Big Game, from the very dynamic young French firm.
And soon: the gorgeous ceramics by Waylande Greggory (New York – already distributed by Bergdorf Goodman), tables and stools by Nada Debs (Beirut, Lebanon)…"