TALENTED PEOPLE – The Boys at Atelier Vime

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If you took a look at the post just before this, you will have seen a bit of the the trend in wicker (lighting, furniture and accessories) that is sweeping the decorating world. Anthony Watson and Benoit Rauzy, the boys at Atelier Vime, have turned traditional wicker-working into a contemporary craft in their beautiful 18th century home / atelier in the Provencal town of Vallabregues.

Their wares include vintage items as well as their new Atelier Vime Editions series of beautifully hand crafted mirrors, tables, lighting and accessories. Even if you don’t find what you are looking for on their site, you will be very impressed by the gorgeous pictures of their home / atelier showing how to combine tapestries, mid-century modern and wicker pieces to create a look that is super sophisticated yet so very simple and livable (Luxury ruralism at it’s best).

I’ve picked out a few of my favorites below. Enjoy! – VLR

All pictures are by ATELIER VIME.

The Gabriel Suspension Lamp is 1380 Euros and is wired for European electricity (but I do know that the socket and wiring could be changed by an electrician. I have done it on all of my European lighting)
The Aramis Suspension light is 1980 Euros and entirely made by hand.
The XXL Rattan Mirror is 1250 Euros.
The Medici Vase and Pedestal is made to order, Contact AV for pricing and lead times.
The Edith Floor Lamp is 980 Euros.
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Boulbon Table Accessories run from 120-220 Euros.
This Primavera Armchair and Low Table set is from 1967 by Franca Helg. Contact AV for pricing.
I’m totally stuck on this beautiful Italian Towel / Coat Rack circa 1960. Contact AV for pricing.
How amazing would this Rope & Opaline Globe Hanging Lamp be in a beach house, or a powder room, or in the entry of your Brooklyn townhouse! It’s by Andoux-Minnet. Contact AV for pricing.
This pair of Rattan and Ceramic Vases are from the ’70’s and, well, just send me to the moon. Contact AV for pricing.

4 Responses

  1. Madeleine Guedj

    Hello,
    I live now,in Marseille which is about 2 hours drive away from Arles and the photos you posted make me feel like going there.
    This kooks gorgeous…I will keep you posted about my trip there!
    Arles is becoming such a trendy place now…

  2. Claire Dellière

    Amazing Primavera 60s chair and table plus the 70s vases; a very inspiring piece.

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