Dior Maison unveils the 7 collection, Jules Sandeau Arts de la table
Named after the street that housed Christian Dior’s apartment at 7, boulevard Jules Sandeau in Paris, Dior Maison’s latest tableware collection sees elegant patterns adorned with wildflowers and swallows.
The 7, Jules Sandeau tableware collection is designed by the artistic director of Dior Maison Cordelia de Castellane, whose inspiration was drawn from his passion for the French art of living.
At its core, the collection centers around wildflowers and birds, including clematis, peonies and dahlias, as well as swallows. These can even be found locked inside some rooms, like decanters and decorative glass balls. Other variations of these patterns are transposed on porcelain plates of three different sizes and hand-painted natural linen placemats.
The collection also offers candlesticks in matching colors that speak of heritage and modernity, in perfect resonance with the lifestyle that Monsieur Dior cultivated. Scroll through the gallery below to learn more about the 7 Jules Sandeau tableware collection from Dior Maison.
(All images: Dior)
Find out more at dior.com/maison/7-jules-sandeau.