Our exhibition "Atelier d'été" until June 18th
"L’atelier du céramiste nous inspire par ses trésors d'objets en terre, de pièces non conformes, de tests d'émaillage non retenus, de produits crus en attente de cuisson, d'outils experts, de poussière blanche,...
Les céramiques semblent prêtes à l'emploi mais à bien y regarder, elles conservent un esprit d'ébauche, des imperfections maîtrisées et souhaitées. Le vestiaire lui, est adapté à ce travail d'atelier avec des vestes en toile de coton et de lin, des chemises d'artiste amples et légères, des fichus en gaze de lin. La pause déjeuner fait la part belle à la vaisselle émaillée et au linge de tradition. Le travail accompli, le rangement et nettoyage s'effectuent avec des serviettes en lin ou en jacquard de coton, des brosses et balais en paille."
Our sustainable and desirable selection
Whether it's a well thought-out design or proven functionality, objects and furniture that last are the best way to treat your loved ones (or yourself!).
Made in Not-Far
At least 90% of the products offered come from Europe (EU + UK, Norway, Switzerland), of which 40% from France.
The country of origin is always specified, and refers not to the country of design, but to the country of actual manufacturing.
The remaining 10% come from fair trade, or from unique craftsmanship (especially from Japan).
A beautiful material is first and foremost a natural material, not derived from petrochemicals.
It must be renewable (wood, wool, linen, organic cotton), and if not, easily recyclable (steel, ceramic, cast iron) and sometimes recycled (recycled steel, recycled wool). No plastic, no synthetic fibers.
In this photo, the knives in stainless steel blade and cherry wood by the German manufacture Robert Herder.
Makers who really make
More than 70% of our brands and manufacturers have their own production facilities, whether it be a craftsman's workshop or a larger factory.
This is the key to product quality, as any problem could be corrected immediately.
It is also the guarantee of a supply without any intermediary, for products at their fair value.
In this photo, the weaving of the Mette chair, handmade by the Danish manufacturer Findahls Møbelfabrik.
Follow our fancies!
What new surprises have our favorite manufacturers concocted for you?
What new treasures have we discovered?
Follow our news, our desires, our Coups de coeur!
The place that used to house the former General Treasury of the 10th arrondissement of Paris,
gave its name to our project: La Trésorerie,
where you can find the treasures of your daily life.
The general store
In the tradition of general stores and old bazaars, drugstores, hardware stores and haberdasheries where you could find everything you needed to equip your household, La Trésorerie brings together beautiful, useful and respectful objects and products that are still accessible.
11, rue du château d’eau 75010 Paris
Subway République or Jacques Bonsergent
+33 (0)1 40 40 20 46 / email@example.com
Suite, the furniture and lighting shop
This second address, located just opposite the first shop, offers a 150m² selection of furniture, lighting and decorative objects from European manufacturers. Far from the frantic race for trends, Suite invites you to take the time to choose, to imagine, to plan...
8, rue du château d’eau 75010 Paris
Subway République ou Jacques Bonsergent
+33 (0)1 42 82 14 49 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Our brands and manufacturers
A social and environmental commitment, a loyal relationship, a choice for the long term and for quality: our brands and manufacturers choose us as much as we choose them.