De nombreux guides français et internationaux de référence présentent La Maison Ivre.

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Monday, March 05, 2012

chic souvenirs- French tea towels


One of my favorite souvenirs to recommend to clients is French linens.  Tea towels are especially nice, as you don't necessarily have to match someone's kitchen exactly, and they are light and easy to pack!  They can also be used as hand towels in a bathroom- and I've always thought that a few together would be an adorable kitchen curtain.  Each season, many of the big brands come out with new designs and colors, like Monsieur Rabbit, above.  Classic neutrals are always a good bet as well, or why not go more touristy with an Eiffel Tower version?  The classic Le Jacquard Francais models can be found in all big department stores, and Sylvine at La Maison Ivre has an amazing collection of French linens in all colors and sizes.



  FIGARO MADAME JAPON, 2006

N° 315, mars 2006
"La vie à la campagne, un rêve éternel des parisiens", p. 64 /65


  COMMERCES DE PARIS, 2005

Rubrique "Magasin de porcelaine", p. 111 et suite.
Photo, p. 113


  FROMMER'S PARIS 2003

" This charming shop is perfect for country-style ceramics that add authenticity to French-country decor. It carries an excellent selection of handmade pottery from all over France, with an emphasis on Provençal and southern French ceramics, including ovenware, bowls, platters, plates, pitchers, mugs, and vases. "


  FOOD LOVER'S GUIDE TO PARIS 1999

" Pottery ; Young, friendly Sylvine Nobécourt has filled her shop with bright hand-painted faïence. Her collection of artisanal pottery and hand-blown glass comes from all over France. Come here to find traditional floral-design faïence from Provence, including lovely café au lait cups ; plant-shaped ceramic knife rests ; ceramic platters and salad bowls in abstract designs ; and wicker cups lined with resin - great for a picnic. "


  FODOR'S PARIS 1999

" La Maison Ivre sells traditional pottery from all over France with an emphasis on yellow and green glazed Provençal styles. "


  A GREAT WEEK-END IN PARIS 1999

" The crockery here is all handcrafted, in the blues, honey-colours and greens of Provence. Original patterns and a selection of printed tablecloths with fruit-and-flower designs, which goes well with the natural designs of the pottery. Decorated plates from 135 francs, plain plates from 75 francs. "


  TIME OUT PARIS 1997

" Paris became a suburb of St Rémy-de-Provence in the late 1980s, and this store is one of the many outgrowths of that phenomenon. Traditional hand-made pottery from all over France with a decided emphasis on yellow and green glazed Provençal styles. Also table cloths, wicker bread dishes, hand-woven baskets and a good selection of gifts for under 100 F, includind eggcups, salt dishes and candle holders. "


  GAULT & MILLAU 1997

" Diplômée de Sciences-Po avant de se reconvertir dans le commerce, la charmante Sylvine Nobécourt est devenue une accro aux poteries, qu'elle sélectionne à l'instinct. Les poteries qu'elle préfère, les imparfaites aux traits irréguliers, proviennent d'une trentaine de fabricants différents. Mais qu'elles soient en grès ou en terre vernissée, elles sont toujours, toutes, très colorées et gaies (...) "


  LE PARIS DE C. BROUILLET 1996

" (...) Quand vous vous promenez dans le 6ème arrondissement, profitez-en pour vous acheter des torchons à La Maison Ivre ; ils sont beaux, originaux et ... légers. Les cotons sont de qualité, les thèmes variés : citrons, cocotiers, verres, poissons. (...) "


  PUDLO 1996

" Vaisselle et objets de la maison dénichés chez des artisans de nos provinces françaises : poteries peintes à la main, terres vernissées et céramiques d'art aux couleurs chaudes et motifs décoratifs se retrouvent sur des meubles anciens et des tables aux nappes colorées. "


  PARIS GUIDE 1995

" A find ! You can bring sunshine into the darkest winter with handmade pottery sold at this warm and welcoming shop. The bright colors that one associates with the South of France are here in abundance and the store's friendly staff is glad to pack it up so it won't break on your trip home. Although you could spend a fortune here, there are also plenty of small items such as egg cups, salt shakers and candlesticks with prices that fit any budget. "


  MAISONS COTE SUD 1994

" Rive gauche, La Maison Ivre regorge de terres vernissées et de poteries traditionnelles qui racontent la terre de nos régions françaises et particulièrement celle de la Provence (...) "


  PARIS CHIC ET PRATIQUE 1992

" La Maison Ivre fait référence au bateau d'Arthur Rimbaud, très apprécié de Sylvine Nobécourt qui collectionne les poteries, particulièrement celles qu'elle trouve en Provence. Ainsi que de très beaux paniers en coco et corde (...) "


  ELLE DECO 1992

" Sylvine Nobécourt a, pendant des mois, parcouru la France à la recherche de produits et d'artisans inconnus. (...) Terres cuites colorées, poteries, les plus belles sont monochromes et de forme classique. (...) "