Are you dreaming of going to Paris? Aren’t we all dying to have a group over for dinner or even a couple of people for cocktails? Do you follow La Tuile a’ Loup on Instagram? If not you are in for a treat. Located in Paris, in the 5th arrondissement, La Tuile à Loup has carried french artisanal ceramics for over 40 years. When the original owners retired in 2006, Eric Goujou purchased the small shop. Eric was already a customer and his interest in the art of the handmade inspired him to preserve and support the artisans who craft the works of art. Today I am delighted to feature wares from Eric’s charming shop.
Let’s take a look at the Collected Look-La Tuile a’ Loup
In his shop, Eric creates these beautiful tablescapes mixing gorgeous blooms, wonderful textiles and vintage linens, and interesting flatware.
The gorgeous french blue tablecloth forms a gorgeous background for the marbelized plates.
The playful mix of patterns and the natural bouquet highlight these wonderful plates and pitchers in this La Tuile a’ Loop tablescape.
I love the addition of the unexpected pink florals in this gorgeous vase.
French Garden roses, hypericum berries, and celosia bring life to this table setting.
I am guessing the tablecloth and napkins here are vintage. I am in awe of the marbelized wares mixed with bamboo flatware similar linked below.
Love how he picked up the slightest bit of red in the tablecloth and added the vintage monogrammed napkins. You can find similar ones here on Etsy.
This Rabbit Terrine is to die for.
I will showcase one of Eric’s red creations on my Sunday faves. If you would like to follow Eric on Instagram you can do so here. This is just a small sampling of his work. There is a link in his profile as well if you would like to purchase any of his line. Everything is handmade and he does custom work as well. Should we all meet in Paris in the fall at Eric’s shop?
If you would like more tablescape inspiration you can find some of my tablescapes here.
You might also enjoy my Pinterest Board tablescapes here.