Want to know where to find stylish St. Tropez home decor worthy of your French Riviera postcode? Here are four of our favourite St. Tropez furniture stores.
Saint Tropez has been a hub for creative talent since the 19th century, when the likes of Picasso and Matisse frequented the inspirational town. Then, in the 1920s, St-Tropez welcomed a young Bohemian crowd of artists and fashion designers from around the world – figures such as Coco Chanel, who designed the stunning Villa Pausa nestled in the hills behind Saint-Tropez. Following in Coco’s footsteps, the style icons of today still visit for St. Tropez home decor inspiration. But you don’t have to be an A-lister to glean interior design ideas from the many St. Tropez furniture stores – you just need to know where to look.
Four exquisite St. Tropez home decor stores
1. L’Atelier 55
Nestled just a few streets back from the marina, L’Atelier 55 amalgamates modern-day style with the rustic charm of Saint Tropez’s Franco-maritime heritage. Contemporary canvases on vibrantly-painted walls form the backdrop for this range of St. Tropez home decor; from wicker chairs to ceramic coffee tables – it’s a veritable Aladdin’s cave of furnishings. L’Atelier is a far cry from other the minimalist furniture stores in France – and a lot more inviting.
If you’re looking for something a little more modern for your St Tropez villa, Amara has it covered. The luxury international store houses a huge variety of those special pieces that make a house a home. Photo frames to footstools, picnic sets to pyjamas – there’s little chance of you leaving empty handed. Don’t forget to take a look at their amazing selection of outdoor lighting – to make those warm, romantic al fresco evenings even more dazzling.
3. La Vieille Mer
For those who want a nautical twist on their home decor, be sure to check out La Vieille Mer, specialists in marine antiques and nautical art objects. Located right in the centre of town, La Vielle Mer boasts a precious array of antique St. Tropez furniture from way back when. The old lanterns and immaculate wooden helms transport you back to a time of adventurous naval exploration – true relics from a golden era. It’s a strangely humbling experience to look through an original brass telescope and wonder what the former owners gazed out upon.
While relics are a wonderful way to personalise your household, there are some essentials every home needs. Objets brings the kitchen to the forefront of St. Tropez home decor; impress dinner guests with brightly-coloured glass bubble bowls, artisan cutlery or even crystal champagne flutes – must haves for a quintessential St-Tropez home.
So there we have it – four of our favourite St Tropez furniture stores for finding the chicest pieces. Ready, set, decorate!