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Inspired by accessories of yesteryear, timeless objects in natural materials, pleasing to the eye as well as practical, these tools will become your faithful daily companions.  

 

 

Mr & Mrs Clynk

Andrée Jardin once again gave the designers “Mr & Mrs Clynk” the delicate task of combining “tradition” and “modernity” through a range of chic and elegant brushes.

This line, composed of a broom, a handbrush, and a dustpan, is available in different coulours such as : grey, black, white, sage etc. The range has the same spirit as the former ones : practical household accessories, with a streamlined and contemporary design : « The brooms are leaving the closet !

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For us, the handbrush is a centennial legend. It has been revisited and associated with the essential crumb sweeper in a « designer » gift pack. The carefully chosen colours add to their functional simplicity and classic beauty. 

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Ionna Vautrin

With its sleek design, the Canot brush range can be used daily in the kitchen to brush, scrub and clean vegetables and fruit. They remind us of our grandmothers’ brushes, often discreet but always faithful, within easy reach between the soap and the drainer.

 

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Ionna Vautrin was born in France in 1979, she graduated from the School of Design Nantes Atlantique in 2002.

She has worked for Camper in Spain, George J Sowden in Italy ,and Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec in France, and opened her own studio in 2011 after winning the Grand Prix of Creation of the city of Paris. Nowadays she collabrates with different brands, such as Moustache, Christian Dior, Foscarini,Christian Dior, Superette,Lexon…

Her work is the union of poetry and industry.

Ionna designs everyday items, to make them simple, obvious and yet surprising.Her projects are a combination of geometrical and organic shapes, with a mischievous and colourful spirit, an intuitive and practical use, and a warm and familiar presence.

 

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