Wednesday, May 5, 2010


Maison Au Naturel's facade with boxwood in urns sets the country- in- the- city scene in West Hollywood.

Beamed ceilings add to the French countryside ambiance

Dining and entertaining choices are abundant, as are comfy pillows.

Imported tableware.
Maison Au Naturel, a stylish new Los Angeles store on La Cienega (yes, another design migration there) from Dan Marty embodies French rustic style. Marty has always had a flair for rustic finishes, aged materials and the lived in look. His newest venture takes you on a voyage to the great Parisian Flea markets without leaving home. The look is pared down French, without a lot of decorative flourishes and clean lines. With furniture upholstered in natural linens, grain sack cloth pillows, and antique objects it all comes together in a comfortable, easy lifestyle story. Far off finds include vintage trunks, and industrial steel tables. Designers and shoppers will find the stylish selection continental and cozy as Marche Aux Puces comes to them.

Maison Au Naturel
819 North La Cienega Blvd.

Tufted Laurel Dining Chair on a down-home French countryside vignette.

Astier de Villatte china imported from France. Finally, some pretty new pieces from Astier!

An Antique Gustavian Chair

Wooden Garden Spires make for great garden tuteurs.

Photos Courtesy of Maison Au Naturel
Black Shell Lamps and vases look very Marten Baas.

1 comment:

Liz Kilroy/Santa Monica said...

I used to wrok at Vintageweave Interiors (fairfax/3rd) before I had my baby. The owner there goes to France personally to scour for French treasures. Many stores buy from her. When I worked there, Dan Marty was in quite a bit buying stuff from us for his store and his clients. The prices at vintageweave are far more favorable than some other places around town so perhaps that's why. He always bought great pieces such as French grain bags and anything wicker!
Liz Kilroy