Laetitia Rouget’s style is instantly recognisable – full of joie de vivre with a playful sense of humour. So it makes sense that this artist has lived a life full of unexpected joy: she moved from France to London to study at Central Saint Martins, and swapped designing fashion for designing textiles and ceramics as her work evolved. Her creative homeware features abstract faces, cheeky silhouettes and hazy pastel shades. And all packs enough punch to make you say ‘ooh la la’. We are so proud to introduce you to her work during our first Christmas pop-up and online soon; From one Flâneur to another.
How would you describe your apartment in one word.
What makes a home in one word?
How would you describe your taste in one word.
Define bad taste in interiors.
Where do you find your inspiration for interior design?
Instagram is a great tool, but life is also full of surprises and inspires me all the time.
Describe your philosophy when it comes to decoration.
The right combination of colours, and a subtle mix of new and old.
Your favourite object in your home.
My green ceramic rabbit from Hylton Nel
Your favourite hotel in the world.
A B&B in the Karoo desert next to Cape Town.
Your favourite restaurant in the world.
Le Telebar in Meribel or the brunch at La villa Cora in Florence.
Favourite address for decoration in London/ in the world.
Les Puces in Paris