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Welcome to the Modern Chalet – Artesano Montagne Brings Mountain Cabin Romance into Your Living Room and Dining Room

Press Release   •   Feb 09, 2017 03:25 EST

Chalet or chalet chic – that’s the name of the interior design trend that lends a cabin feeling to your living or dining room. Especially in the more uncomfortable fall and win-ter seasons we tend to create a cozy atmosphere at home with cuddly materials and soft pillows, which brings calm and relaxation with a natural flair – very hygge!

With Artesano Montagne Villeroy & Boch presents a new dish collection that goes with the current chalet style. Artesano Montagne is a carefully decorated winter dish line that brings romantic luster into your own “cabin” from the beginning of fall to the end of winter. The fine décor is inspired by Norwegian knitting patterns and translates the typi-cal snowflake and little diamond into a warm gray and a muted red design on white ceramic.

The layouts of the motifs are both rustic and graphic at the same time and emphasize the handcrafted character of the dish form. Traditional colors and patterns are combined with a simple, archaic form into a dish line for daily use. Artesano Montagne consists of 17 select articles including diverse plates, cups, platters and bowls that can be used alone or combined with the white Artesano Original. And Artesano Montagne can be paired very successfully with the Artesano products made of grainy acacia wood and cork that take account of the craftsmanship of the concept.

Product Information:

  • Premium Porcelain
  • Dishwasher-safe
  • Microwave-safe
  • Available starting in August
  • Villeroy & Boch

    Villeroy & Boch is one of the world's leading premium brands for ceramic products. The family business, which was founded in 1748 and is headquartered in Mettlach/Germany, stands for innovation, tradition and exceptional style. As a renowned lifestyle brand, Villeroy & Boch offers products from the sectors Bathroom and Wellness and Tableware, and is active in 125 countries.

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