OUR FURNITURE STANDS THE TEST OF TIME. BY DESIGN, BY STYLE, AND BY QUALITY.
THE TEXTURES OF TRIANON
WE VALUE THINGS MADE BY HAND
ESPECIALLY LINENS AND POTTERY
Trianon arose in 1993 as an all-encompassing design boutique that creates comfortable and yet sophisticated furniture for both residential and commercial clients locally and internationally.
WE APPRECIATE THINGS MADE BY HAND. WE APPRECIATE THINGS WITH A STORY.
We work exclusively with highly skilled artisans to create goods of the highest quality. Trianon offers something unique that stands up over time and stands out from imitations.
CHANTILLY FEATHER SHADETRIANON
Hand-dyed and hand applied goose feather lamp shade.
24" diameter x 15" high
$2150.00 Colour shown is blush.
Lampshade with Rooster Tail Feather accents $2300.00
May be paired with a lamp base fitted with a European socket or may be suspended from the ceiling. LAMP BASES SOLD SEPERATELY.
Our products are handmade resulting in wonderful variations from one piece to another offering a truly unique piece that stands out from duplications and imitations.
PLEASE CONTACT US FOR AVAILABLE INVENTORY.
CUSTOM ORDERS WELCOME. Please note that due to the organic nature of the feathers, colour exactness can not be guaranteed.
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