A MA TABLE // Refined and original tableware art

We won’t deny it, A MA TABLE has been one of our favorite stores since its opening in 2013. We didn’t have to look very far since this pretty boutique is located in the now famous Parisian street: the rue des Martyrs.

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Not only is Deborah Guenoun who runs the place, delicious in her way of welcoming you but also, her shop is the real Ali Baba’s cavern of tableware. Far from the classic porcelain settings and our grandparents’ silverware, the international designers whose wares she expertly picked made us want to reconsider the problem: chic table yes, but practical as well.

Problem solved since now tableware art is invited in our daily lives. No need to wait for special occasions to take out the pretty stuff, have a tea time setting British style or Japanese or Swedish.

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German design, Japanese style, Italian refinement or Belgian or French tradition, there is something for every style and every taste, from the most modern to the more classical.

The nice discovery of A MA TABLE is that tableware art can be converted in a vase, bowls to empty your pockets into or simply pretty decoration objects. Anyway, gone are the days when your China stayed locked up inside the kitchen cupboards. Today we hang the mugs, we add energy to our kitchens with colorful objects now curios but mainly we’re having fun.

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The little plus: affordable prices, decoration elements perfect for a housewarming, birthdays or just because. The future newlyweds can easily register at A MA TABLE.

A big big crush on the colorful tea light holders with coordinated napkins that you can disperse as you wish all over your apartment:

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The e-shop has been online since 2014; you’ll break down very quickly! There is the possibility to pick up your order within a couple of hours.
Deborah opened her doors to us, find the FOCUS dedicated to her here.

On the web : https://www.a-ma-table.fr/

Practical info: open from Monday through Saturday from 12pm to 7pm

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