Let’s Get Personal in France with Delphine from L’atelier de madame M….


Kitchen5 Kitchen4 Kitchen7 Mywork2 Our_room3 Livingroom2

 The home of Delphine from L'atelier de madame M.

F:: French is…being part of the most grouchy nation ! I'm joking !French is… being part of a rich culture and history full of castles, kings, traditions and good gastronomy !

R:: room, my favorite room in our home is…the living room with the slate grey wall and the stove. I love it because it's a spacious and bright room where all the family can read, listen to music, surf Internet, etc.


E:: entrance, when entering my home you will notice …that we moved in just few months ago ! We still need to paint, buy furniture, install lights…

N:: new in my home is…the “docksta” table from Ikea (inspired by the Saarinen' “Tulip table”). But only few things are really new because we love second hand & “vintage” furniture and home stuff. 



C:: create, I start creating when…I open my eyes in the morning. Everything can be a good inspiration for me (famous ceramists, Nature, foods, my owns desires…).

H:: home means to me…a nice and bright place to relax, be myself, spend time with my family and my friends.


H:: hobby, I always make time for…cooking, surfing Internet and reading magazines or detective stories.

O:: outfit, my favourite thing to wear is…even if it's not very original, a pair of Levi's jeans.


M:: magazines I love to read are…“Marie Claire maison” (my favourite ), “Living etc.” and a lovely new french magazine “Toc toc toc”.

E:: enjoy, I can't live without…my husband and my two daughters, friends and good tea !


I'm super happy to see a bit more of how Delphine lives in France. I have been really liking her beautiful ceramic peices for a very long time and her homes breathes exactly the atomsphere I was hoping for, warm, clean with fragile and characterful touches. 

You can call her "Delphine M." or "Madame M." or find her at "la Rimule" . And you can click here to see some examples of her super cute 'petites pieces' or her 'bijoux'.

ps. dont't you just love the vintage-looking red tiles in the kitchen!!! 






All images by Delphine from L'atelier de madame M.

Bloesem loves comments
  1. Anna G.

    How lovely to see these pictures from Delphine’s home here! I’m a big fan of her ceramics, simple and clean design yet with a little personal twist. One of her garlands is hanging in my livingroom and I also have a necklace and ring made by her, and I love them all!
    (and I totally agree about the kitchen tiles, great look!)

  2. heleen

    beautiful decorated house! Fun to discover an old Dutch map on the wall above her dining table.

  3. caroline

    tres jolie porcelaine!! It is exactly what I am looking for…such a pity I live so far…when I be back to france…one day for sure!

  4. Penelope

    Beautiful home, thanks for sharing this – I love their crockery collection, eclectic and interesting to look at.

  5. carole

    ça fait tout drôle de voir ta maison ici, du coup je la vois d’un oeil neuf! magnifiques photos, Delphine!

  6. anne

    I ordered to Madame M some ceramics and I love love them. Her work is superb !

  7. jenny

    wouah superbe, je suis contente de voir un bout de ta maison, it’s a lovely place

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