Elements / Jacob
The Jacob collection popularises beautiful classical furniture with a design that appeals to all. Colour and stripe design gives the collection modernity and edge.
Elements / Ermitage
Inspired by the classically chic Louis XVI style, Ermitage airs on the side of discreet, sober refinement, with clean lines and gentle fluting.
Elements / Haussmann
The Haussmann collection is a revisited, more contemporary version of the Directoire collection. It was designed with chic, contemporary interiors in mind, where tradition blends with the colours of Pop Art.
Elements / 1904
As old as GRANGE itself, 1904 is a collection in the purest workshop style. Combining the strength of unembellished metal with charming patina finishes on fine wood, the collection is strongly reminiscent of a bygone industrial world full of charm.
Elements / Côté Design
With clever products and colours, the Coté Design collection of occasional furniture takes traditional style and turns it into something original and functional.
Classique / Medaillon
An elegant style full of charming features, the Médaillon collection was designed to create a feeling of serenity and harmony. It combines rounded shapes with pared down design that will blend in perfectly in any country home.
Classique / Stendhal
A classically chic collection, Stendhal places the emphasis on items with sober lines highlighted with fluting and inspired by the style of the XVIIIth century. The refinement of the Stendhal collection brings a genuine touch of timeless elegance to any interior.
Classique / Directoire
A great classic in post-1792 French cabinetmaking, the Directoire style was designed to banish the royal and aristocratic heritage. Taut, straight lines, with a hint of the Empire style to come, GRANGE adapted the style
with a variety of original or contemporary finishes.
Classique / Héritage
Héritage is a collection of traditional French period furniture with a look reminiscent of the Louis XV style. A remarkably refined collection with curved lines, round shapes and cabriole legs, it is the mark of a distinctly feminine style.
New / Rive Gauche
The latest collection by Eric Da Costa gives GRANGE a new signature. Rive Gauche offers a subtle blend of skilfully crafted metal, brushed oak and fine grain leather, presenting a new perspective on interior decoration.
New / Gustav
The Gustavian style from the late eighteenth century is the Swedish interpretation of the French Louis XVI style. More than just a decorative movement, the style became a way of life. For a timeless and refined interior, the Gustav collection brings softness and brightness to the world of Grange.