Feb 9, 2012

Mr. and Mrs. Clynk's home in Nantes

A black clamp task lamp stands out against the pale blue walls.
The Clynckemaillies have a heart for the pastoral: farmhouse checks and prints evoke French country living.
Lampe Tutti is a collaboration between architect Jérôme and color/texture expert Karine.
The Clynks are Jérôme and Karine Clynckemaillie, an interior architect and a textile designer, respectively; as Mr. and Mrs. Clynk, they design lighting, cushions, trays, totes, and other goods for the home (we discovered their brooms a while back: Domestic Science: Andrée Jardin in France), which are sold throughout France and beyond. While they maintain a low profile as advocates of simple living, the pair are well connected in the French design world: Jerome is a former project architect for legendary interior designer Andrée Putman, and stylist Aurélie Lécuyer (whose home we featured in House Call: Aurélie Lécuyer in France) is their friend and neighbor in Nantes.


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