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Plaid, nappe ou rideau en lin brut français 3


Maison Masarin was born from a passion passed down through generations for raw materials and their nuances of colors.

Our universe draws inspiration from both our family home, rich in Mediterranean influences, and our everyday needs. Thus, we envision spaces that are as timeless as they are vibrant through our collection, which includes home linens, everyday clothing, and interior decor elements. Each of our products is crafted from raw materials, often repurposed from their original use.

Our ambition is to revive natural materials, integrating them and ensuring they endure in our contemporary lives. The story of Maison Masarin begins with Michèle Masarin, who created Comptoir des Teintures in 2012.

Passionate about linens and colors, she collects and gathers pieces made of hemp, linen, cotton, or mixed fibers, which she transforms and dyes with her own color blends to give them a second life. She was a pioneer in upcycling, which has now become an environmental priority.

Ten years later, Maison Masarin was created to focus on living spaces, maintaining the serenity and gentle way of life captured from travels around the Mediterranean. Whether it's a Cyclades house, a Dammuso in southern Italy, a Finca overlooking Es Vedrà, or a Moroccan Kasbah, the atmosphere is entirely different. Yet, there is a common thread: interiors open to the outside, great simplicity, and a certain minimalism.

A whole philosophy of life. "I grew up immersed in this environment while my mother invented her dyeing processes. After studying fashion and cultivating my love for craftsmanship in Haute Couture houses, it became clear that my deep desire was to create a universe close to my roots. An environment imbued with raw materials elevated by traditional craftsmanship. Each creation brings me back to the well-being I feel every time I find myself in the family Maison Masarin." — Manon Masarin

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