Maison de Vacances began as a tiny, avant-garde shop nestled in the heart of Paris, the Palais Royal gardens. It was a vision ahead of its time, created by founder Michèle Fouks. Today Maison de Vacances has grown tremendously into a brand that puts its customers first, practices ethical responsibility, and has a timeless vision for the unique and modern home.
Maison de Vacances is now run as a collaboration between Michèle’s daughter Emmanuelle Fouks and her partner Nicolas Mauriac, with the motto to “dress your house as you like to dress.” Their high-quality products have a direct connection to personal style—not fleeting trends. Instead of being wrapped up in the cycle of fast production, Maison de Vacances prioritizes the use of the finest linens, cashmere and knits. They believe beauty is in the dialectical history of the object, and that its valued collector should have full access to that history.
Now in homes all over the world, it is undeniable that the quality and bohemian style of Maison de Vacances is widely and rightfully appreciated for their thoughtful craft. Their success is due to the brand’s authenticity, timelessness, coolness and duality. The balance of charm and luxury in their products and artful displays shows a love of simplicity in life through exuberant color and universally comforting textures.