Friday, December 17, 2010


A calm oasis in a storm of red bows and white lights, the Hermes Holiday window is a dreamy, woodsy wonderland. The nature-inspired vignettes are based on a new line of sepia-colored porcelain called "Les Maisons Enchantes" by Francois Houtin. The china depicts fanciful huts made from twisted vines and twigs-gorgeous and the perfect accoutrement for a country home.

The rustic woodland scenes were brought to life by New York furniture and landscape designer Charlie Baker. His masterful use of twigs and felled trees created a whimsical and sophisticated holiday tale. Like the firm's iconic brown ribbon, the windows are understated, stunning, chic-so Hermes!

 The gorgeous new "Les Maisons Enchantes" china

top photos courtesy The New York Times


Karena said...

Lisa this is so delightful!

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jeanette from everton terrace said...

Very cool, would love to see this in person.

Splendid Sass said...

Thank you for sharing these beautiful windows.
Have a nice, festive weekend.

pretty pink tulips said...

Everything they touch is chic and perfect! I haven't seen their holiday windows....we're coming in to see the Lion King next week but I might be hard pressed to drag my in-laws up Madison!

Thanks for the fix!
xoxo elizabeth

Casa Trรจs Chic said...

I've seen New York Christmas before, it's fabulous.
This year's windows are like a fairy tale.
Thanks for sharing.

Splendid Market said...

These are gorgeous. I love them. I'm so sad I missed them on my Thanksgiving visit! Thank you for sharing the information. That china is stunning!

Summer is a Verb said...

Sugar and spice and everything nice...XXOO

Anonymous said...

These windows are just magical! I love such elegant things created right from nature. See you at NYIGF? Happy New Year! xosk