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Exposed stone walls, natural materials, ocean-blue hues… We dream of fresh interiors that let us dream of movement and space. Discover the latest trends and the Revol pieces indispensable for bringing new life to your interiors and tables.

White, white everywhere

White is the dominant colour in the houses of the south. Whitewashed exposed stone, white-painted beams, sheer white voile curtains… White reflects the Sun’s rays and lights up the house for a chic, timeless vibe.

©Bernard Touillon

Splashes of blue

The chief colour to pair with white is blue, bringing to mind both sea and sky. Punctuate your house with deep blue in the form of pretty cushions, bed linen, tableware, sculptures and lamps.

©Jonas Berg pour Stadshem

Natural materials

Raw, eco-friendly natural materials prevail in seaside homes. Straw hats, hand-crafted wickerwork baskets and plaited rush rugs layer up like works of art, with an emphasis on craftsmanship. Linen is a favourite textile – eco-friendly because it’s produced from flax grown without any fertilisers or pesticides and using little water.

Like invitations to travel, natural materials bring a sense of deep calm and serenity to our homes.

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Equinoxe Collector's Edition

The new collection of Equinoxe Collector’s Edition plates are just the ticket for upgrading your interiors. They are available in several sizes and three colours: a soft cotton-white, a deep night blue, and the textured-effect Ocean Vibes finish.

Night Blue

Ocean Vibes

White Cotton

The unmissable piece

One can’t help but fall in love with the 27cm-diameter Ocean Vibes coupe bowl – perfect for the centre of your table, as a help-yourself fruit bowl or for serving seafood fresh from the market.


Our interiors tip: Pair blue and white with a splash of yellow to brighten your decor – perhaps a pretty bouquet of mimosa or some lemons, according to the season.

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Create your own style with the art of mix & match 

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With five different diameters and three finishes, the plates can be combined in more than a dozen different ways, so mix and match to create a unique, unstructured effect at your dining table.

Signature plate

A colour not so often seen on the dining table, blue brings a touch of elegance and refinement. Adding this colour to other elements of decor will bring refreshing contrast.

With an intense, bewitching deep blue enamel, the 31cm midnight blue plate is ideal for showcasing your loveliest dishes.

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Dazzling Sweetness

Play tone on tone with the pretty 15cm cotton-white bowl. Its practical size and soft colour contrast with the black edge created by glaze removal, allowing it to fit seamlessly into interiors of all kinds.

Photos : ©Aude Lemaitre