My Christofle Table By...

My Christofle Table By...

Christofle lovers share with you their vision of the brand. They interpret a moment of sharing of their choice through the design of a Christofle table reflecting their eclectic universe.

As a result, aesthetic and inventive universes, different interpretations with a very open mind and above all, a lot of enthusiasm to illustrate Christofle art of sharing.

Here are the different and incredibly varied creations imagined by these inspiring personalities.

My Christofle Table by Michael Giannelli

Michael Giannelli is a fashion executive turned curated shop owner of East Hampton Gardens where his English and French style is beautifully injected into the art of the outdoors and entertaining. Here, he lends some tips on how to create the perfect outdoor wedding.

My Christofe Table by Madame de la Maison

Two years ago, Ajiri, an American living in Paris, merged her New York fashion experience and decorative arts studies to create Madame de la Maison. It is a lifestyle brand that embodies her love for entertaining and creating majestic gatherings. She developed a collection of linens and travels through France searching for antique tableware, while encouraging her audience to utilize beautiful pieces that brings daily joy.


As part of our collaboration with several friends of the House who share their vision of a Christofle table, take part in our competition for a chance to win one of our iconic products, the MOOD Coffee Set, 6 silver-plated espresso spoons accompanied by a mirror-polished steel case.

My Christofle Table By Sharon Santoni

Sharon Santoni started out as a blogger before going on to publish several books, create a subscription box and launch her magazine, My French Country Home. Today, she works and writes from her home in Normandy, where she lives with her husband. Through her company and working with her small team, she champions French brands and authentic, elegant French living

My Christofle Table By Cake Boy

Frank Adrian Barron hosted countless afternoon cake parties to try out new recipes on friends and soon started receiving special requests for his buttercream creations. And voilà, he quickly earned the nickname "cakeboy". He does all of his baking in the Marais and his cakes occasionally pop up in a few select Paris cafés.

My Christofle Table by Nomibis

Fabienne hand selected some of her favorite Christofle silver-plated flatware from the Cluny and Perles collections and a magnificent Albi silver-plated tray. Her tablescape was adorned with a beige linen tablecloth, laurel leaves and embroidered napkins to give a vintage touch to the countryside set up.

My Christofle table by The Pineapple Chef

Christofle is happy to invite Elise Dumas to style a sharing moment with a selection of Christofle pieces of her choice from the Marly and Rubans collections. Elise created a table in her outside garden set at the end of the day for a romantic dinner. A chic mix of nature and Christofle partially gilded silver cutlery and gilded porcelain dinner plates.