My Christofle Table by Madame de la Maison

My Christofle 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. You can follower her decorative adventures at @madamedelamaison and catch glimpses of her travels with her family on @ajiriaki.


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.

Cutlery Sets / Madame de la Maison
I love the Rubans flatware with gold! The little ribbons make it feel romantic, but the gold adds a super chic and unique touch.
Madame de la Maison
I remember buying my first champagne bucket and how proud I was to own a piece of history. I spent hours researching Charles Christofle and the iconography of the object.
Madame de la Maison


A sharing moment?

Apero drinking bubbly

A special or festive occasion?

American Thanksgiving

A childhood dish?

Jamaican rice and peas

A 5-minute recipe ?

An herby salad. Salad (any leaves you find), add any green veggies you have on hand, but most importantly add a generous amount of coriander, mint, basil, and ciboulette. Then top with a asian inspired dressing

A fruit?


A vegetable?


A kitchen utensil?


A verb?


A dessert?


A local or regional dish? 

Confit de canard

A work of art?

A Jackson Pollock splash painting full of different colors and directions

A daily ecological gesture?

Using linen napkins instead wasting paper that goes into the trash

A restaurant?

Cheval d’Or in Paris

A Chef who inspires you?

Julia Child, for her curiosity and the fact she was publicly not perfect

A wine?

A Chablis

A soft drink?

San Pellegrino Limone e Menta 

A culinary innovation? 

A way to mandolin without potentially loosing fingers

A cooking style?


A hashtag?


A way to say goodbye?

Bisous ciao!