A European-inspired shop in the heart of East Cobb.
C'est Moi Hours
10:00 am-6:00 pm Monday-Saturday
From ATLANTA HOMES & LIFESTYLES: Scouting Atlanta's North Side
Roswell designer Dan DeSantis shines the style spotlight
on Atlanta's northern stage by uncovering six unique stores spanning from
East Cobb to Alpharetta.
The Store: This French-inspired shop allows you to create a warm, elegant
and casual lifestyle for yourself, Francophile or
not. "There's much more than
the ubiquitous blue and yellow here at C'est Moi," DeSantis says. "The eclectic
European mix of decorative elements, furniture, lighting
and tableware all sport that aged patina that we
The Look: A mix of reproduction chairs, tables and chests, whether English,
American or French-inspired. All of the Louis in-store mingle
effortlessly at this party and create a sense of elegant
ease. Listen closely: Each piece seems to tell a story, divulging
a little bit of history. The collection of Vietri tableware is
the largest in town and is displayed as a proud counterpoint to the warm, dark
woods that surround. Tasteful lamps and interesting chandeliers shed a nostalgic
light on tabletops adorned with thought-provoking objects.
The Scoop: DeSantis loves the array of antique-looking, oversized candlesticks,
which add instant ambience and pedigree to a room, as well as the versatile accent
chairs and benches, which would look lovely in a hall or even at bedside.
Where: 1100 Johnson Ferry Rd., Marietta, Georgia
to ATLANTA HOMES & LIFESTYLES December 2007 Article
C'est Moi & The Cafe Paris Owners' Home
Featured in the April 2006 Issue.
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