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Discover the publishing house Y'a pas le feu au lac

Discover the publishing house Y'a pas le feu au lac

When a designer meets professional tabletop turners, it gives a young French publishing house where the wood is sublimated by clean and design forms. There's no fire at the lake and presents objects that are both practical and fun that do not fail to seduce the house.

Dandy coat hooks


There's no fire in the lake For the coat hooks to become a full-fledged wall decoration accessory, we adopt these models with a quilted effect that gives volume to the wood.

The Koi mirror


There's no fire in the lake Here is an original mirror inspired by Japanese Kokeshi dolls where the mirror part then seems to be a head placed on the body in linden wood. The mirror part is slightly tilted: practical for touching up makeup!

The eggcup Landscapes


Y'a pas le feu au lac To sit at the table, Y'a pas le feu au lac is not satisfied with a simple egg cup but offers a mini-tray that accommodates the egg and its mouillettes. A small board ideal for all meals.

The pestle and mortar Landscapes


There's no fire at the lake In the same collection, you will also find a wooden pestle and mortar that revisit the traditional object with ease.

The Planchas plateau


There's no fire in the lake To present appetizers and other snacks, the publishing house offers a serving dish divided into three parts to bring a touch of variety at aperitif time.

The Perrette jar


There's no fire in the lake Inspired by the pots of yesteryear, the Perrette series of containers offers a linden wood look to play the card of originality.

The Kart dish


There's no fire in the lake For a playful note on the table, we adopt these small serving dishes on wheels, real little racing cars at aperitif time or during meals.

Fruit Boom fruit holder


There's no fire in the lake And to present the fruits in a fun way, we replace them in their original tree with this fruit holder in the original form.

The tablet holder


There is no fire in the lake Who said that wood and technology do not mix? Certainly not Y'a pas le feu au lac which imagined a wooden support to accommodate the touch tablets in a refined and very practical way.