Waww La Table

The essential source of inspiration for your tables

Miss Aurélie Bidermann

Aurélie Bidermann takes us for a stroll in a lush and fruity garden.

For her new spring collection, apple trees, orange trees and other fruits will dress up your outdoor and indoor tables. Available in several colours, these hand-embroidered sets and napkins made from the finest quality linen are elegant and original.

Miss Aurélie Bidermann

Aurélie Bidermann takes us for a stroll in a lush and fruity garden.

For her new spring collection, apple trees, orange trees and other fruits will dress up your outdoor and indoor tables. Available in several colours, these hand-embroidered sets and napkins made from the finest quality linen are elegant and original.

Waww the 2nd Life

Save space, recycle, do good to the planet, give a second life to all your table-related items!

Discover the 2nd Life

"The Queen of Color" signs her first collection of glasses, Les Mabouls, exclusively for Waww La Table! India Mahdavi has imagined a joyful and colorful collection, available in glasses of several sizes and candle holders.

A collection produced in an artisanal way in the Ateliers de Tyr in Lebanon, an eco-responsible village with a solidarity vocation, where artisans revive the know-how of hand-made and mouth-blown glass, a technique invented in the region by the Phoenicians.

India Mahdavi, one of the most talented architect designers of her generation, and Waww La Table come together around the same values: support for craftsmanship and solidarity.

"The Queen of Color" signs her first collection of glasses, Les Mabouls, exclusively for Waww La Table! India Mahdavi has imagined a joyful and colorful collection, available in glasses of several sizes and candle holders.

A collection produced in an artisanal way in the Ateliers de Tyr in Lebanon, an eco-responsible village with a solidarity vocation, where artisans revive the know-how of hand-made and mouth-blown glass, a technique invented in the region by the Phoenicians.

India Mahdavi, one of the most talented architect designers of her generation, and Waww La Table come together around the same values: support for craftsmanship and solidarity.