FOCUS ON AN ART DECO BATHROOM PROJECT Horus, specialist in luxury fittings made in France, presents a project within the characterful gîte La Grande Maison, an ideal playground for the Zephyr and Ascott ranges.

The history of La Grande Maison

Nestled in the heart of a peaceful haven, only a few kilometers from Disneyland Paris, La Grande Maison is a bed and breakfast that welcomes couples and families throughout the year.

La Grande Maison was originally a mansion built in 1940 by the Muller family, whose father had built this bourgeois residence. 

The new owners, Karen and Thibaud, bought the house, renovated it and transformed it to offer 4 luxury suites with a service worthy of the greatest hotels. 

Throughout their stay, guests enjoy the kindness and warm welcome of the couple, who are thus realizing their dream by carrying out a common project. Surrounded by a park of more than 3,600 m², the gite is a haven of relaxation in a green bubble, which can also host events, weddings or baptisms. The French garden and the private swimming pool make it the ideal place to spend a weekend with your family or as a couple.

An inspiring and eclectic decoration,

reflecting the different lives of the house

Art Deco bathrooms in black, green and white

When it came to decorating, Karen wanted to keep the art deco spirit of the house in order to infuse a style that was both chic and historic into this beautiful home. At first, Karen recovered the furniture of the former owners in order to keep an authentic and family style. Then for the purchase of the furniture and accessories, Karen took care to choose a decoration which confers to the place a feeling of comfort and intimate bubble. Wishing to have a modern spirit while keeping the art deco style, she naturally chose the Zephyr and Ascott ranges from Horus for the bathrooms. By combining it with green marble tiles, Karen was able to capture the DNA of the Zephyr range to sublimate her 4 bathrooms with elegant, chic finishes and a touch of vintage spirit. 

Regularly recommended in hotels and luxury residences, the French faucet company Horus signs here a unique project highlighting its products and its elegant design.

Zephyr is the result of a subtle blend between French elegance and the smooth, elongated curves directly inspired by the American art movement of the 1930s, Le Streamline. A transitional and timeless design characteristic of the iconic collections of the House of Horus.

Ascott has been equipping the most beautiful palaces for many years, offering a design that is both rigorous and warm.

The hosts of La Grande Maison

Karen and Thibaud take pleasure in welcoming their guests all year round for a unique getaway that makes you want to come back again and again! And the couple takes great care to provide an experience worthy of the greatest hotels while enjoying the human and relational side that their guest rooms offer.

About Horus

A symbol of French excellence, Horus stands out for its sharp sense of detail, the use of noble materials and its traditional know-how. The collections are inspired by different eras and artistic trends, allowing Horus to equip hotels and palaces around the world for over 30 years.
Horus has the particularity of being both a craft and industrial company. With its own production facilities, the brand controls the entire manufacturing process of its valves and fittings, thanks in particular to its design office, its own foundries, and its internal hydraulic and acoustic laboratory.

About the Kramer Group

A family-owned group, the Kramer Group specializes in the manufacture of French faucets and ceramics. Leader in the manufacture of sanitary fittings with 11% market share in France, the Kramer Group has 4 production sites, 4 companies and a partnership with the Italian industrial group WTS. The four companies are dedicated to preserving and perfecting their know-how while respecting their identity and with the unchanged ambition of offering exceptional products that enhance the French art of living more than ever.

4 Houses within the Kramer group

Kramer, Horus, Jurassienne de Céramique Française (JCF) and Sarodis


30 M€ turnover Kramer France Group

180 employees in France