Maison Jansen


The Parisian interior design firm, Maison Jansen, was founded in 1880 by Jean-Henri Jansen. The firm rose to prominence during the Beaux-Arts era and was defined by a unique aesthetic that married traditional elements with more exotic and contemporary styles. In 1923, the interior designer Stéphane Boudin joined the firm and was soon named Director. While at the helm, Boudin helped turn Maison Jansen into a global interior design firm that counted the Duke and Duchess of Windsor and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis among its clients.
Maison Jansen began manufacturing its own furnishings, chairs, coffee tables, lighting fixtures, and decorative objects—all of which remain in demand today—in 1890. In addition to special commissions, Maison Jansen furniture offerred original designs in limited editions as well as more widely-produced and accessible seating and case pieces.

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