Lonny magazine’s October issue yet again is filled with tantalizing interiors to salavate over. Veuve Clicquot is one of the world’s most distinguished makers of line champagne. Lonny was honored to be granted a tour of its historic estates. French styled Hotel du Marc located in Reims, France is featured serves as a guest house for Veuve Clicquot. In the hotel’s grand dining room is decorated around a black interior. A table for 18 is surrounded by mahogany chairs upholstered in a black and Clicquot-yellow patchwork. The living room’s dramatic architecture is counterbalanced by a sleek white palette.
In 1846. construction was completed on the Hotel du Marc. Originally this Hotel was the private residence of Edouard Werle. The hotel was acquired by Veuve Clicquot in 1907 and now serves as its guesthouse. In 2007, the architect and designer Bruno Moinard was hired to renovate the Hotel du Marc. During this four-year process. Moinard supplied the residence with modem utilities and redesigned the decor to suit the Clicquot’s founders.