France has fabulous know-how when it comes to furniture, and more broadly in the field of decorative arts. The whole world envies us certain techniques that we are the only ones to master. Whether it's traditional cabinetmaking or new technologies, the "French-touch" has long been emulated beyond our borders. However, the production "made in our area" has not always been easy to set up. Too expensive, or simply shunned by our fellow citizens, it has long been neglected in favour of foreign manufacture, certainly more accessible but also less qualitative.
However, "the Covid era" has passed by, shaking up our established ideas. We have become aware of the need to consume locally, both for economic and ecological reasons. All sectors have been driven by this phenomenon, whether food, clothing or decoration. Many players in the decorative sphere have followed the movement by relocating their production. In this same state of mind, the purchases of materials manufactured on local territory have greatly increased, thus reviving an economy hitherto lacklustre.
Finally, certifications, labels, and specific markings now help us to see more clearly in our way of consuming: as with food, we always want to know where the product was assembled from A to Z!