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The full collection, dubbed EnVie (French for desire), is an assortment of fine furnishings meant to entice and a reflection of Mondi’s unique design aesthetic. Inspired by a fusion of European sophistication and global modernity, the collection is intended to evoke emotions of desire. Sensual lines, bold graphics, and edgy elements are a few of the undercurrents running through the line. EnVie was a way to explore her own creative desires through functional, practical furnishings that can find their way into many different lifestyles and interiors. And, as the ultimate expression of desire, the pieces in the collection were named after mistresses of famous European rulers.

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BENCH

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Diane de Poitiers - the mistress of King Henry II, slowly killed herself by drinking Renaissance elixirs of gold meant to preserve her flawless beauty. The Diane bench with its abundance of gold has a timeless beauty that will never vanish.

55”w x 18”d x 18”h


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DRINK TABLE

Gabrielle d’Estrées was the mistress and influential confident of Henry IV of France. Even though she was one in a long line of dalliances, she left her beautiful mark in history by positively impacting the crown’s relationship with the church. Our Gabrielle drink table, with its strong and confident exterior, barely conceals a true heart of gold.

16”w 12”d x 26”h


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VANITY CHAIR

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Carolina Otero, the mistress of Edward VII, was known for her coveted voluptuous shape. The Carolina vanity chair with its graceful, full curves will make you feel like you’re his one true queen.

18”w x 20”d x 30”h *


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GATHERED CHAIR

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Agnes Sorel, mistress to Charles VII of France, was a true beauty often known to wear revealing clothing and eventually rumored to have been murdered by the son of her lover. The Agnes chair is dressed to impress, and one never knows what may unfold. Gathers of rich fabric make this lounge chair one you’ll want to keep around.

26”w x 28”d x 37”h


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COFFEE TABLE

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Charlotte de Beaune Semblancay, the mistress of King Henry IV of France, was part of the notorious “Flying Squadron,” a group of beautiful female spies known for using their feminine wiles to seduce important men. The Charlotte lucite cocktail table is sure to lure you in with its sexy curves yet nearly vanishes with the stealth of its namesake.

Overall: 36"w x 25"d x 18"h *
Thickness: 1-1/2” top, 3/4” sides


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MIRROR

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Odette de Champdivers, mistress to the “mad king” Charles VI, often contended with his paranoid delusions and schizophrenia, as when he believed he was made out of glass. Our Odette mirror will have you wondering who’s staring back at you.

42”w x 2.5”d x 84”h *


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SPIDER RUG

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Lola Montez was the stage name of the Spanish dancer and mistress of Ludwig I of Bavaria, who was surrounded by scandal due to the provocative nature of her signature “spider dance.” Meant to be noticed, the Lola hide rug is soft and sensual with a dark, sinister edge.

72” x 108” *

*SIZES MAY BE CUSTOMIZABLE