CRAFTSMANSHIP – LOST AND FOUND. THIS IS THE QUEST AND THE DISCOVERIES OF JAN DE LUZAncient artisans in France built castles, churches and châteaux with the idea that beauty endures. They chose materials that would last and used processes that assured the influence of time would add character, itself a value.
Jan de Luz brings the French touch to America in bold ways through architectural elements and accessories rescued from ancient buildings throughout France – stone and marble mantels, farmhouse sinks, stone sentinels, pillars and fountains, even spiral staircases. Discerning homeowners have embraced the opportunity of adding character and flair to their homes by personally selecting distinctive elements that convey history and tradition as well as the owner’s appreciation of beauty and substance.
Each piece not only serves its new owners but stand as a stately, impressive, lovely piece of art in a living room, kitchen, garden, or any room of the house.
This is the look of France influenced by the Basque region, where striped linen runners accent the tabletops and rustic pots hold blooming flowers and garden tools.