Luxury switches brand from France, Meljac, has added a splash of colour to the summer season. With its new range of luxury switches, Meljac offers a collection of vibrant, colourful models for a stylish look that suits all tastes. Vibrant or pastel shades, plain or patterned, a vast range of effects can be created with these elegant pieces. This array of beautiful switches is a unique combination of skilled craftsmanship and advanced technology.
With the Pierrot Collection by Meljac, any colour shade can be added to the quality materials used, such as brass, glass and porcelain, to blend in perfectly with your interior. Each model can also be customized with engraving.
The brass and tempered glass collections can be finished with any of the shades in the RAL colour chart. Porcelain products whether glazed or unglazed, come in around 30 colours. These can be selected from a specific colour chart, with the added option of hand-painted customized motifs.
Meljac also has a plexiglass range, which allows its products to blend into the background to bring out the colours in a wall covering.
Meljac products are made in France from quality materials like brass metal, glass and porcelain that carry the prestigious Origine France Garantie label.
About the Brand – Meljac
Founded in 1995 by Andre Bousquet, Meljac is a leading name in luxury electrical fittings made from quality materials. With some ten different ranges, Meljac offers a wide range of solutions for architects, decorators, electricians and homeowners, including switches, sockets, table lamps, reading lamps, casings for thermostats and home automation systems, etc. The brand is also well known for its expertise in delivering bespoke solutions.
Its innovative approach and working methods are key to its development and guarantee outstanding quality. The company set up its first subsidiary in the US in 2018 and has around 60 authorised dealers worldwide.
Meljac clients include the Palace of Versailles, the Louvre Museum, Cartier and Chanel stores, Paris-based hotels the Four Seasons George V, Le Meurice and La Réserve, the Royal Mansour and Mandarin Oriental in Marrakesh, the InterContinental Geneva and Hotel Danieli in Venice.
Photo credit: Meljac