FAMILY BUSINESS SINCE 1920
It was in 1920 that Louis Moinat decided to settle in Rolle to start manufacturing horsehair mattresses. Coming from a family of peasants in the region, he leaves his native village to embark on an adventure that will become the basis of a family business which is celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2020.
Focused on the profession of upholsterer-decorator, the company has over the years built up a collection of antiques and brought together professionals from all walks of life in interior design. Today it has around fifteen professionals entirely dedicated to meeting customer expectations.
THE COMPANY TODAY
The successive generations have succeeded in satisfying an international clientele, from the prestigious Rosey school, established for decades in Rolle, to clients from the region, France, England, Germany and many more. safe from German Switzerland. Very committed to the company, Gérard, Francis and Marc-Etienne fully intend to maintain this quality offer by following on from the project developed by the three previous generations of decorators.
The decoration teams are able to follow the projects from A to Z, from the making of curtains, blinds and cushions to the upholstery of seats, the installation of carpets or wall hangings and to the arrangement of furniture adapted to the sought-after style. In addition to products from the Moinat collection, the company also works with internationally renowned manufacturers: Rubelli, Pierre Frey, Veraseta, Nobilis, Osborne & Little …
The design offices, the fabric sampling and presentation department are also present in these premises and the company has developed over the past decades an activity of interior decoration consulting and project study (for new housing or renovation).
THE BUILDING "LA TÊTE NOIRE"
Since the 2000s, Charles-Emile Moinat and his three sons have been working in the city center of Rolle, in a famous former hotel-restaurant, “La Tête-Noire”, where the collections of furniture and works of art are highlighted on four exhibition floors.