Our team

From left to right : Geneviève Farkas, Violaine Lopes, Jérôme Lebrun, Elisabeth Curtaud, Charlotte Farkas, Ewa Stykala

About us

Having studied languages and marketing, Elisabeth Curtaud left her career in consumer goods analysis and marketing, to pursue her true passion for colour and fashion.

Following extensive training in colour and textiles, Elisabeth Curtaud worked internationally for Parisian trend forecasting agency Promostyl, for six years, as a colour and fabric specialist, before heading up the print department at Cacharel.

 In 1997, Elisabeth Curtaud created her own trends agency, initially specialising in mens, womens and children’s fashion, before re-focussing on the growing home sector – and Demain La Maison was born.

The Demain La Maison team comprises of five experts in the fields of trends, print, jacquard, photo-styling, and photography,  who develop exclusive collections for clients, create catalogues and printed materials, work with visual display, and assist with any specific projects and needs.

Demain La Maison est agrée par le Ministère de l’Education Nationale de l’Enseignement Supérieur et de la Recherche


Our References

Demain La Maison was created to provide a creative and thorough, client led service. Please do not hesitate to contact us to discuss your needs.


arrow Bed linen and terry towelling

François Hans “Blanc des Vosges” – France
Torrente – France
Sanderson – UK
Groupe Casino – France

 arrow Beach

Kartsen – Brazil

arrow Soft Furnishing

Texunion – France
Groupe Rhodia – Brazil


Groupe Didier Guérin – France

arrow Kitchen & Tableware

WNF – Germany
Groupe Casino – France

arrow Decoration, Christmas & Stationery

Groupe Casino – France

Our exclusive collections

arrow Contemporary


arrow Colorful


arrow Poetic


arrow Sofisticated

Consulting & Corporate Training

Demain La Maison works with clients specific needs:

 focus the target of your collections
– enhance and optimise your sales teams
– optimise merchandising at the point of sale

Demain La Maison is recognized by le Ministère de l’Education Nationale de l’Enseignement Supérieur et de la Recherche


Catalogues & Stands

Demain la Maison develops harmonious catalogues and displays with a coherent identity.