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Pieces from the West Indies to spice up your interior design 

For all your cultural, scenography or space planning projects, Gaston offers you exceptional pieces! Custom-made canvases, sculptures or beautiful handicrafts

Creole Art: confidential, authentic, a source of astonishment

Dear decorators, you certainly know the West Indies of postcards, coconut palms and white sand beaches… But have you ever heard of our craftsmen or contemporary artists? Because they just might help you surprise your customers .  There is a shiver on our islands, a shared beat, which is expressed in a thousand and one ways depending on the sensibilities.

We have already made them happy

Decorator, hotel, restaurant... they trusted us to find the pieces that make their address unforgettable .  Look what they say about it: they seem seduced, don't they?

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"I am seduced by the Gaston concept, and I have chosen sculptures that my clients will not see anywhere else."

Owner of the Hotel Nid Kreyol

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"I love adding works in my proposals to clients. It gives great depth and added value to our conversation."

Interior designer

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"When I find artisan pieces in a restaurant, I feel somewhat privileged and then I like to keep the address!"

Customer of the restaurant La Parenthèse

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Support designed to save you time

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Whatever your expectations, we have an approach based on listening and advice. Thanks to our good knowledge of West Indian artists and our contacts in the field, we can be your single point of contact to:


collect your needs based on ongoing projects


identify the types of know-how and artists that meet your criteria


negotiate design line and rates of selected pieces


transport the parts to you as soon as possible


check together the concordance of the delivery with your wishes

Why choose pieces made in Outremer France?

Caribbean artists feed on French and Creole influences. Their history and their mixed environment. The result? Materials, colors, shapes with an inimitable aesthetic signature. The icing on the cake: production that respects the environment.



Locally sourced raw materials  : precious wood, natural plant fibers, calcareous or porous clays… everything needed to create freely



Representative know-how of a creolized culture, such as basketry, inherited from the first inhabitants of the West Indies: Kalinagos peoples



Artisanal productions, which allow to adapt to your wishes. The assurance of obtaining unique or limited-edition pieces for your establishment

For the little story

I am Christelle, and I grew up in Guadeloupe. This project was born in me by dint of visiting museums or design fairs. The Maison & Objet show is also one of the shows that have made me dream over the years.

I realized that there was work to be done to promote the artists and know-how of the West Indies, made invisible by the distance that separates them from mainland France.


Gaston is a showcase for artists - painters, sculptors or visual artists, and artisans from the West Indies - whether they are instrument makers or cabinetmakers. An initiative that shares, highlights and aims to preserve the cultural heritage of my island. An initiative to, I hope, give new accents and a particular color to your projects.

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If you want to know more, in this podcast we discuss life in the West Indies, the inspiration of artists, and even creolization (in French)

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Whether your clients are companies or individuals, there are very advantageous tax exemption schemes that could encourage them to choose works of art for their projects.

For companies :

"Companies which purchase, from 1 January 2002, original works by living artists and register them in a fixed asset account may deduct from the result of the year of acquisition and the following four years, in equal fractions , an amount equal to the purchase price. »  Article 238 Bis AB of the CGI


For individuals :

Works of art are not subject to the Solidarity Tax on Wealth (ISF). They are not mentioned in the declaration of the ISF and the  amounts spent on the acquisition are non-taxable. This tax provision is applicable to all types of works of art. The purchase of a work of art is exempt from capital gain after 12 years. A 10% reduction is obtained each year beyond two years of ownership;  the normal capital gain of 27% extinguishes itself after 12 years.

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