Prestigious House of Decoration created in 1910, the House LELEU is a reference of French refinement and luxury.

It has made a name for itself all over the world by fitting out prestigious liners such as the Normandy in 1935, or decorating the grand salon of the ambassadors to the League of Nations in Geneva in 1936.

Under the successive impetus of Jules Leleu and his son André, between 1920 and 1970, the company gradually moved from the production of furniture in precious wood finely decorated with floral themes to the manufacture of metal or plastic parts with a refined design.