Coralie Beauchamp was born in the Allier region, a graduate of the Académie Charpentier (French school of applied arts in Paris). She will then spend one year in the United States, during which time she will develop a personal work. Back in Paris, the Lanvin couture house entrusted her with the direction of visual merchandising, where she remained for 4 years. In 1998, she set up her own creative studio, designing furniture and lighting. Its collections are sold in France and abroad.
Coralie has realized window projects for Dior, Céline, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Cartier, Piaget, Chaumet... She will receive the M&O 2013 Discovery Award for her Résilles collectio nand the prize for the best 2019 international exhibitor at Decorex in London.
It produces custom-made pieces and collaborates with architects and decorators.
Pieces by Coralie Beauchamp have been included in the National Furniture collections under the name "valuable cultural property", some of which have been housed in the Élysée offices since June 2017 and at Fort de Bregançon (State residence) since July 2019.
Coralie Beauchamp lives and works in Paris.