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MAISON SARAH LAVOINE

MAISON SARAH LAVOINE

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MAISON SARAH LAVOINE

MAISON SARAH LAVOINE

Location Paris 7e, France
Year 2014
Categories Interior Design  >  Condominiums

Description

This apartment with parquet floors, mouldings, cornices worked on the ceiling or sculpted fireplaces, is a traditional Haussmannian code.

This couple with very contemporary leanings, asked us to rework and modernize the layout of this classic space. We have kept the original design by revisiting every detail.

Upon entering the apartment, the creation of a false glass roof with backlighting on the ceiling gives the illusion of having one's head in the clouds.

On the floor, a tailor-made layout of graphic rhombuses, precious black and white marble and grey stone marquetry work, hypnotize the eyes.

The white walls are often replaced for the softness and chicness of the beige monochrome or shades on shades of grey.

The Point de Hongrie parquet flooring has kept its rafters, nevertheless laid for wide strips of oak stained black and matt.

An artist's work of carved wooden tree games transform the headboards into a work of art. Covering mosaics in glass paste and very soft neutral tones, for the bathrooms.

The kitchen is entrusted to the Boffi house, with a burgundy stone floor with black marble cabochon, again for a more modern effect.

A very contemporary apartment, very bright and very functional in its circulation.

The furniture and every detail are singularly chosen and the overall rendering resolutely identity and avant-garde.

The vintage pieces of the furniture have been picked out by Jacques Hervouet, an antique dealer in Paris. The woodwork on the walls of the room was made by Zoé Ouvrier.


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