Some Parisian fabulousness from architecture duo Gaëlle Cuisy and Karine Martin of . When space is at a premium, these ladies know just what to do, and with a modern aesthetic and a dash of colour.
A well-thought-out combination of dark and light can be found in this apartment on West 9th Street designed by . Looooove the glossy dark grey paint on all that woodwork. A neutral colour palette and nothing too precious or sparkly makes this a, dare I say, perfect bachelor pad (but if you need proof take a look at the last photo).
An amazing collection of artifacts and sculpture, an oh so chic apartment, a stunning Eiffel Tower view and not one but eight de rigueur Chandigarh Chairs by Pierre Jeanneret. Serious case of envy on my part. I wish I was the collector who lives in this stylish abode. Appartement Rivoli by .
Photography by Reto Guntil
Starting the day off right with some Paris beauties by Cassandra Vafadari-Miara of . Those Parisians tend to be really creative with their use of colour, and wallpaper. Also, Paris apartments always have the most amazing hardwood floors and mouldings. *sigh*
While I anxiously await the project that never seems like it is going to happen (the creation of a library in my third floor unused space), I can only hold back pang sof jealousy when I come across projects like this by Sophie Lallias of . She created a bedroom and library and left a narrow staircase to access the rest of the apartment. 3.5 metre high bookcases allow for maximum use of a very small space and the result is TONS of book storage, a workspace and a cozy bedroom. (That’s Farrow& Ball’s wallpaper in the hallway and Cole & Sons in the bedroom…and these photos are by Benoit Alazard)
Check out another project of Sophie’s here