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From Paris to Bordeaux, all these french homes have one thing in common: the interiors are “magnifique”. Step with us inside some of the country’s most gorgeous homes and say “Oui” to french decor.
This Paris bedroom by Thomas Pheasant includes sconces by Agostini, an Herve Van der Straeten lamp and a games table by the designer. The room’s palette was inspired by the limestone buildings that line the city’s streets.
Nicholas Schuybroek’s clean, minimal design for this Paris apartment emphasizes natural light and adopts a restrained approach to finishes. The L’Oeil coffee table is byPierre Chapo and the pair of armchairs are by Pierre Jeanneret.
For a “linear, geometric and elegant” vacation home in Cap D’Antibes, architect Nicholas Schuybroek created spaces that integrate seamlessly into the lush natural surroundings. In the living room, he combined mid-century chairs byJean Prouvé andPierre Jeanneret with a custom-made sofa upholstered in Belgian linen.
In Pierre Yovanovitch’s Paris apartment, a large oil painting by Marc Quinn takes center stage above an acid-washed iron fireplace surround. The sofa and armchairs are Yovanovitch’s own designs and the four cocktail tables are by Rasmus Fenhann.
In a historic, 18th-century hôtel particulier, Suduca & Mérillou painted the walls a dusty blue color to “awaken the woodwork.” The firm mixed pieces from the 17th-, 18th- and 20th centuries to create a decorative mix that was “sumptuous and impertinent.”
In a Paris residential project known as Apartment 002, Bismut & Bismut placed objects, including Eileen Gray Transat armchairs and a bronze César sculpture, on white platforms that seem to hover around a PETAL coffee table by the designers.
The dining room of a Paris home by Bismut & Bismut features a 2+1 table by the designers, 1970s chrome chairs, wall art by Claire Adelfang and an existing 19th-century console that the brothers topped with polished blue onyx.
Original article: 1stdibs
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