#003 Fall in Paris
We are in the 18th and this view from my brother's bedroom is for me one of the best you can get while living in Paris in a 65m2. Although, in this case it comes with a main disadvantage: north exposure in the living room—the apartment can get quite chilly and dark when winter is here. However, fall in Paris has this grey sky yet bright light that brings out the best tones in the apartment. All of a sudden, the minimalistic soft yellow painted kitchen feels warmer when everything is cold outside. The white sand walls in the living room have their soft pinks moments and make the black lines of the rug and plaid stand out. A habitat coffee table adds a glossy touch to the space, while an Eames rocking chair and a poster by ikea add graphic punch. All making it masculine yet appreciable by the female—no oversized leather furniture here! The other half of the living room is spent for dining at a wooden and steel table from la redoute with a view on Paris' northern suburbs. Red dresses up the table set on the balcony and adds a splash of color. In the spare room, the canary Jonah sofa from made and the vibrant photograph of Herbert Rodriguez, Violence estructural, pop against the turquoise wall, which shows his green components when the sun rises. Kudos to the mix of the rug straight from Finland with the graffiti on an old sofa's pillow. Like the shy and creative young man hidden there, the apartment is an original cocktail: sleek Scandinavian with a color touch.
Who ever said that bachelors don't know anything about decoration?
© Images by Tiffanie Delune