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Reader's home - a bit of New York industrial in Paris

Philippe Choplin (of Le Loft Interior Decoration) is a Parisian about to become a resident of New York and pursue his career as an interior designer (after 25+ years in IT). He sent us photos of his remodelled townhouse in Paris, where an industrial New York loft was his inspiration. Fellow readers, if you've got a male significant other in your life who is all about masculine decor where industrial touches are abundant, grab them now and have them take a peek at this. Philippe's home is about as masculine and industrial as you can get (I'd just lose the tablecloth on the dining table). Here's a bit of info on this pretty cool guy's pad, including details of Philippe's amazing vintage finds. 
This project was realized by an architect (Philippe Ponceblanc) and a soon-to-be Interior Designer (Philippe Choplin). Philippe Choplin custom-designed 2 light fixtures using American telegraph pole isolators. Below is an abstract list of the decorative objects serving the decoration:
- a 1920s Cutler Mail System from a hotel in Knoxville, TN equipped with 6 stories of "chute"
- a 1960s Marvy barber pole
- 30+ American car door handles from the 1950s
- never-used 1950s bakelite switches
- a metal & glass office door which was transformed into a sliding door
- NYC subway grab handles from the 60s
- a Duncan-Miller parking meter from the 40s
The kitchen is by Leicht and Siemens.
Le Loft Interior Decoration will bring French style to American homes and US Industrial style to French houses. It will focus on using the latest technology and appliance, but realizing decoration that have the soul of vintage and reclaim. 





Reader Comments (6)

Those floors...they just slay me...

20 Sep 2013 | Unregistered CommenterMargaret

A bold approach to design that adds old and wonderful artifacts. The kind of things that allow for good memories.

20 Sep 2013 | Unregistered CommenterFerruccio

OK, but so many deliberating chosen and placed artifacts border on making the place souvenir-y.

20 Sep 2013 | Unregistered Commenteroh Holland

Simply wonderful !!! Félicitations !

22 Sep 2013 | Unregistered CommenterA Pin Up at Home

trying to hard- ditch the table cloth, re-accessorize the shelf as to not have one piece on each shelf and of similar size.
Not everything has to look like it came from a manufacturing plant. Always love the Restoration Hardware chairs but just feels way to busy and forced Theme. But way better than the before! Congrats.

22 Sep 2013 | Unregistered CommenterStephen

very nice, I like your industrial style !

23 Sep 2013 | Unregistered CommenterFrancois

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