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Entries in France (251)

Monday
Nov252013

2nd of Septembre

Second helping, that is, of Parisian architectural firm Septembre. Black and white minimalist chic. A small family apartment in an old industrial workshop is big on style. Multipurpose storage lines the perimeter of the main room opening up to central space while light floods in through the wall of windows. Sparse but stylish.

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Monday
Nov252013

Bijou and bright

A dark green lacquered entry opens to light and bright living space in this little jewel box of an apartment in the 11th arrondissement of Paris. (It's only only 75m².) Rooms are entered in a circular, almost wandering fashion with each space defined by texture and colour, white marble, green lacquer, blue tiles and oak.  By Septembre Architecture.

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Wednesday
Nov202013

Loft love

OMG I love this loft (apparently that of designer Paola Navone)! The row of windows, the original wood flooring, the modular kitchen separated my a row of tall cabinets, the white painted stone, the massive sofa and table to fit my entire family!!!! (Via Jean-Marc Palisse)

Wednesday
Nov202013

Jean-Marc Palisse

Moody, dramatic and captivating. I would say these 3 words accurately describe the incredible interior photography of Jean-Marc Palisse. WHOA - I just noticed the flooring in the second photo. How freaking brilliant to use 2 different types of wood. 

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Monday
Nov182013

A colourful apartment

I found this fun apartment while doing some blog research and had to share. The 65m2 space is located in Villefranche-sur-Mer, France and is the creation of Turin, Italy based architecture firm MG2 Architetture. It's a funky blend of modern and mid-century, bold and sassy colour and some of my all-time favourite lighting. 

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