Bijou and bright

Posted on Mon, 25 Nov 2013 by midcenturyjo

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.

oregonbird says:

Just a whim made into a place. This might be the first time I've ever liked white marble in a kitchen, but I love the bathroom floor most of all.

jane says:

The bathroom as a whole is gorgeous!

Buckboard Hill says:

Maybe I'm confused.. but isn't the kitchen floor herringbone in one shot, and not in the other?

Buckboard Hill says:

Make that chevron…..

Buckboard Hill says:

I think I've got it figured out… it is chevron in both shots… just played a trick on my eye…

Markus says:

Awesome kitchen and very doable on a small budget. Super cool.

I love how paris interiors are generally so chic in that they keep all the old dodgy bits and just incorporate them subtley through painting them out, patching the floor, tiling around etc. Very cool and unheard of for the majority of heritage australia/america/UK.

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