My love affair with all things French design continues. Beauty, elegance, sophistication and sensuality with a touch of global travels. It’s a heady mix in this chic apartment by Emma Donnersberg Interiors. The epitome of stylish living in Paris.
Yuk – what a waste of original and classic architecture. All that tacky showiness is an interior design crime!
First of all, I love your blog. I agree with the 2 first comments. Uncomfortable design is not good design, even if it is aesthetic. Some pieces, colours and textures are very pleasant though.
Beautiful classical bones – fleshed out all wrong.
Love it! 🙂
Living room looks so comfy. And finally living room table where you actually have space for food and drink and your feets.
By the way – sofa has only one pillow line. The dark one IS the sofa by itself.
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Taste of France says:
Very pretty colors and textures and shapes. But the living room seating looks terribly uncomfortable. Wooden stool? Never in a million years. The two backless seats? No. The chairs are better, but arms on them would be a big improvement. And a sofa so deep it requires two layers of pillows? You feel like you're going to fall backward. It all might look great, but on a human level, it doesn't seem to work. I don't like to say negative things about people's personal choices, but this is a professional job. And it looks like a professional job–all about lines and designers rather than about actually living in the space.