25 m2 (270 sq ft) in the sky of Paris. A 180° view of the roofs of Paris, the Eiffel Tower and the Sacré Coeur. Having recovered the attic space changed everything for this small flat with a generous view. We gained height and gave character to the whole by playing with transparency and colours. The entrance allows you to store your belongings discreetly in a cupboard that blends into the wall and hides the toilet. To access the mezzanine, which offers additional sleeping space, I designed a piece of furniture with multiple functions, as I like them, which blossoms in the living room: library, desk and staircase. Practical and beautiful. The small glass roof on the mezzanine and the bookcase with its columns stretch the height of the room. And the little bench/bed that allows the staircase to sit well, acts as a sofa and has fun looking a bit pretentious with a Frey Indian…
Marianne Evennou nails another project injecting lots of colour and storage into a tiny space making it stylish and very functional.
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Love this small apartment! Can’t believe how much they fit into such a small space. I especially love that light green bathroom, which seems to be a popular colour option. I featured a project with a similar light green colour in the entryway, which you can see here https://stylecurator.com.au/art-deco-apartment-renovation/.
They are so good at making the most of the tiniest of places. And it never looks like a make-shift solution, instead it’s elegant yet cosy. Nice!