The New York Times best-seller , Ines de la Fressange, author of the popular Parisian Chic has released a new interior design book with watercolorist Marin Montagut. entitled Maison: Parisian Chic at Home (Flammarion).
In this interior design book, Ines de la Fressange showcases 15 vibrant, “lived-in” Parisian apartments that beautifully mix vintage and contemporary design styles.
In the book we can distinguish 3 importante topics to always keep in mind while idealizing your interior design project. Family photos, and artists’ prints are paired up with persian rugs, all evoking happy memories. The contrast become virtually indistinguishable aspect. A pastel color palette dominates the color scheme, and these elements, informally displayed, are an ode to the family’s memories.
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The new and the old :
The furniture is arranged along the length of this space to promote a feeling of expansiveness. Engravings and paintings are carefully put on the wall. Knocking down the top half of a wall to create an expanse of glass creates striking new perspectives and brings life and light to the interior design. Slate grey creates depth, while objects are moved around according to mood. The point? Nothing has to remain in fixed place.
Softness is the focus point:
In the bedroom dominates de words “love, freedom, calm, and peace,” , transforming the room in a personal heaven, a special place. On top of the headboard you can accommodate paintings, souvenirs, or candles. The mirror is one of the mais characters of the room, because it enlarges the space, reflecting beloved objects.
Color makes a home:
Remeber that interior decoration it’s all about the details and right balance. The neutral walls and objects inspire a sense of freshness and freedom. Everything is meticulously chosen, down to the last detail. White serves as a backdrop to all the other colors that sculpt the decor. The series of pendant lamps produces a beautiful lighting.