Working and living in Paris

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The Sociality Family has published this wonderful eclectic apartment in Paris where interior designers Charlotte de Tonnace and Hugo Sazay life and work together planning hotels, installations and residential projects. Constance Gennari Photography Their signature style embraces materials such a marble, brass and leather with a rather minimal approach and monochromatic palettes. I love seeing how young they are having apparently come …

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Soft bedroom color palette

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If you search for interior design inspiration for your bedroom, and moreover a color palette, powdery colors are just perfect for a calm and elegant atmosphere. I really like the combination in this bedroom with a muted blue (which changes according to day light), blush, a clear terracotta shade and the use of velvet and linen. I am not that much …

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Trending color combinations for your home with Studio Pepe

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It must be the season because you know, I'm not the brightest person when it comes to display color on my blog. Except for publishing posts about Italian designers. Studio Pepe is one of my favorite ladies duos out there (is there any other??), I have written about them several times already just because they way they work with color …

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A Black Home in Lyon

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Maison Hand is an interior design studio based in Lyon and founded 10 years ago by Pierre Emmanuel Martin and Stéphane Garotin. They run a boutique in the same city with the most amazing brands among theses many from Italy and Scandinavia which is just a genius interior combination if you ask me. This black home probably has been all white …

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A striking view over the rooftops from Paris

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Louis and Sarah Bonard created their dream home where industry meets design classics in the city of light. After an important renovation process they created a sensation of  openness and generous conditions for sunlight and views at the 200-square-foot apartment. The original full-sized windows were replaced by large metal frames the glass from floor to ceiling. Several walls were removed, and in …

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An eclectic home in Paris

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Interior designer Sandra Benhaumou has lived for years in New York and London and came back to Paris where she shares this apartment with her husband and three children. The house was renovated, keeping its original features - floors, tiles, moldings and respecting the Haussman code - but opening the interior space to create an open-plan living area. Walls were painted in …

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