Sarah Lavoine, the acclaimed French interior designer, has a particular style and the interiors she designs always make us wonder how to add unforgettable details in order to create a restful and chic environment, the same way she does so effectively. Her decorating ideas look flawlessly accomplished and her modern interior design projects are inspirational.
For these reasons, many professionals and non-professionals go to her for decorating tips on how to improve their home decor. To help you find design inspiration, today we leave you with 7 situations taken from Sarah Lavoine’s latest projects that you will want to copy. Check them below.
This old house full of charm located in the 7th arrondissement of Paris was completely reinterpreted in a contemporary style. When they are well thought out, mixing different styles is a safe bet.
Natural materials, the palette of bright and warm colors range from white and beige and give the whole space a genuine and reassuring style. Here, rustic and solid elements were kept, providing plenty of character to the building, while others have been transformed to that light can penetrate.
This 400m2 house in Boulogne-Billancourt combines with elegance campaign and modernity spirits. Natural materials like walnut and lava rock were used to enrich the space.
Many people avoid dark colors in the bedroom. But that’s not Sarah Lavoine. Here we see how a color scheme based on blacks and whites are daring and cool the room.
Here, the palette of vibrant colors enhances the omnipresent black and white. And the stairway of this Parisian apartment – which leads to this living space – looks like a ship’s deck. It draws eyes to dizzying volumes on a blue background, the famous blue vintage.
Covering each room in the home, Lavoine improves her approach by using color and the indispensable elements of each space, as we see in the bedroom of this family apartment of 250m2 facing the Louvre museum.
To illustrate the collaboration between Ressource x Sarah Lavoine, the two shops Rue Saint-Roch and Rue du Bac are covered with their winter coats in a few brushstrokes, flat areas of bright and geometric shapes. In the heart of these new designs, color is a decorative accessory.
Since launching her own firm in 2002, Lavoine has opened two Parisian stores and produced a range of home furnishings. She also designs a collection for French porcelain house Bernardaud, which is featured at Barneys New York. Also on her docket is the future headquarters of L’Oréal Luxe; a new home furnishings shop for Printemps department store; and the upcoming English edition of her second book on style, Chez Moi: Decorating Your Home and Living Like a Parisienne.
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