Patricia Mauguy Flores from PFB Design was requested to work on the renovation of a Haussmann style apartment in Paris and the result is an elegant and stylish residence. The designer successfully managed to enhance the majesty of the high ceilings and the ornate moldings of the apartment, with luxury furniture and a creative color scheme. Some of the furniture pieces Patricia included in the apartment are from Brabbu. We invite you to see inside the chic apartment and be amazed by the overall design.
The living room is a very light and spacious chamber, for which the designer chose neutral colors for the sofas, rugs, and baccarat style lighting fixtures. One of the key items was the DUKONO armchair from Brabbu, placed in an area set for reading.
The dining room has plenty of natural light, which allowed Patricia to choose a bold turquoise set of chairs and a purple rug. The two armchairs at the tops of the dining table were custom made to perfectly match the room design. It’s our NAMIB armchair, a beautiful art deco piece.
The bedroom is very luxurious, with beautiful velvets used in the design. Black curtains, matching with the pillows on the bed and armchairs, are a statement. The headboard and a golden mirror are oversized for a dramatic look.
About Patricia Mauguy Flores
Having trained as an architect, Patricia started her professional practice doing individual house projects, an experience that gave her a comprehension and acknowledgment of architecture, nourished by ways of living, all together with the rules that apply to the construction of a building. Patricia became passionate with interior design, and she learned to manage noble materials, the association of colors, the integration of furniture pieces, and lighting.
It was the collaboration with the best interior architects in Paris (Sybille de Margerie, Christian de Beauvais) that she developed her own practice. Her work results in a mix between innovation and tradition, experiences and exceptions, comfort and originality, all allowing for the creation of a unique space.
Her work results in a mix between innovation and tradition, experiences and exceptions, comfort and originality, all allowing for the creation of a unique space.