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Designed by The Studio HOME’SOCIETY x BRABBU, this apartment, located at Av. George V in Paris has a total area of 412.4m2/4439.03f and promises to tell a story in each corner, especially in the living room. With a classic architecture structure, this apartment reproduces nature and world cultures through the materials, colours, and shapes observed in the selection of furniture and decoration.
Earth, Olive, and Forest were the 21/22 trends chosen to create this beautiful project, reflecting the personality of the young lady with a vibrant way of living who owns the place. As a result, the strategy was to let these trends drive the design, choosing and combining materials that speak to each other, which contributed to a warm, tactile and visual feeling all around the house.
To create this contemporary classic living room, HOME’SOCIETY Studio decided to combine different shades of green, brown and beige, reminding people of the forest sunshine and shadows. Take a look:
On the opposite side of the living room, a couple of graphic paintings enrich the walls, enlightened by the VELLUM XL wall lights. The diversity of colours, materials and textures like hunter green, beige cotton, brushed brass, forest green marble, and a lot more, makes this space as rich as a forest can be.
Forest is the colour palette and materials selection trend for this living room: different shades of green, brown and beige are combined to bring the feeling of wood, tree leaves, sunshine and shadows.
Products: NAICCA Suspension Light, VELLUM XL Wall Lights, BRYCE II Console, NAJ Armchair, MECCA II Side Table, AMIK Table Light, LURAY Centre Table and WALES Round Two Sofa by BRABBU | WHITE GARDEN Rug by Rug’Society
NAICCA Suspension Light, a round chandelier that represents the legend of crystal origins, is inspired by Mexico’s Giant Crystal Cave. The aged brushed brass structure and the Quartz crystal diffuser merge together to brighten this living room, filling it with a strong yet peaceful atmosphere.
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