Creation of blue-coloured furniture for a town house

December 18, 2012 by Sandrine Reverseau

 

A palette of blues as a colour of preference and a flooring of "country" tiles as an element of decor ... two starting points for the creation of a series of bespoke furniture in collaboration with the agency in interior architecture Intérieurs Autrement in St Cloud, as part of a full-scale renovation project for a townhouse.

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The bookshelf Tu-Lis-Pied is placed as a divider between the living room and study with 3 levels punctuated with different heights in a monochrome of grey lacquer (volcanic grey, concrete grey, pearl grey) with a touch of bright tones, pop orange and turquoise.
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Two pouffes Group-Pied in gentle tones calm the colour game: black is black, earth shadow and parchment beige, dressed by an upholstered cushion.

The aubergine lacquer adds originality to the low table Pied-G and contrasts with the floor tiles in the small living room.

Photos all rights reservedJL Vandevivere