Today we are talking about mid-century furniture with a touch of the sophisticated parisian Pied-à-Terre. We’ll give you some inspirations of a small redecorated apartment where modernism meets classicism and uniqueness is, definitely, present. Discover this new project.
This space was totally redesigned by Piret Johanson Studio and contemporary furniture is highly present. It’s a small but comfortable and elegant loft with modern elements present in each corner.
The interior designer waged on a combination of 19th-century pieces with neon art. This trend highlights the desire of merging modernism with classicism, and the need of following current ideas and designs.
DelightFULL took a design classic and reinterpreted it into a fresh lighting ﬁxture with a strong attention to detail. Its structure is handmade in brass and the lampshades in aluminum. Discover Simone Floor Lamp.
Piret Johanson Studio didn’t stop at the living room: also the bedrooms were redesigned. Unique patterns are strongly enhanced and a mixture of distinctive contemporary furniture with pastel colors make the difference.
The interior designer applied graphic ceramic tile on the bathrooms to create contrast from the classical pieces on the living room and bedrooms. The idea was to develop a totally modern concept to give a different visual effect.
Intense colors are emphasised with contemporary furniture. This renovated Paris Pied-à-terre gives you the inspiration you need to combine softness and sophistication with modern vibes and luxury interiors.
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