Happy Monday! I hope you had a wonderful Easter weekend.
When designing the perfect apartment for her family, Paris based Interior Designer Sandra Behaumou created an informal environment while beautifully blending art with contemporary design based on what she saw during her 3d video tours St. Louis. Behaumou spends her time at Saint-Ouen Flea, Flea Design and many auctions, where she purchased many of iconic pieces in her home. Although filled with bright colors and busy patterns, each room is filled with relaxed neutral fabrics, white walls and natural wood. Notice the lack of beautiful molding? Although it is one of my favorite details in Parisian apartments.
Velvet Chesterfield sofa, Georges Smith, and Paved with Good Intentions (2005), Ron Arad, acquired at Galerie Downtown. On the right, the picture in ink and airbrush on paper is the work of Jim Shaw (2006).
Above the fireplace, picture “Does Marilyn Monroe make you cry?” Louise Lawler, 1988.
Chandelier “2109” by Gino Sarfatti, 1971 Arteluce, Kreo gallery chair “DAF” Black and White George Nelson, 1958.
Carpet “cluster” by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec.
Table “Eros” in Carrara marble of Angelo Mangiarotti, 1971 AgapeCasa and chairs “Superleggera” Gio Ponti Cassina. Suspension “2130” by Gino Sarfatti, Arteluce, 1969.
Photo “Untitled” Cindy Sherman, 2004, the series of clowns.
The white subway wall tiles broken with a wooden shelf and artwork. Cement tiles, ceramic Marais, custom table, and chairs from the India Mahdavi designer Pablo Reinoso, created for the 150th anniversary of the house Thonet. On the shelf, from left to right photo, Jack Pierson, “window Wrath” Arman, 1970, drawing by Jim Shaw, 1980 Basically, black and white vases of Ettore Sottsass for Bitossi, circa 1990. Suspensions “Pressed Glass Tube” glass Tom Dixon.
I love the effect of the pattern floor tiles alternating with white. La Cornue range and Sub Zero fridge.
Light fabrics with pops of bright colors. Plastic chair by Eames.
The table lamp is Frank Gehry and Jules Wabbes sconces.
The floor of the porcelain stoneware bathroom is associated with a credenza in mosaics, Bisazza, the bench is in natural stone. Above the bath, drawing in black ink of Raymond Pettibon, front, marble containers Conran Shop.
While I always love a Chesterfield sofa, it’s the kitchen tile flooring and La Cornue range that I favor most.
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