If you want drama without overdoing it, take a look at this fabulous apartment by Gerard Faivre Paris. Right from the outset, the grey color scheme in the casual living room area mesmerizes you. It’s amazing for a variety of reasons. Not only has grey become the new neutral, but it can be feminine as well. Grey is the new must have essential hue that is contemporary, industrial, and edgy simultaneously. It’s the idea chameleon and it works in nearly every room, décor, and ambiance. The herringbone wooden floor, matched with a grey color scheme with the city life wallpaper leaves you speechless. Whoever thought that grey could look so ravishing!
The home continues with the elegant theme in the more formal living room area, But the décor changes with more baroque designs, columns, moldings, wainscoting, and borders, tinged with modernistic tones. A beautifully gold framed mirror transforms this room into a majestic paradise. Leather furnishings and geometric accent rug maintains the majestic aura this beautiful room exudes. The geometric patterned accent rug personifies the modernistic style of the room without taking away from the solid traditional qualities of the accoutrements.
The ceiling oval design trimmed in rococo style moldings is something you don’t see too often in homes. The room is stately and commands respect. The solitary dining space complements the central section of the room, bringing the entire theme of the space into balance. Tall windows adorned with floor length luxurious drapes add a touch of coziness. It’s an extraordinary layout to say the least.
The bedrooms have a casual, laid back ambiance. They appear comfortable, yet sophisticated with high-quality bedding and soft textures. Storage space is hidden behind modular shelving and seating is constructed into the artifact as not to impede on the floor space. It’s compact yet functional.
The lavatory is designed with two solid materials wood and marble, that are paired with a neutral colored walls and flooring. It’s structurally sound with stone artwork and exquisite fixtures that continues the sui generis theme that is dominant throughout the residence. The geometric theme is noticeable with a straightforward basin and bathtub. The tropical patterned partition adds a vibrant flair.
The small kitchen area is simple and easy. The lapis lazuli toned flooring adds just the right amount of intensity to open the space without taking away from the kitchen’s distinctive design elements while remaining serviceable.
This is an apartment for those who live in a municipality. They envelope themselves in fine living and dining and price is no object. It’s not a bad thing if you can do it right, and in this domicile, they’ve done it consummately.