In Paris, classic apartment displays curved sofa and smart woodwork - Casa Vogue

In Paris, classic apartment displays curved sofa and smart woodwork – Casa Vogue

Smooth coatings and light wood define this 150 m² apartment in a Haussmann-era building, in Paris. renovated by Lichelle Silvestrythe property accommodates a young couple, who are divided between France, where the husband came from, and the USA, the woman’s homeland.

In Paris, classic apartment showcases curved sofa and smart woodwork (Photo: Heidi Jean Feldman)

In the living room, the building’s curved architect reverberates in the shape of the furniture, which is also sinuous (Photo: Heidi Jean Feldman)

In Paris, classic apartment showcases curved sofa and smart woodwork (Photo: Heidi Jean Feldman)

From this angle of the living room, you can see the set of textures, orchestrated by interior designer Lichelle Silvestry: the plush rug, the wood of the side table, the marble of the coffee table and the fabrics of the sofas and armchairs create a very cozy (Photo: Heidi Jean Feldman)

In Paris, classic apartment showcases curved sofa and smart woodwork (Photo: Heidi Jean Feldman)

The open kitchen was organized through bespoke joinery (Photo: Heidi Jean Feldman)

As, for part of the year, the two live in a farm house almost on the border with Canada, the Parisian apartment (they live in the other months) called for a more urban atmosphere, in tune with local elegance.

In Paris, classic apartment showcases curved sofa and smart woodwork (Photo: Heidi Jean Feldman)

Natural oak cabinetry and travertine marble surfaces define the food prep area and center island (Photo: Heidi Jean Feldman)

In Paris, classic apartment showcases curved sofa and smart woodwork (Photo: Heidi Jean Feldman)

The dining space was designed with a German corner to increase the number of seats (Photo: Heidi Jean Feldman)

“In the United States, we live in a place surrounded by green, near Lake Michigan. When we are there, we enjoy nature and spend time with my family. In Paris, we stayed in the middle of a very lively area, tried new restaurants, went out with friends and wandered around all day. We enjoyed the city a lot”, says the owner.

In Paris, classic apartment showcases curved sofa and smart woodwork (Photo: Heidi Jean Feldman)

From this angle of the kitchen, notice the shelves placed in an arch, created in plaster (Photo: Heidi Jean Feldman)

In Paris, classic apartment showcases curved sofa and smart woodwork (Photo: Heidi Jean Feldman)

In the kitchen, the play of textures occurs through the combination of two noble materials: wood and marble (Photo: Heidi Jean Feldman)

With this scenario in mind, the interior designer predicted a decoration based on a neutral base. “natural oak, granilite, marble travertine and brass are some of the materials that make up the chromatic palette that I developed with the intention of illuminating the interiors of the space well. The idea was to create a contemporary atmosphere and cozy environments”, comments Lichelle.

The designer started by integrating the kitchen to livingwith textures and curved sofa. The preference for organic formats also unfolds in some bowsexecuted in plaster, to delimit corners of the social area.

In Paris, classic apartment showcases curved sofa and smart woodwork (Photo: Heidi Jean Feldman)

Boiseries decorate the walls, in a nod to the building’s classic history (Photo: Heidi Jean Feldman)

In Paris, classic apartment showcases curved sofa and smart woodwork (Photo: Heidi Jean Feldman)

In the bathroom, the interior designer combined a granite floor with ceramics that mimic cement (Photo: Heidi Jean Feldman)

Then a winding corridor leads to the couple’s suitewhere the earth tones of bedding dialogue with the wallpaper sepia, filled with illustrations of foliage. There, a small balcony invites you to observe the comings and goings of the street, in the surroundings of the Saint-Georges district.

In Paris, classic apartment showcases curved sofa and smart woodwork (Photo: Heidi Jean Feldman)

In the master bedroom, the highlight is the wallpaper, which decorates the headboard (Photo: Heidi Jean Feldman)

In Paris, classic apartment showcases curved sofa and smart woodwork (Photo: Heidi Jean Feldman)

In the suite’s bathroom, the granite floor appears again and is combined, this time, with the subway tiles placed vertically (Photo: Heidi Jean Feldman)

For the owner, the colors and textures made the apartment a true refuge – ideal for moments of rest. “The decor is very cozy and represents a warm hug”, concludes the resident.

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