Parisian apartments with their je ne sais quoi quality are often defined by an eclectic mix of chic sophistication and modern interior design.
The French know how to marry furnishings that are contemporary and uncomplicated, with classic pieces to create timeless, luxe interiors. This season, the evolving, modern home looks to European influences for inspiration, starting with Bruge, a sumptuous three-seater leather sofa that also takes shape as a sectional.
Evo, a multifunctional coffee table provides discreet storage, and lets you eat and work on its clever lift-top. A stunning, hand-made, geometric rug, like Agra, ties in iconic pieces like Diamond, a sculpted chair that is the epitome of ultra-modernism. Change up the ambience each season by tossing in cushions like Juneau in rich, velvety hues.
Europa, an expandable glass table serves as the centrepiece for dinner soirées, alongside curvaceous Bunny chairs that entice guests to take a seat.
Emerson is a welcome sideboard that embodies mid-century modern design and offers hidden storage, while Hopper, a svelte floor lamp, illuminates everything beautiful in your life.
Contemporary work-live spaces can be aesthetically interconnected with a sleek, L-shaped desk like Studio, that maximizes productivity. Postural support, courtesy of Dean, a good-looking office chair, sits in good company with Paula, which adds a touch of upholstered panache embellished by Augusta, a button-tufted accent cushion.
When space is at a premium, Whistler is the quintessential bookcase for practical, creative living, with an open design to display office necessities, curated book collections and vintage treasures.
This season, redecorate in high style with Structube, where you don’t need the budget of an aristocrat to live like one.