Situated in the attic, in the first arrondissement of Paris, between Rue Saint Honore and Tuileries, this apartment is representative for Sarah Lavoine‘s style. In many of her projects the black and white omnipresent is interrupted by several dense colors, with a strong identity. Sarah Lavoine offers elegance and style having as foundation three chromatic pillars. The duck egg blue color that rips the white and black score in this Parisian duplex, is a color that almost identifies with this designer of Polish origin. Exactly this manner of using colors gives an airy and bright appearance to this duplex.
Upstairs, the living room is bathing in light due to the windows that are on both sides of the apartment. The specific elements of the attics stand out: sloping ceiling, skylights and the presence of wooden beams. Multiple pieces of furniture and decorative items are made by the designer. The predominant retro style of the furniture along with the presence of the framed photographs give warmth and chic atmosphere to this Parisian duplex.