The Big Blue in your living room

Summer is in full swing and the beaches are filling up! For some, it evokes the sea, for others the sky, purity, … blue is inviting itself into our homes and will not leave us soon.

We are delighted by this news for several reasons. First of all, blue is a colour that, in addition to being available in countless shades, can be combined with almost any other colour and can thus be adapted to everyone’s decoration. A soothing colour by nature, blue is conducive to well-being and relaxation and transports us into a soft and peaceful atmosphere. But blue is also the perfect expression of our desire to escape, an invitation to travel for our greatest pleasure and that of our guests too.

Ready for the big runway? Pastel blue, indigo blue, duck blue, turquoise… Discover with us 4 interiors where blue is king.

Mur bibliothèque bleu Klein- DROITE

1 – Pair of vintage coffee tables by Pierre Gariche | 2 – Set of 6 vintage Tulip chairs by Eero Saarinen for Knoll | 3 – Taznakht wool Berber carpet – 1980 | 4 – Suite of 4 vintage arm chairs by Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen

Fauteil ciel + affiche GAUCHE

1 – Original movie poster Jacques Poitrenaud “Strip tease” – 1963 | 2 – Vintage sideboard Jentique – 1960 | 3 – Coffee table Artifort “877”, Pierre PAULIN – 1970 | 4 – Set of 2 vintage armchairs 300-139 by Swarz-dzka factory 1960

fauteuil bleu tapis berbère - DROITE

1 – Pair of Scandinavian armchairs Sibast Møbler in teak, Arne VODDER – 1960 | 2 – Suite of 2 Diabolo Eternit planters Willy Guhl – 1950 | 3 – Vintage industrial floor lamp by H. Busque | 4 – Small multicoloured Moroccan Boucherouite carpet

Canapé marine pétrole GAUCHE

1 – Vintage wall lamp “Fuga” by Maija Liisa Komulainen | 2 – 3 seater navy blue sofa by Milo Baughman, 1960 | 3 – Original vintage armchair GFM-64 designed by E. Homa in velvet 1960 | 4 – Round vintage coffee table glass and brass