Located in the sixteenth district of Paris, this private apartment designed by interior architect Isadora Viquel puts in the light “Pampa”, one of the most famous print of the House, in a bright, surprising and elegant bathroom.
“It’s a little boudoir, we are traveling in this room. I like the contrast between the wild pattern printed on the fabric and the sobriety of marble and the nobility of the parquet flooring”. Isadora Viquel does not hesitate to shake up the established codes and bring the bathroom where we do not expect it. The room is clear and spatious. The surprising combination of mineral marble on the walls with the curtains and the wood flooring add a very warmful sensation to the space, giving it the true aspect of a “living space”, or “space to live”. We want to stay there. The use of mirrors also helps to open up the place feeling luminous, airy, welcoming.
Isadora talks about her choice Pampa fabric as an evidence. “It brings the retro side that the Vintage furniture from the 50′s (bench and chair) complete in the decor”. Without a doubt, the textile has an important role to play in interior decoration. Drawn or geometric, it strongly influences our feeling of the space. The power of the colors or the narrative dimension, the transparency, the movement, the touch, all in one impregnate the space with delicacy, in contrast with the right angles and plans induced by the architecture.
“I would like my work to remain very identity-based and it is partly thanks to the choice of strong fabrics that it will be so! ”
Pampa print is used for the curtains as well as for the upholstery of the seats.
White marble and mirrors make the bathroom bright
photograph ©Sébastien Dondain
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