4/19/12

L'Wren Scott's Parisian Pied-a-terre

Divine vignette in the living room, with Damien Hirst spots.
Lately I've been drawn to more neutral interiors.  Interiors where warm-beige-painted paneling walls work as a backdrop to a combination of soft and textural furniture.  L'Wren and Mick Jagger's home in Paris, featured in Vogue May issue,  is the total opposite of what you would expect from a Rock-Star home: with beautiful paneling, walls painted in beautiful light tones that go from lilac to beige, herringbone floors all throughout the apartment, antique rugs, and the perfect balance between wood and fabric.  The final result is a jaw dropping home.   What I love most is how updated the apartment looks by keeping the paneling walls in light tones.  Enjoy!











It's all about lighting, look how the space behind the door reflects a bluish tone.

The glass in the bathroom is Lalique glass.   Mick Jagger bought in the 70's


images via Vogue
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7 comments:

UCF Apartments said...

Interesting photos...that glass bathroom is SO trippy.

classiq said...

It's too cluttered for my taste, but I would like to browse through those books. Have a wonderful weekend, Julie!
Ada

Splendid Willow said...

Hello pretty friend,

Thinking of you. Hope all is well!

All that natural light is amazing and so are the Herringbone floors. Yum!

Happy weekend to you. Hope to be able to share a travel agenda with you soon.

Love to you,

Mon

Fashion-isha said...

I'm in love with the style of her place. The glass bathroom is divine as is she!
xo
Sharon

therelishedroost said...

Simply WOW!

Charlotta Ward said...

Hello hello!

Wonderful style and those floors are to die for.
Pinned several images from this post to my style files.

Hope you are well.

x Charlotta
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stone supplier said...

Hi Julie! interesting article.Keep the great work going, looking forward to read more informative posts by you.Thanks for posting.Cheers!