Interior designer Marianne Evennou, our French doyenne of color, structure, and small-space living, has actually simply released her very first book.
Un IntÃ©rieur Ã Soi (loose translation: “A Location of One’s Own”) is a compendium of her signature relocations– interior windows, exposed beams, duo-toned walls, bonbon box-sized kitchen areas, and black Bakelite light changes– that charm us over and over.
Marianne might have go-to style techniques however she uses them with a freshness and enjoyment each time. Today, we’re highlighting a preferred Paris house for a customer called Sabine, an artist and businesswoman in her forties who Marianne refers to as having “une idÃ©e Ã la minute.” At each of their initial conferences, Sabine got here with macarons from LadurÃ©e and their “soft however not cutesy colors: pale pink, almond green, and pastel blue” ended up being the beginning point for the remodeling: “glamorous and carefree,” it’s likewise a pocket house that, as Marianne puts it, “has all the huge things.” Join us for a trip.
Photography by GreÌgory Timsit, thanks to Ãditions de La MartiniÃ¨re
The entry, revealed here, has actually a wainscot patterned with Antoinette Poisson Buisson de Rose s wallpaper and a bleached parquet flooring with convected heat Marianne puts tight quarters to work: the pink tiled flooring specifies the kitchen area, and the bed room is on the opposite of the glazed wall. Scroll to the end for the upgraded layout.