Decorating Ideas by Parisian designer Anne-Sophie Pailleret
Having worked in the luxury industry for many years has made Anne-Sophie Pailleret an experienced professional. She made her passion her profession, and soon her talent improved while working at Cartier and with Jean-Louis Deniot. The Parisian designer does not leave anything to chance. Her mission in every new interior design project is to create an atmosphere, with patterns, colors, materials, and selected fabrics, that will match decorative furniture pieces and objects, while linking these elements with a tailored craft work and finally boosting the decor with some contemporary references. See it for yourself and find inspiration in the decorating ideas below.
Anne-Sophie defines her style as warm and refined. Her interiors are structured, but still living environments. She draws inspiration in the eras of 20’s to 80’s and brings into the spaces beautiful and unique custom designed pieces.
In all her design projects, like in the situation we see here, Pailleret searches for the unprecedented and harmonious combinations, without ostentation and with strict elegance. Attention to detail and quality, result in a practical design where creative and aesthetic solutions are at the service of comfort and a chic lifestyle.
When decorating this Paris apartment, Anne-Sophie Pailleret selected furniture pieces from the 1930s and 1950s and mixed them with contemporary products and objects she designed. The designer has used decorative details, textiles, pattern, materials, accessories and antique or custom-designed furniture. The result? A space completely transformed.
Different shades of orange mark the choice of the color scheme in the first room, but without tiring or seeming much the same. In the room above, we see different patterns and a mix of colors that enrich the space.
The richness of the interiors decorated by Anne-Sophie Pailleret appears in the details and materials chosen to form the project. Architect and interior designer, the French designer made her professional training at the Ecole Boulle (Architecture d’Intérieur et Décoration).