Here’s an inky black space in Paris’ 9th arrondissement which is a treat for every design lover. This gorgeous Paris apartment, reinvented the traditional tall white walls, with beautiful moldings, and turned them into something unexpected, but equally beautiful. Take a look at this contemporary apartment and take all the amazing interior design ideas you can get.
The suite, an office “designed as a living space,” is a creation of Parisian design firm Festen. Enormous floor-to-ceiling windows keep all that black from feeling too funereal and amp up the drama by highlighting all that delicious, frothy texture.
On one side of the room, a modern red sconce pops out from the wall. It grabs the eye immediately, almost seeming to float in front of the wall.
Incidentally, another thing this space has in common with the Paris one is a proliferation of moldings on the wall. So if you find yourself faced with a room that has a lot going on architecturally and want to try something a little off the beaten path, why not experiment with black?
Festen is a Parisian studio, resulting of the collaboration between Charlotte de Tonnac and Hugo Sauzay, both graduated in interior design from Camondo School in June 2011. The duo of designers conceives and arranges public and private living spaces as well as scenographic spaces and installations.
Festen likes to work on the transformation of classical spaces expressed by an enhancement of the original structure, always looking for simplicity and relevance, as well as a bespoke and contemporary understanding of the project.