Colours are an integral part of our online magazine’s DNA. Colourful interiors have featured since our very first reports, and it’s always an emotional moment for our team when people handle them with panache and originality. Following the example of our new series of articles on our most beautiful interiors, in which we have recently been telling you about the country houses that have left their mark on us, now you can explore our anthology of colourful interiors. We visit Barcelona, where the artists Guillermo Santomá and Raquel Quevedo work from the resplendent “Casa Horta” to the Lyon countryside where the blogger Stéphanie Zwicky follows the rule of three colours to perfection. Then we pass through Bordeaux with architect Clément Miglierina‘s “Mademoiselle” to reach Mulhouse and Anne Hubert‘s redesigned industrial warehouse. And then to Paris and its inhabitants who are so inspired that we would need several lines to mention them – here, in no particular order: Ophélie Avril and Loïc Fercot, David Chaplain and Alexandre Roussard, Anne-Sophie Pailleret and Alexis, Béatrice Laval and Laurent, Odin and Archibald. And finally, we head to Milan with the profiles of Daniele Daminelli and Roberto Bacchiochi: they are all here. So many ways to create your own version of reality, and so many ways to draw inspiration for a new decorative makeover at home!
Photography: Constance Gennari & Eve Campestrini – Text: Caroline Balvay @thesocialitefamily