Flodeau is a design blog hosted by French interior designer Florence Deau.
Visit the home of Nadine and Matthieu, a duplex apartment in the Canal Saint Martin quarter (10th arrondissement of the Paris).
This home has many raw elements, combined with a very creative and refined taste level.
When Matthieu was interviewed by Flodeau he gave a wonderful response to the question:
What you like least in interior design today ?
The whole ‘trendy-trends’ phenomenon that floats above decoration and interior design – it seems a lot of people improvise themselves as professional decorators or interior designers. Most of them lack in originality and merely duplicate what’s fashionable. There is no spirit or soul in what they offer. To me, interiors have to tell stories.
...and I also appreciate this:
Your best decoration advice ?
Do things for yourself and not for the others. Don’t try to copycat interior design magazines. At the end of the day, you’ll never feel better than in a home that reflects who you are !!
What is a rice paper tearoom doing in the middle of a French, 17th Century apartment?
...his strong connection to nature has always manifested itself in a river of bunny love flowing through the majority of his creations.....
Of the interior, Kawahara retained the 17th Century arch and the hardwood floors, and filled the apartment with an eclectic array of objects and furniture that stylistically span genres, and eras, dispensing with traditional Japanese austerity to create a rich and vibrant treasure-trove of the things he holds dear.....
We really like the joyful exuberance and whimsy and of course his rich saturated color pallete.
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