At the top, this holiday home in the Basque Country Nicolas Mathéus Clean lines, contemporary style and soft colors define this family home in the Basque Country. Facing the ocean, the holiday home enjoys an idyllic setting throughout the year. A surprising and relaxing view to discover.
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To renovate this studio of 26 m2, Carla Lopez and Margaux Meza of Transition Interior Design have not gone dead. Parquet, kitchen, dressing room, bathroom ... Everything has been refurbished and a sleeping area has even found its place. Minimalist, but subtly colored, the apartment of the Pre-Saint-Gervais puts its eyes full with its custom furniture and its smart storage.
We go to Paris where the interior designers Margaux Meza and Carla Lopez have renovated this apartment of 36 m2. In 3 months, the place went from fair to incredible. Discover this apartment where styles meet perfectly. How to mix as many styles and manage to make the decor warm without being overloaded?
Ideally located in the 12th arrondissement of Paris, this property only needed to be redesigned. Contacted by the new owner of the premises, DPLG architect Philippe Demougeot totally reorganized it to make it a more family-friendly apartment, optimized to the square centimeter! Designed as a bachelor, this apartment with balcony was certainly very bright, but lacked functionality.
When the architect DPLG Cyril Rheims discovers the apartment he has to renovate, everything has to be redone. Old, these 34 m2 located in the 20th arrondissement of Paris do not look great. We must rethink the apartment to meet the wishes of the owner who aspires to renewal. Several constraints will then guide the project: the integration of the bike in the apartment, the opening of spaces and a minimum of furniture.
Before / after: a Haussmannian takes colors! Studio touch for Catherine Plumet Interiors Little fan of "ready-to-live", Antoine sought a space to rehabilitate, to transform, to appropriate. The sixty-year-old goes through the real estate advertisements, multiplies the visits, until the day when he sets foot in this 90 m2, between the Opera Bastille and the Gare de Lyon.
Fit a multifunction cube in 32 m2? It's possible ! Bertrand Fompeyrine In the excitement of the Strasbourg-Saint-Denis district, this Paris apartment has been reviewed and corrected by Batiik Studio interior designer Rebecca Benichou. Located on the 4th floor of an old mansion, this 32 m2 plays mix & match thoroughly.
Before / After: redo his apartment without breaking it Bertrand Fompeyrine Offering functionality and personality to an old apartment without breaking anything is not easy, or even complex when the budget is reduced as here. Rebecca Benichou, architect HMONP, proves however that nothing is impossible in terms of layout and decoration by renovating this apartment in style!
Before / after: a custom renovation for this studio Samantha Phung Entering this 28 m2, the owner of the place had a real crush. Bathed in light, this apartment located in Boulogne-Billancourt offered everything she dreamed about: a living room to receive, a large bedroom and a small bathroom with window.
An old barn turned into a dream house Gilles Trillard In Picardie is La Brocante La Bruyère, an old barn converted by Florence de Boissieu. Animated by the love of objects and antique furniture, this dealer has transformed her passion into a profession. Côté Maison invites you to discover the portrait of this woman of taste!
A town house full of charm Jean-Marc Palisse At Nevers, the craftsman François Pouenat anchored his rare family know-how in his house. This old bourgeois building is reborn via a contemporary decoration and design. Visit in photos. From the grilles of the Château de Versailles to the ramps of Christian Dior boutiques, François Pouenat's work is emblematic of French know-how.
Infinite canopies for this Parisian apartment Francis Amiand A large glass roof open to the sky, this is the program of this new opus directly connected to the Hôtel du Ministère, near the Madeleine. With a glass roof, highlighted by black painted Eiffel structures, this apartment is a real invitation to a cosmic journey.
How to customize a furnished apartment? Getty Images / iStockphoto You are the happy tenant of a furnished apartment or studio and dream of owning your new cocoon. Yes, but now, your rented accommodation is full of furniture and objects that you have not chosen. Difficult then to feel at home!
New life for an old house Julien Fernandez Spotlight on a simple and functional house renovation in Bordeaux, which consisted in opening spaces, multiplying views and bringing in light; without forgetting, bring the necessary amount of storage space to a family with three children.
[In video] Abandoned, this attic of the 17th arrondissement of Paris did not really look great ... Renovated from top to bottom by two friends interior designers, this slum has turned into a cozy little nest. Discover how! Since their meeting on the benches of the Blue School, Julia Schmit and Anne Fath have come a long way.
Revisiting 50 m2 for a couple with baby Shoootin Radical change in this apartment in the 12th arrondissement of Paris! The space was not optimized and the fully upholstered interior was not to the taste of the new owners, a couple waiting for a happy event. It was through word of mouth that they experienced the pro Transition Interior Design.
Before / after: 5 studios transformed by pro Transition Interior Design Whether for a couple, a student or a young active, the studio, even riquiqui, must be as welcoming and functional as possible. And the challenges are many: that the brightness is lacking or that the storage is non-existent.
The dining room after work. Anthony Delanoix Just a stone's throw from the Villiers metro station in the 17th arrondissement of Paris, Eva and Grégoire have fallen in love with this 100 m2 haussmannian charm. Although dated, this apartment offered a strong decorative potential, highlighted by the interior designer Charlotte Féquet.
[Best 2018] Top 10 most viewed apartments Photo by Christophe Rouffio / Styling by Céline Hassen Cozy little studios with big family flats punctuated with colors, the most beautiful interiors are displayed on Côté Maison. And to believe their popularity, these homes seem to inspire you!
Before / after: renovation of a small holiday home Agency Hivoa / Miguel Ramos Transform a small house impersonal and inconvenient friendly and easy-going space is the challenge that Melanie Voisin and Alexander Hiriart Agency Hivoa raised hands down. Space-saving solutions, modular furniture and clever storage come to transform this pastel-style holiday home.
With its large windows and its high ceilings, this apartment of 18 m2 conquered are future buyer from the first visit! Major works were expected, however. The black spot: a technical sheath in the middle of the apartment makes it difficult to arrange. Never mind, the young owner uses the interior designer Lara Grand to make it a comfortable living space for renting.