It’s hard to believe that interior designer Didier Gomez’s elegant Parisian home was once a pharmaceutical factory. The 17th century building is in the Le Marais district and has high ceilings and a private garden. These things have inspired the owner and he has created a masterpiece – with a confident use of colors and a beautiful art collection.
Two interconnected rooms are used as living rooms. The first is filled with light, white walls reflect it and serve as a great backdrop for the presentation of the owner’s art collection. Neutral modern furniture from the middle of the century are partly designer items, partly creations of the owner. Small shelves are reminiscent of the wooden floors and ensure cool storage without being cluttered or too heavy.
The second living room is set up a little to the east. There are stools / coffee tables with an Asian design and some works of art. The large work of art makes a bold statement, and while it’s not eastern, it fits the space perfectly.
The dining area is sunny and colorful with strong yellow decorations. Simple wooden floors and white walls create the backdrop for sunny yellow accents: a unique pendant lamp above the table, several yellow chairs with a sophisticated design and works of art. What is interesting is there is a large bookcase here so I think the owner likes to read while eating.
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