Gray and turquoise, to echo the neighbouring sea and pool. This appartment situated in a luxurious complex in Belle-Mare gains back beautiful colours. This relooking is signed by Neoscenes Ltd.

«The client wanted a bright space with neutral tones, as well as a very modern and warm style», explains Vanessa Adaken. The interior designer and director of Neoscenes Ltd therefore gladly went for it. The masterpiece of the living-dining room : the XXL painting and its vivid. It sets the tone of the decor and is evocative of the surrounding sea and pool.

Beautiful harmony

In the living-dining room facing the sea, the Interior Designer chose neutral colours, as if to highlight the magnificent seascapes and view on the swimming pool this apartment has. «We have dressed the bay windows with a light veil (Intercept Interiors) and stuck to very clear tones in order to make this space look wider, and to showcase the environment.» On the walls, a light taupe and pale gray bring light to this open space. The furniture made of light oak, the dining table with a glass tray, as well as transparent glass suspensions impart casualness to the room. To mirror the surrounding sea, touches of turquoise and blue completed by gray can be found in throw pillows, chairs or, once again, the XXL painting (Sensoria Home).

Côté chambres

The owners initially wanted to rent the apartment. «We therefore chose neutral tones to please most people», Vanessa Adaken precises. The warmth sought by the property owner can be found in the throw pillows, bed linen and yellow-toned and navy blue accessories. Carpets and bedside lamps (Lemon & Lime), beds, armchairs, painting and panels (Sensoria Home).

Beige total look

The master bedroom surfs on the beige and natural wave for an appeasing decor, perfect for a sound sleep. We love the bed bench in brown leather and black metal feet which complements the piece as a whole and brings even more warmth. Bed, bedside table and bed bench  (Sensoria Home), carpet, bedside lamps (Lemon & Lime).

Source: Magazine Lacase No 50
By | Marie Gouges