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TIG Scan from Elle Decoration UK

Jewellery designer Loulou de la Falaise’s paris home began, 30 years ago, as an empty white space. Today, it’s, in her own words, “like a gypsy as it has a lot of colour and generosity. I want it to make people feel happy and surprised but at the same time it needs to be beautiful.”

And it is.

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Ivan Terestchenko

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FROM PARIS INTERIORS BY LISA LOVATT-SMITH; PHOTOGRAPHY BY ROLAND BEAUFRE

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FROM PARIS INTERIORS BY LISA LOVATT-SMITH; PHOTOGRAPHY BY ROLAND BEAUFRE

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TIG Scan from Elle Decoration UK

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From Paris Interiors by Lisa Lovatt-Smith; photography by Roland Beaufre

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Loulou De La Falaise In Her Left Bank Apartment, 1982 / via tumblr

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IVAN TERESTCHENKO

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via Elle Decoration UK

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From Fashion Designers At Home by Marie Bariller (Thames & Hudson). © 2008 Aubanel

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TIG SCAN FROM ELLE DECORATION UK

“I like blends of styles and things that have nothing to do with each other. I like surprises, things that clash, are unexpected, break unity, disrupt monotony – modern paintings with Louis XV furniture, for example.”

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Left: PARIS INTERIORS BY LISA LOVATT-SMITH; PHOTOGRAPHY BY ROLAND BEAUFRE / Right: Elle Decoration UK

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From Fashion Designers At Home by Marie Bariller (Thames & Hudson). © 2008 Aubanel

 

* this article was updated on May 5, 2020

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