Sarah Lavoine, the acclaimed French interior designer, has a particular style and the interiors she designs always make us wonder how to add unforgettable details in order to create a restful and chic environment, the same way she does so effectively. Her decorating ideas look flawlessly accomplished and her modern interior design projects are inspirational.
She uses similar principles when it comes to interior design as the way she does while dressing herself. In her design projects, Sarah Lavoine never avoids the ordinary and works the total look. The designer does her best and knows how to mix and combine different items. According to her, there is nothing worse than when an entire room – or worse, an entire house – is designed with one theme all over.
Since launching her own firm in 2002, Lavoine has opened two Parisian stores and produced a range of home furnishings. She also designs a collection for French porcelain house Bernardaud, which is featured at Barneys New York. Also on her docket is the future headquarters of L’Oréal Luxe; a new home furnishings shop for Printemps department store; and the upcoming English edition of her second book on style, Chez Moi: Decorating Your Home and Living Like a Parisienne.
For these reasons, many professionals and non-professionals go to her for decorating tips on how to improve their home decor. To help you find design inspiration, today we leave you with 7 situations taken from Sarah Lavoine’s latest projects that you will want to copy. Check them below.
Renovation of a nice Parisian apartment. The white color in the middle of a bold composition that mixes contemporary and multicultural inspiration. The vintage furniture was mottled by Jacques Hervouet, an antique dealer in Paris, and the woodwork on the walls of the bedroom was made by Zoe Ouvrier.
Above we find the renovation of a family apartment of 250m2 facing the Louvre Museum.
A leading interior designer, Sarah Lavoine and her agency have become synonymous with Parisian taste, contemporary aesthetics, and craftsmanship. Her work has been featured in the New York Times, Vogue, ElleDecoration, and more. Her designs are appreciated all over the globe and those are just a few of the reasons why she is so inspiring!