The Best Interiors by Parisian Designer Veronique Cotrel
Veronique Cotrel is a young Parisian designer who has a unique perspective on modern interior design; her decorating ideas go beyond the obvious and she manages the clients’ needs in a very specific and peculiar manner. She designs interiors where styles, spaces, and materials all come together in a coherent and harmonious way. In her office, in Rue Turgot, Paris, magic happens every day. From living spaces to bedrooms and kitchens, Veronique masters the technique behind beautiful interior renovations.
See below some of the best interior design projects she managed and find inspiration! Who knows if you’re going to get your own decor ideas?
White walls, wooden floors, and comfortable fabrics are always part of Veronique’s choices in her renovating projects. The designer is very bold with her accomplishments, but she never forgets the practicability of the interior spaces she decorates. For instance, above, several of the beautiful pieces involved in furnishing this space added a pretty pastel environment, and the apartment was fully inspired by the artistic sensibility for contemporary art of the owners.
In the living rooms Veronique designs, there’s usually a relaxed feel, in a comfortable ambiance. The overall decor, lighting, color schemes, and materials give the rooms a modern twist.
In the bedrooms Veronique includes some elements of french interior design: we can see decorative wall lamps or a velvet armchair for example. And to give it a comfortable, cozy look, flowers are part of the scene.
A white color scheme, straight lines, and a fresh ambiance make the kitchen above a place to linger. Small colored details are also a way of enriching the ambiance.
For Veronique Cotrel, listening to her client is key to a successful outcome. This may also be the reason why her many clients trust her explicitly with their needs when it comes to making their homes look beautiful, stylish, and personable. By honing in on the expectations and desires of their clients, this interior designer creates beautiful interior decors that incorporate color, practicality, and that classifiable “je ne sais quoi.”