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Decorating Ideas by Parisian Architect Sybille De Margerie
Having worked in the interior design industry for many years has made Sybille De Margerie an experienced professional. The designer’s philosophy includes some elements like being creative with simplicity, modernizing the traditional and making technology attractive. She uses elegant colors, designing for harmony and comfort. Her decorating ideasare inspiring for many people, and that’s what we bring to you today.
See below 8 of the interiors the french designer created and find the most outstanding decorating ideas. You will absolutely love them.
In 1989, Sybille de Margerie, freshly graduated from the prestigious École Boulle created her own interior design company, SM Desing, soon becoming a specialist in hotels and casinos. Above, we can see the amazing interior design she managed at the Hotel de Paris. Noble materials and bold colors make the rooms look stylish and elegant.
Her experience and know-how in the luxury hotel business, her way of interacting with demanding clients, her ability to convey brand identities, her holistic approach and, the trust given to her have all contributed to involving Sybille in the creative process. Furthermore, she often provides unique solutions and elegant finishing touches that extend beyond interior design.
The designer has a host of projects past and present to its credit for leading hotel groups – Louvre Hôtel, LVMH, Mandarin Oriental, Park Hyatt, SBM – as well as for private investors. The images above show a project in a private residence in London, in which Sybille opted for soft color contrasting with hues of purple, resulting of a luxurious ambiance.
After a careful renovation by French designer Sybille de Margerie, The Grand Amsterdam Hotel is a place of hospitality, art, and culture. Furnished with French elegance and grandeur, the hotel blends sleek design with five-star facilities, including 52 luxury suites. With the Michelin star restaurant Bridges, a Parisian themed bistro, a Foodbar, a Vinothèque, the Library ‘Or’ and a brown café, this is definitely the perfect spot for the discerning business traveler or for a luxury stay in Amsterdam.