Being the ultimate ambassador of a new «art de vivre à la française», Sarah Lavoine has a brand new project: an amazing book titled «Chez Moi: Decorating Your Home and Living Like a Parisienne», where she shares her knowledge in the design field, and teaches us how to get the Parisian style in our own interiors.
It is a design handbook that introduces contemporary French style, accented by French-girl advice on everything from fashion to beauty to cooking to shopping. Moreover, Lavoine’s in-the-know list of Paris addresses allows visitors to traipse through the arrondissements like locals — or even purchase items from abroad.
Full of vibrant interior photographs and charming hand-drawn illustrations, this book is all about Lavoine’s original advice and reveals how to create a truly French, fulfilling lifestyle. Here, Lavoine explains her approach to using color, highlights the indispensable elements of each space, and suggests how to add unforgettable details in order to create a restful and chic environment. With a true commitment to color, she literally plays with magic in all of her projects.
With this book, one of Paris’s most celebrated interior designers offers a fresh and personal account of what it really takes to be a Parisienne. Casual yet very elegant, warm and sophisticated, she shows in her interiors – and now in this book – what makes Paris renowned worldwide.
To celebrate launching the book, a special event hosted by WantedDesign at Seaport Studios Design Market on October 13th, 2016, 6-8pm, will have Sarah Lavoine in conversation with Design editor Julie Lasky, before signing copies of her book.
Sarah Lavoine founded her interior design practice in 2002. In just 10 years, her name has become a synonym of Parisian style. She joyfully mixes contemporary aesthetics with exceptional craftsmanship. Her chic flair is a balance of many inspirations, conveyed in her own furniture and accessories lines successfully launched in 2009. Her collection now counts couches, lighting, tableware, home decor accessories and textile.