We bring you proof that decorating a dining and living room area can be a real art: a loft in paris with vintage interiors that turn it into a modern decor.
The Paris antiquaire Florence Lopez is specialized in modern design. Surely her background in fine art helped in bulding all this knowlegde. She has the expertise to create one of the most beautiful spaces in the streets of paris: the loft in the city of lights, has one of the most astonishing interior design, bending together a mix of vintage furniture in a modern space.
In a skylit corner of the living room, we can find a library desk made of stained pine, two Italian armchairs from the 1960s and a tree, in order to highlight the nature feel of the whole place. But the details don’t end here: the decor would not be finished if it wasn’t for the two mid-century table lamps that give this place a modern look with a mid-century inspiration.
When it comes to the wonderful living room decoration, one of the features that stands out is the color of the fireplace, that is the same as the colors of the walls. Grey brings the right balance to this modern space. This choice was inspired in a Cubist mantel of one of Lopez’s showrooms. The armchair presented above is a Gio Ponti from the 1940s newly upholstered in a woven wool from Kvadrat.
When it comes to the dining room, the 1950s swing arm sconce by French architect-designer Pierre Guariche gives to the space a contemporary vibe. A fifties two-toned Arne Norell sideboard was one of the first chosen items to filled this home. The double lamp is a 1930s bakelite design, that fit perfectly into this sensational place.
Lopez has also created a second, larger Albers-inspired Homage to the Square that works as another living room. In this area we can find an Edward Wormley sofa that works perfectly with a 1950s coffee tables providing a mid-century feeling to the space.