In the Léonor Fini room, the patined ochres and the original sanguines of the artist hung on the walls bring into relief the neutral tones of the bathroom in slate and white ceramic and thus create a warm atmosphere for this bedroom opening on to the courtyard.
Romance has its place in the Rosalie room where the tone is given by a harmony of pink, beige and golden colours. The mouldings of the mirrors and the aged marble of the bathroom bring out the warm soul and the intimacy of this bedroom in which you will sleep with the windows open when the outside temperature allows.
Théodore de Banville
The magnificent Théodore de Banville room is timeless, the stuff of which dreams are made. Its walls, hung with Jouy linen from Rubelli in a harmony of China blue, promise sweet nights. Old shutters which have been reclaimed and turned into screens separate a bathroom where a corner bath in an alcove and mirrors with a country cottage-style patina take pride of place. A décor with two looks for a room with singular charm.
Painted panelling for a bedhead, red and white fabrics pell-mell, a bathtub on legs which sits harmoniously in the bathroom alcove like a bench from the Auvergne … Marianne Moreau has drawn inspiration from the region of her birth to give this room called “Les Pastourelles” a very special soul.
In the room called “Les Préludes”, the owner has given full rein to her artistic sense for an almost theatrical setting. A place of chic and refinement where the Briare enamels, the “crocodile” inlays and the marble in the bathroom go together marvellously in a tangible, timeless elegance.
The “Paul” room combines elegance and sobriety in a cameo of white and black. Its magnificent bathroom in white ceramic and slate is in perfect harmony with the room’s furniture.
Sophie’s room, with its pretty loft style, exudes a gentle, light and harmonious mood where good taste is everything that is natural. The Eiffel Tower winks in at the 7th floor window and the bathroom is composed of the very latest trends, with volcanic stone, Murano glass paste and the “rain curtain” basin.
Beneath the roofs, giving on to the courtyard, in a monochrome harmony with diffused soft light, the “Cerise” room is soothing. In this haven of serenity where only some touches of cherry colour stand out, the collection of bird pictures on the walls and the furniture with its pure lines are an artistic interpretation of tranquillity.