These decorative design ideas want to inspire you for a new polish or just a new item to add to your interior to start a new season.
TERMINAL 2G BY DOROTHEE MEILICHZON
Who would have thought that an airport Terminal can be an inspirational spot, especially when the interior designer Dorothée Meilichzon puts her hands on the redesign of the new Terminal 2 G at l’Aéroport Roissy Charles de Gaulle in Paris. The designer who is known for her many hotel and restaurant projects followed a mantra that she wanted to pass on to the departing traveller, PARIS VOUS AIME.
For this project, she designed a space that makes you calm and leaves you dreaming about your Paris séjour before boarding you flight.
A SUSTAINABLE HOME IN BALI
A team of young designers, architects and engineers known as IBUKU in Bali, crafted a village by hand out of locally grown Asper bamboo –
These wondrous structures are part of a ground-breaking Green Village ecosystem, a compound for like-minded individuals seeking a more sustainable and authentic way of living and vacationing.
Recognized as one of the most remarkable sustainable communities, this one-of-a-kind holiday home in Bali is perfect for lovers of sustainable architecture, searching a unique getaway among the island’s epic natural beauty.
The house can be rented via Boutique Homes
Finally, an online shop that sells vintage porcelain, ceramics and table wear, curated in a modern way that gets you in the mood for setting up a table. Not only that you feel good using recycled, preloved plates, vases and glasses, but it also makes your table look one of a kind. Just start with one favourite piece, that will arrive at your home beautifully package and makes also nice gifs to your friends.
Wall art is having a comeback with artist Roberto Ruspoli in Paris. Where he designed a wall painting at the BAMBINI restaurant for the architects Friedmann & Versace. The painting, REVE DE MERCREDI in an ink blue outline drawing reminds us of an homage to Greek mythological themes. @robertoruspoli
The interior designer Laura Gonzalez recently revamped the Hotel Saint James in Paris, which puts this traditional Parisian Hotel back on the map and you should also check her shop, at 3 Rue de Lille in the 7th arrondissement on her collection on summer tables to use inside and outside, made of beautiful tiles, a one-of-a-kind.