Realisation of curious and fanciful decorative ideas
This is a bedroom with a diagonal interior wall that hides both a dressing room and a bathroom. All the boxes received an imitation canvas on which Asian poems were copied. I do not speak this language but these characters are readable since the French translations are in my possession. A combed patina with gold leaves placed on small fake wood squares constitute the rest of the decoration.
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Creation of a patinated taloche plaster on the walls with a full height paneling system and sheet-shaped corners, all in relief. The doors are a mixture of real and fake wood with a small square of bamboo inlaid in the centre. The radiators were given a raised material and then coloured with oil to give the illusion of a zebra skin.
On a background of degraded patina and combed in relief, collage of red crepe paper to imitate the "wrinkled" of poppy petals. The stems are in soft relief! Because they are made with an acrylic paste dyed green! A grey sky with a flight of poppies overlooks the entire dining area, which is located in the extension of the kitchen with its red furniture. The table designed by me represents a giant poppy with petals separated by a sandblasting.
Based on the idea of the interior designer Mr Patrick Hourcade, here is a colourful entrance made from 5 matt paints: red on the ceiling, then purple, orange, green and blue on the walls. The carpet was later made in accordance with the entrance. Montyl paintings from Guittet
Rue de Rivoli, Paris 1er