Monday, October 18, 2010
Many lofts tend towards the pale and serene, with white walls and minimal furnishings. Interior designer Romain Gellusseau took the opposite approach for his own small loft apartment — measuring just 68 metres square, he's filled it with eclectic finds sourced in flea markets, discovered online, a gift from relatives or just found on the street. With a background of vibrant colour to set off his collections, his home is a space filled with energy and humour — much like Romain. More photos (and article in French) here. Via Côté Maison.
(photographs by Guilliame de Laubier)