Tuesday, October 27, 2015
Electricity — something we tend to take for granted here, until (as happened last night for a short time) there's a power outage. But we adapt so quickly with candles — and find a renewed appreciation for silence and/or conversation, too.
(photo: renee arns via warfashion)
Hidden away in a courtyard, away from the noise and bustle of Rue du Faubourg Saint-Antoine in the 11th Arrondissement, the Paris home of interior designer Paola Navone is a tranquil oasis — one that, surprisingly given her vocation, she has left almost untouched. With its abundance of natural light from twelve windows, beautiful wood floors and brick walls, it's a space that needs no embellishment. Here Paola has added her own creations as well as all the things she has collected on her travels. Perfect. More here on Interiørmagasinet.
(photography by enrico conti)