1930’s ‘Carte Blanche’ Space is Sprinkled with Color

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1930's 'Carte Blanche' Space is Sprinkled with Color

A small and growing family in Bordeaux, France and their beautiful residence has a seemingly Swedish appeal to it. Originating as an old jukebox/pinball repair shop in the 1930’s, this home has had some new life breathed into it with a fresh coat of white paint and some splashes of color that just wrangles us in.

So many hues are incorporated into the home of this trained colorist, and since it doubles as her workshop– it has to meld well in any photographic situation as well as be a bit flexible for shoots. Pinks, yellows, minty tones and perfect blends of greige really help to make the natural light filter and sparkle against the slim and simple architectural detailing. Pattern and scale also partake in the decor and drama of the home, acting out on sofas pillows and the stacks of books that are all organized by color.

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Photography: Julien Fernandez via Style Me Pretty, Remodelista

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