Hotel Particulier Boulevard des Belges is a stunning modern home created by the top interior designer, Claude Cartier, that brought the 70’s shades in a fresh and new way into this luxurious house in Lyon.
Between green shades and bold notes of terracotta, she created an eclectic and contemporary home using these colors with a delicate touch she mixed to the gentle pastels, natural patterns and luxurious materials.
The challenge for the interior designer was to integrate the modern design with the classic architectural elements in the building and beautiful traditional details. She uses bold hues to highlight original architectural details, while artfully balancing them with more muted tones.
Claude Cartier is a versatile designer and collaborates with many top furniture brands and has a unique vision for the integration of space design and products.
The tapestries on the walls and touches of floral upholstery break up the blocks of color, but what binds the space is a sense of glamour. In such a classic space, she chose some avant-garde and modern furniture designers, and in the choice of colors and shapes, it is extremely bold.
In addition to luxury furniture, lamps, and decorative mirrors, her use of carpets is also extremely bold. She selected stunning carpets from CC Tapis that have geometric design and color blocks, break the space limitations with visual impact, and create a more three-dimensional space atmosphere.
It is this unrestrained open design that gives space a stylish atmosphere and gives the design project a unique art style.
Source: Claude Cartier