Sacha Walckhoff, creative director of Christian Lacroix Maison, has a bold luxury home design that embraces pattern, texture and avant-garde art. Photography by Francis Amiand. Using animal print in décor is a risky move that can make your home feel like an ‘80s pastiche of a wildlife lodge – that is, unless those animal prints are selected and arranged by the talented creative director of Christian Lacroix Maison, Sacha Walckhoff.
Walckhoff’s apartment in the 10th arrondissement of Paris is an extraordinary study in pattern, texture and bold artwork. Animal prints are prominent in the entire luxury interior design. There is even an art sculpture of a zebra head and torso in the dining room, an art sculpture that totally brings a more artsy vibe to the entire modern design. Are you just as in love with these home design just like as we are?
“Our home is eclectic and unique, but with a strong Parisian flavor and a little bit of humor,” says Walckhoff. “Guests always comment that it is very welcoming.”
Vivid colors, crazy patters and a fun ambiance is what describes this entire home design. In here, less isn’t more, less is bore and these interior design ideas could inspire even the most ambitious creators. You might wonder why Sacha Walckhoff decided to mix everything with anything and there is really no explanation. But the eagerness to have everything that he absolutely looks for in an interior design project was key to make it feel like home and Inspiration and Ideas is absolutely in love with it.