The idea of this third mood board? Take up the challenge of unusual color palette in Interior Design. Nothing forbids loving purple and yellow, is it?
Here, the painting of Don Gordon, both dark and colorful, encourages a trip to a boudoir, made to stroll or have tea as an invitation to another dimension in which time stands still
In tribute to the complementary color palette of yellow and purple, the leather and straw wallpaper helps to create a cozy atmosphere as the lighting brings a halo while curve and smooth. Styles and eras mingle with the color palette to transport us in time.
Wallpaper & soft atmosphere
Ambience: The wallpaper of Elitis, Panama Cocktail Latino, brings a hushed atmosphere enhanced by the color offering subtle warm shades on a dominant purple. Its unique texture is in natural fiber combining leather and straw. This kind of wall covering, fashionable in the 80s, brings a feeling of comfort with the use of natural fibers.
Louis XV, a classic armchair
Nothing like a Louis XV style armchair to provide the comfort necessary for this boudoir. The choice of a radiant yellow velvet supports the contrast and the keys of lights in a rather dark atmosphere. Difficult to find in a yellow velvet? Well, it is easy to get (in France) the same chair as this one (seen at 1rst Dibs) and to ensure the renovation, in the desired colors.
Wall lamp suspended between modern & classicism
To play the confusion and extend the journey in time, the Jolie wall lamp designed by Fédérica Biasi, maintains the doubt between modern and classicism. The light applied on the wall contribute to a soft lighting and a deepening of the Elitis wallpaper.
A table with an art deco feel
While the coffee table takes us to another more contemporary era with a design close to art deco.
Zoe Rug by Paola Lenti
Designed for outdoor and indoor use, the Paola Lenti Zoe collection carpet increases the modern and contemporary feel of our boudoir. Beyond its remarkable shapes and color, this rug is made of durable materials such as the entire collection designated by Lenti.
All the mood boards in that series of 5 are visible during all the duration of the exhibition. More information here: https://ypalixart.com/
The actual vignette of the mood board called ‘Relaxation’ will be visible during a special visit: Interior Architecture & Decoration on Saturday, November 9 afternoon from 16:30.