Follow Parisian Chic Style In 4 Easy Steps with Laurie Heriard Dubreuil.We analyse our love for Paris and the refreshing ideas of the city of lights give us.
Let retail expert Laure Heriard Dubreuil’s from the chic boutique The Webster in New York City be your guide.
First, there are the furnishings, a carefully curated mix of vintage pieces by the likes of Milo Baughman, Pierre Jeanneret, and Hans Wegner that feels as if it has been lovingly collected over a lifetime spent in the city’s best flea markets.
Then there’s the unapologetic use of colour in the living room and dining room. In the master bedroom, a yellow-and-black dresser is covered in panels of black, yellow, and white Murano glass, and the bed features a yellow velvet coverlet against a deep blue upholstered frame. “Laure is all about sunshine and colour and wants things to be vibrant,” says designer Christopher Osvai, who helped Heriard Dubreuil articulate her vision.
The result is a home that feels effortlessly chic and sophisticated, like the woman herself.
Mix with flavour. Blend vintage pieces with contemporary art and modern upholstery for an eclectic look that feels as if it has been perfected over time.
Embrace the unexpected. In the garden-level kitchen, a 1960s dining set by Giuseppe Raimondo was covered in firetruck-red vinyl—a move that is both kid-friendly and entirely chic.
Layer in metallics. Milo Baughman stainless-steel pivot chairs offer sleek contrast and a touch of 1970s glam to the living room’s period details.
Use colour fearlessly. Bold blast in the Memphis style table and a painting by Young in the entrance hall hint at the surprising decor that lies beyond.
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