The green terrace
Cloporte The lounge area opens onto a 30 m2 terrace on which the family has installed a pretty pergola and enjoys a breathtaking view of the Lyon skyline.
Flowers on the terrace
Cloporte Camille often takes photos from the terrace. The apartment is located on the 7th and last floor of the building the view is completely unobstructed. Many plants decorate this beautiful, warm space with gray weathered wooden floors.
A bright and simple living room
Cloporte Chloé likes clean spaces with some beautiful pieces, each of which has its story. The living room is organized around an imposing Roche-Bobois sofa.
The importance of Africa in decoration
Cloporte Before her birth, Chloé's parents lived for a long time in Senegal and she remains convinced that Africa has still left its mark on her. Therefore, we find in all the rooms of the house objects brought back from Senegal, from trips to Black Africa or bought in Galleries.
Cloporte Lately the family has been in Reunion, they brought back in their luggage hats which found a place on this large wooden figure from South Africa. Travel memories are of great importance for Chloé and Nicolas.
Camille's daughter's room
Cloporte When you go down the stairs you therefore access the bedrooms. Camille's Room is a real girl's room all dressed in pink. The bed and the furniture come from Ikea.
Girly detail in the bedroom
Cloporte No doubt here we are in a girly room. The little girl herself chose her decor and she gives pride of place to her toys, especially her head to style. The latter wears a beautiful crown of flowers, the essential and fashionable accessory.
Cloporte Next to Camille's room we find Antoine's lair. A pretty, bright boy's room. For the sleeping area, Chloé and Nicolas opted for a pretty honey parquet.
Graphic detail in Antoine's room
Cloporte Chloé's mom found these pretty illustrations with the sounds of The Nutcracker. The posters were framed and placed above the little boy's bed for a vintage chic decorative touch.
The parental suite
Cloporte Here we are in the parents' room, which has a small balcony and a small adjoining bathroom. Here too we discover small African decorative touches that Chloé has associated with designer objects such as the Pipistrello lamps. There are also small silver decorative pieces in the bedroom (including Chloé's grandmother's candy box) and in the rest of the apartment. The young woman and her husband are particularly fond of these decorative silver elements.
Kitchen open to the living room
Cloporte The kitchen (Mobalpa) plays an important role in the upstairs living space, it houses a beautiful wine cellar and its bar is very friendly for enjoying a coffee while enjoying the view.