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Chez Jérôme: a chic and personal masculine interior

Chez Jérôme: a chic and personal masculine interior

This 73m2 apartment clearly displays its chic masculine identity. Jérôme wanted to make his interior a universe oscillating between cabinet of curiosities and Art Deco. With the help of Noushka Arkitect (Architect and interior decorator), he managed to create an atmosphere that resembles him and sublimated the full potential of his home sweet home. At Jérôme's, sobriety is essential; we are with a man of taste who knows what he wants; the decor is present but not too much. Everything is a question of balance between lines and materials. And when the decorator does not find the perfect piece for Jérôme, the pair makes or reinvents it.

The doctor's venetian mask

Cloporte It was during a trip to Venice that Jérôme fell in love with this majestic decorative piece: this handmade mask entirely made by hand. It is this object that kicked off a masculine decor oscillating between cabinet of curiosities, Gatsby-style atmosphere, hushed and retro.

DIY in the bedroom

Cloporte In the bedroom, a small detail calls to the side of the bed: this cute little bedside table. For the record, the latter was made using old books recovered by the decorator, then glued to each other, before lacquering them in white. The small black Limoges porcelain lamp comes from Zangra.

The room with a cabinet of curiosities spirit

Cloporte In the bedroom, the decoration is also neat. Modernized cabinet of curiosities ambiance, with its skulls (Urban Outfitters London), its barber mirrors (Fly), its deer head, its paintings (Ibride)… The bed was bought at AMPM and has been repainted. On the wall, a peaceful blue to modernize the atmosphere. The upholstered headboard (But) and the walnut / leather desk from AMPM contribute to this cozy cabinet of curiosities.

Customized bedside table

Cloporte The bedside table was manufactured by Noushka using feet purchased from Darty and a wooden box repainted in dark oak color. The Gizel wall lamp in black metal from AMPM goes perfectly with this bedside table and the padded headboard.

A thoughtful and clever bathroom

Cloporte The bathroom has been very worked and cleverly designed because it hides at the bottom, behind the shower, a small, very useful laundry area. On the wall, this pretty dove gray highlights the interior of the shower with modern metro tiles and its pretty Art Deco fresco created to measure from a drawing made by Jérôme (industrial designer of his trade).

Decorative details in the bathroom

Woodlice In the bathroom, as in all the rest of the apartment, the attention to detail is there, very present. Nothing is left to chance. A duo of AMPM harnesses has been placed in the corner on which there are carefully chosen objects: a dog-man statue from Kare Design and a mottled vase on Le Bon Coin by Noushka.

British style toilet

Cloporte Little British side a little pub with these graphic toilets in black and white and these small frames. On the wall this pretty green gives pep.

The living room coffee table

Cloporte In the living room, great care has been taken with the furniture with this very beautiful BoConcept coffee table on which proudly sits this magnificent Taschen book on the famous photographer Helmut Newton, a real decorative object in itself.

The day lounge

Cloporte The decor of the living room is airy and graphic. The sofa (BoConcept) invites you to relax and lounge evenings. On the side of the sofa, there is a small side table made using legs of a mottled tripod stool and a light oak top from Fly re-stained in dark oak. A Marble lamp (Habitat) brings a cozy touch. The String shelf gives a lot of character to the room (Zara Home vases and photos of NY taken by Jérôme). The carpet was found at AM.PM.

The night lounge

Cloporte The living room takes on its masculine chic dimension at night. The atmosphere is even more subdued and warm.

The kitchen open to the living room

Cloporte The decor of the living room is deliberately sober in order to enhance the purity of the kitchen (Cuisinella). The latter has been designed so as to have a real table for dining with others and a bar area for entertaining. All open to the living room. The bar part, made by a carpenter, was thus attached to the island in order to obtain this dual functionality. The turned wooden feet were designed by Jérôme himself.