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A lounge with refined refinement
Alexis Cottin To give life to a lounge that is as design as it is warm, Margaux Beja commissioned custom oak tables in Morocco. In terms of decoration, the space revolves around a beautiful gray Ligne Roset sofa and a comfortable AM armchair. PM., And is enhanced by a graphic pendant light, and, on the right, a multitude of storage compartments, mirror and wall shelves (Inga Sempé for the publisher Mustache.
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Alexis Cottin Over the entire length of the living-dining room, Margaux Beja has created a long bench, always in oak, and always made to measure. Under the latter, many drawers are hidden, enough to make superfluous throws and cushions disappear. On the wall, raw wood mirrors (Storie) dress and enhance the space.
A dining room-living room all dressed in wood
Alexis Cottin In the dining room, a beautiful oak table made to measure in Morocco is topped with a delicate rattan pendant lamp, found at Gervasoni.
A warm bedroom
Alexis Cottin Housed in one of the facades of the Cube, the room offers an intimate atmosphere, expertly created using neutral-colored cushions, and a bedspread, a souvenir of a trip to Morocco. On the left, a door stands out, what is it hiding? Answer in the next photo…
A bathroom between pastel and wood
Alexis Cottin Hidden inside the Cube ... the pastel-colored bathroom. Optimized in this way, the space dedicated to well-being has a bathtub and plenty of oak storage space, fixed in height, saving space.
Decorative niches and soft lighting
Alexis Cottin Back to the sleeping area, where the front of the Cube is decorated with decorative niches, similar to pretty bedside tables, and black metal sconces, bought at Maisons du Monde.
A multitude of smart storage and a real office area
Alexis Cottin As in the living room, dressed in built-in oak niches, the bedroom plays its space-saving card with a real office corner, inserted in a minimalist alcove, imagined by Margaux Beja.