Exemplifying the French joie de vivre is couturier Christian Lacroix. His latest collection dazzles with saturated colors and whimsical prints that transforms interior spaces from ordinary to extraordinary. ABOUT CHRISTIAN LACROIX: Ever since the creation of the couture house in 1987, Christian Lacroix style is unique, exuberant, colorful and baroque. The Hispanic and “Arlésiennes” inspirations,…
By Tamara Magel
This living space was designed with two thoughts in mind, to juxtapose various hues of black and white without it being so literal and to create depth. The wall-unit created exclusively in the Tamara Magel furniture shop is a bleached oak that keeps an airy, open space in this sun-filled room. For a deeper aesthetic, the metal shelves monochromatically contrast the light oak; incorporating an outlet for decor without subtracting space and substituting the requirement of hanging wall art.
This dining room was designed for a modern, yet rustic Hampton’s house on the beach. As the client’s primary residence, I aimed to combine the chic sophistication of year-round living along with natural elements of the surrounding beach and farmland.