We have already visited virtually several modern and elegant spaces. It's time to enjoy some extravagant inspiration.
Here are two apartments who share many features with the style neoclassical . This style, elegant and complex, appears in the mid-1700s and retains its popularity until the beginning of 1800s. Neoclassicism arose in direct response to the frivolity of the Rococo style - so it was considered the minimalist style at the time. The n éoclassicisme was actually a revival of classical Greek style. For its part, the Art Deco style appeared for the first time in the 1910s and immediately became a worldwide success. Often considered too "kitsch", married to neoclassical style, the Art Deco style is more elegant and discreet.
Neoclassical style married to Art Deco style: a fascinating idea
The first area to visit is an apartment that updates the classic Louis XVI style. This space is named Château Margaux and was designed by the Russian designer Anya Abramova . Its design is not imposing, on the contrary - one feels comfortably in this atmosphere s shadow and sophisticated. Thanks to the choice of darker colors, the space is luxurious, but relaxing and intimate at the same time. It's a truly incredible and very creative interpretation of the neoclassical era design .
An interpretation of the neoclassical style very creative
Even the choice of lighting pays homage to neoclassical historical themes. These glass luminaires were inspired by the legendary chandeliers of the opera halls .
Luminaries inspired by the chandeliers of the opera halls
The dining room is sophisticated and discreet, with strong rustic tones. Other elements, like the interesting hanging luminaire, are purely modern.
Dining room open to the kitchen
The tones of the kitchen are dark, the furniture is matte black wood. The fabulous Wall tile between windows is a charming rural style.
The fixture is modern, but with Edison bulbs!
Who would not want to have a dressing design like this? The stool in the middle is big enough for two. Its white color contrasts with the matte black furniture and refreshes the interior. This dressing has an incredible amount of storage.
Dressing room that makes you dream
Art style deco was considered a revival of neoclassical style. It is sure that in this interior the presence of tones Art d eco is very strong . Moreover, it is rare to see a window in a dressing, but it is certain that it greatly enhances the atmosphere of it .
Incredible storage amount
Interior of an apartment in Art Deco style, design Bruno Tarsia
The interior of the second apartment embraces a wide range of styles around the neoclassical period, decorated with lots of furniture and accessories modern. The sophisticated decorative objects are sometimes awesome and at the same time adding a unique touch to bedroom.
Sophisticated interior, elegant and modern
The dining room is beautifully appointed with touches of style Art Deco and Neoclassical. The chairs take an interesting approach to the neoclassical tradition , using a cold spiral structure that attracts immediately look .
Modern design furniture inspired by Art Deco
The modern vases placed on the shelf and on the shelf are a little more faithful to the theme, since the entire neoclassical revolution was strongly inspired by the classical Greek style - they take the classical forms of Greek pottery and balance with a neoclassical sense of symmetry. The vase at the top, for example, could be a pitcher's interpretation ( olpe in Greek), while the vase at the bottom is more an amphora .
Beautiful elegant interior of Neoclassical and Art Deco inspiration
Neoclassical influences are even clearer here. What fabulous ornaments and moldings! The woodwork is incredibly complex, consisting of several popular neoclassical motifs. At the time, even the most prominent members of society rarely had anything so detailed .
Very detailed fabulous moldings
The reason ove was extremely common in neoclassical architecture. It is seen here on the sides of the woodwork, with stylized acanthus. The doors are also quite impressive .
Every detail in this interior is impressive
The soil is spectacular! At the time of neoclassicism, it was common to have ivory inlays. But this particular parquet model is rather modern. The black marble strengthens even more the luxurious side .
There is a small side "Gatsby the Magnificent" in this bedroom, is not it? Pretty s furs and shiny patterns: it's a dream!
Every detail in this interior teleports us in the 20's ... The hat is particularly fabulous.
Headboard and fabulous wallpaper
Wonderful jewelry box
This jewelry box is a beautiful decorative detail in this interior. Its edges, shape and materials transport us to neoclassical times. The asymmetrical design is more inspired by the Rococo era. Many neoclassical owners possessed rococo antiques in addition to their contemporary pieces .
Neoclassicism, Art Deco and Rococo
Our attention is immediately drawn to the beautiful stool in the dressing.
Elegant and modern dressing room
The clothes are almost as fascinating that the interior architecture of this apartment. In fact, neoclassical fashion favored white fabrics and the simple forms. These classic dresses are not too far from the dress style of the time .
Two interiors that make you dream ...