Living Like Coco

Coco Chanel is, certainly, the best design icon. Her perception of design was ground-breaking and only all around terrific.

It was not only her garments, both, or these hallmark pearls. Chanel’s Paris flat is a great case of that design translates to an inside.

I adore her flat and that I actually adore seeing how “actual” folks choose her design – hereis a combination of equally:

Coco’s palette was straightforward at home as well as in her cabinet. White, black, golden-toned beige – the fundamental color scheme enabled without overpowering the chamber Coco to integrate complex pieces.

The black and gold palette gives a complex gleam to this toilet.

Arrangement and embellished pieces provide excellent harmony at 31 Rue Cambon.

Alek, from in The Right Bank to the Left Coastline, recreates some of Coco’s design (with teh hallmark pearls) in modest arrangements on her dresser.

The stunning chandelier is 100% Chanel.

I really like this corner of 31 Rue Cambon because it reveals the restrained aspect of Coco’s design.

SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.

This little tub, using black and white palette and its extra layout, is an excellent example of actual life Chanel type.

Ken Levenson Architect P.C.

This really is just another excellent example of restraint that is ideal – elements that are fairly and traditional business.

Feel is a large part of Coco’s insides and (particularly) her wear – feel of these nubby boucle coats. This wrapped railing reminds me of that – and gels a nautical motif, which I adore.

SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.

This chamber begins using the clean Chanel shades, subsequently integrates just a little technology along with somewhat rough-around-the-borders (the seat) to get an extremely cool outcome.