Gradient in an Art Deco apartment

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When Ramy Fischler was asked to renovate this Art Deco apartment in Paris, het didn’t just want to keep it in one era. By mixing modern furniture into the interior and painting the walls in a gradient showing the original wood color only on the bottom, he made the apartment into a mixture of different eras. I think the gradient wall is very cool and original, it really has this ‘wow’ effect.

Toen Ramy Fischler gevraagd werd dit Art Deco appartement in Parijs te renoveren, wilde hij zich niet limiteren tot een bepaald tijdperk. Hij besloot moderne meubelen in de mix te gooien en de muren in een witte gradient te schilderen zodat het originele hout enkel te zien is aan de onderkant. Ik vind de gradient muur echt cool en origineel, een gegarandeerd ‘wow’ effect om je gasten mee te verassen denk ik.

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2 Responses to Gradient in an Art Deco apartment

  1. Olga says:

    One question: how did you do that amazing gradient on the walls?

    • cocolapine says:

      Hi Olga, I didn’t do it myself, you can find the source in the blogpost. I actually don’t know how they did it. It doesn’t seem that easy ;)

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