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Embassies district, a quiet street of the 17th arrondissement ... and discover a mansion of character that has seduced a family with children. It is the interior designer Fabienne Boé of Pirey who orchestrated its metamorphosis by privileging light and modernity, on all floors. In photo: View of the garden, the facade with very classic scheduling

Jean-Marc Palisse

Discovery of a mansion in the 18th in Paris, which seduced a family with children. It is the interior designer Fabienne Boé of Pirey who orchestrated the metamorphosis of this bourgeois family house with garden, emphasizing light and modernity on all floors.

Thomas and Sophie lived in a Haussmann apartment, with a view of the Bois de Boulogne. Out of green, lacking the outdoors, this tame garden had become their place of relaxation, their resort space to share. Growing children, they opt for a square of nature looking for a house with garden, right in Paris. After intensive research, their choice is on this mansion. Very enthusiastic, their first impression was however nuanced by the bidding of more or less controlled decorative effects. They call on the interior designer Fabienne Boé Pirey who immediately identifies the potential of the building very classic. The idea: to respect the style but lighten the space. Without intervening on the volumes, it privileges the light, in particular in the large crossing room of the ground floor.

The kitchen, table and worktop in black stone from Zimbabwe and gray lacquered arrangement, Siematic. Clock, The Conran Shop, Dishware "Rally 24", Hermes, and Cutlery, Chistofle.

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A town house built around the stairs

Upon entry, the tone is given. An Anglo-Saxon touch that translates to a striped black wallpaper "tennis" accentuating the notion of height and lining the oak staircase, around which radiate all the pieces. As a finishing touch, baseboards and cornices were also painted black. Central element, it serves the two floors, the first reserved for parents, the second for children. Like a boarding house or a small boutique hotel, each door is numbered. In the same way, to perfect this intention, ancient portraits, inherited or hinted, line the stairway.

View of the garden, the facade with very classic scheduling

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The interior designer offers a "tailor-made" accompaniment

Among the many qualities of the interior designer Fabienne Boé Pirey, note its ability to listen. An empathy she administers in sets as in arrangements. Even if it sometimes guides the choices, it respects the ideas and the tastes of each one. "The important thing is that the space is harmonious and that people feel good about it, for example, I have just finished an apartment with burnt orange and purple plum colors, a daring supported by the owners," she says. Conversely, some of my clients need to be completely guided. Accompanied by talented craftsmen to whom she orders masterpieces such as a library, a staircase, shelves or furniture. For this house, Fabienne has associated styles, focusing on her favorite publishers. The open mind, she does not stop to look for unique pieces like this Mickey head from a carnival, mirrors, tables that accompany the lamp "Arco" Achilles and Piergiacomo Castiglioni. Or a crystal chandelier of Fleas alongside Moroccan rugs and a reissue of a lamp by the artist Max Sauze ... A fluidity, a freedom that she knows as well translate into volumes as selected objects.

The parents' room, headboard with view of Paris by Mathieu, Deco Graf, Linen linen, Thank you, plaid, Caravan, and bedside lamps, Atelier 154.

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Contact of the interior designer Fabienne Boé of Pirey: Interiors Agency. Such. 06 60 73 24 01 and agenceinterieurs.fr

The dining room adjoining the living room, upholstered table and chairs from the 1950s, Galerie 50 at Marché Serpette, the others, Nothing to wax, crystal candlesticks "Our Fire" by Philippe Starck, Baccarat, goblets, CFOC, and metal plates Indian. In the background, a tryptic Bruno de Pirey, and a lamp post wire Marie Christophe.

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The living room. Crystal chandelier flecked with china, armchairs "Paulistano", Objekto, and moumoutes, Fab design. "Leka" mirrors, "Kira" coffee table in sheet steel, "Ko" floor lamps, carpet and "Loma" fireside chair, all Caravan, sofa and chaise longue, Marie's Corner, covered with wild linen, Caravan, cushions, Lindell & Co. "Central Park" painting, 2011, by Delphine Vincent. Floor lamp "Arco" by Achille and Piergiacomo Castiglioni, Flos, and Mickey, ancient head of carnival mottled. Armchairs and curtains made to measure in fabric, Dedar, Atelier Christèle Chaffard.

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The central staircase covered with "Ray Pietra" wallpaper, Dedar, serves both floors. On the wall, portraits of family and others found.

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Bureau in gray oak veneer, Oberflex, by Pierre Juery, "Tropical Birds" wallpaper, Cole & Son at Au Fil des Couleurs. Chair "Panton Chair" by Verner Panton, Vitra.

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Romain's room, medium desk, Valchromat, by Pierre Juery, office chair, Silvera, and linen and cotton awning, Dominique Kieffer, Atelier Christèle Chaffard.

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View of the garden, the façade with a very classic layout. And the steps of this mansion of 1880, with its staircase highlighted with boxwood pots.

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Romain's room, passionate about photos, with a wall entirely lined with black and white reading prints. Applique "N ° 210", Bold Lamp by DCW editions, and poster of Antonioni's Blow Up, a wink to the profession of photographer.

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At the end of the garden, a fountain with a lion's head and a wall dressed with custom trellis. This trompe-l'oeil realization gives an impression of perspective. Highchair, The Prince Gardener.

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