Dining Room design with white palette and whith the best view of Effeil Tower!
This elegant and simple dining room was designed by the French interior designer Damien Langlois-Meurinne. Since setting up his own firm in 2013 has established a well-oiled aesthetic. His projects typically feature strong axes, a subdued colour palette, and the integration of niches and alcoves. “They help to create intimacy,” he notes. He also likes curvaceous furniture forms and eye-catching chandeliers.
He believes that a project is like a custom perfume: a unique and very personal assemblage (exclusive, original and singular). Thus, he attachs particular importance to each request and respond in an open and dedicated manner. He is eager that our clients are involved and participate in every step of the project.
Damien’s philosophy: to adapt how we listen and what we propose to the individual nature of each project.
Since we are in love with this project and with this view, we wanted to give you some suggestions of how you could grab inspiration from this amazing interior design and make your own white tones elegant dining room with our amazing pieces. Such as the Collins Dining Chair, by Essential Home, designed with a classic retro chic feel and comes finely upholstered in velvet, supported by tapered glossy black legs with rich accents of polished brass. It has welted stitches on the seat and a stylist degree reclining on the crescent open back. The backrest is convex, allowing comfortable seating, and perfect to pair with a circular dining table.
Speaking of a circular dining table, we suggest the Agra II Dining Table, by Brabbu, is an impressive display of craftsmanship and elegance. Its delicate work of the robust white stone softens the imposing structure, while touches of brass reflect golden warm tones to the polished surface.
When it comes to the lighting, we present you the Dorsey Suspension, by DelightFULL, inspired by the acclaimed jazz trumpet player Tommy Dorsey, this mid-century modern chandelier is a unique lighting fixture that embodies the musicality of the 1950s. Allying the best of ancient techniques with the modern expertise of high- craftsmanship, Dorsey is a handmade brass chandelier, with aluminum lamp shades. Can be used in private residences, especially as a dining room lighting fixture.
In order to complement the ambiance of this elegant dining room, we have the Jute Rug, by Caffe Latte, is a modern and neutral piece made of botanic silk, with a soft presence and an even softer touch. With a pattern and texture similar to the weaving from the traditional Brazilian jute bags used for carrying and for the storage of coffee beans.