Discover a rare gem in the 18th arrondissement of Paris: a 32 m2 pied-à-terre brought back to life by Betty, after years of neglect. Enjoy the creative magic of interior designer Margaux Meza from Transition ID as she transforms a once one-room studio into a work of art.

From Forgotten Space to Functional Elegance

Once an uninhabited studio, this pied-à-terre now stands as an emblem of tasteful renovation. Margaux Meza reimagined the space, introducing a small bedroom complete with a bed and shelves, ensuring that every inch of the 32 m2 apartment was utilized. A cleverly installed electric VMC ensures the newly-formed room remains fresh and breathable.

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A Palette for Pleasure

The choice in color scheme is a nod to brightness and charm: light green hues bounce off the walls, enhanced by the subtle sparkle of gold accents. The blond parquet floors provide a warm contrast, wrapping the room in a lovely, inviting glow.

Customized to Perfection

Every element of the interior design is customized to fit the space perfectly. From the banquette, bookcase, and wardrobe to the headboard, each piece was carefully chosen and crafted to harmonize with the room, enhancing its cosiness and .

Furniture that Tells a Story

Furniture and lighting were selected with an eye for detail, contributing to the apartment's luxurious ambiance. Timeless design pieces add a sense of style, highlighting the unique character of the apartment.

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Details that Dazzle

Betty's meticulous attention to detail is evident in the pieces spread throughout the apartment. The boasts a Pumpkin sofa from Ligne Roset, a Knoll armchair, and an AM.PM coffee table under a chic Diabolo wall lamp from Chiara Colombini. The room is adorned with Riviera wallpaper from Isidore Leroy, complemented by Madura cushions and a cozy carpet.

In the , furniture painted in Tilleul and Laurier by Sarah Lavoine for Ressource stands out, along with a sleek Knoll table and Series 7 chairs by Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen. The bench, designed by the Atelier Asseyons-nous un instant, adds a touch of Parisian flair to the space.

In the hallway, Muuto coat hooks add a touch of modern simplicity, providing a fitting welcome to this beautifully renovated pied-à-terre in the heart of Paris.

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