In the two-storey home of a Parisian interior designer colors and shapes can be found in industrial style, so that they form an almost perfect unison.
In the hall neon-colored walls, concrete floors, steel stairs, and radiators are known to us from factories and greenhouses.
Opposite the kitchen, the residents can enjoy in two worn leather armchairs the fire of the steel chimney at the wall. For guests folding theater seats are intended. Besides the colorful kitchen hanged kitchen tools enrichthe room.
The oak flooring in the kitchen, living room and bathroom creates a common living space.
Serves as a sink, an old basin, which the owners have saved from a scrap yard.
The guest bathroom has an extreme sink from a former factory. The beds are scrapped camp beds painted with neon colors. Extendable lamp provides the mood.
On entering the bedroom the owner-produced blanket is to be admired. Details like the old bakelite rotary light switches are also admirable.