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Contemporary Classic Living Room: Uncover The Oasis Of The “Éternel” Apartment

A Contemporary Classic Living Room is featured in the Éternel Parisian Apartment, the newest project designed by the Studio HOME’SOCIETY x BRABBU. This apartment is located at Av. George V in Paris, with a total area of 412.4m2/4439.03f, and promises to tell a story in each corner. Owned by a fierce young lady, this apartment presents simultaneously contemporary and classic design.

We started our journey with the modern Supernova Dining Room and today we will be uncovering the true Oasis of the Apartment.

See also: Modern Dining Chairs: Discover The Contemporary Super Nova Dining Room

With a classic architecture structure, this apartment reproduces nature and world cultures through the materials, colours and shapes observed in the selection of furniture and decoration.


Contemporary Classic Living Room: Uncover The Oasis Of The “Éternel” Apartment

After crossing the entryway, you face the wide-open living room, an oasis to relax by yourself or enjoy with the warm company of friends and family.

This contemporary classic living room is composed by two WALES six-seater round sofas, two NAJ armchairs, a custom made LURAY centre table, four MECCA II side tables and AMIK table lights, a WHITE garden rug and a NAICCA suspension light. The classic fireplace is sided by two built-in bookcases inspired in NAZCA sideboard, and two PADAUNG stools.

Contemporary Classic Living Room: Uncover The Oasis Of The “Éternel” Apartment

On the opposite side of the living room, two BRYCE II consoles are placed next to the office door. A couple of graphic paintings enrich the walls, enlightened by the VELLUM XL wall lights. The diversity of colours, materials and textures are as rich as a forest can be. In this room you find: hunter green and beige cotton velvet for the seating; brushed brass and forest green marble for the side tables; casted brass, bronze glass and emperador marble for the centre table; polished brass and glossy black lacquer for the table lights; botanical silk for the area rug; brushed aged brass and crystal glass for the suspension light; walnut root veneer for the built-in bookcases; tilia wood and brushed brass for the stools; brushed aged hammered brass for the wall lights; and finally the exquisite hand painting in forest green faux marble for the consoles.

Contemporary Classic Living Room: Uncover The Oasis Of The “Éternel” Apartment

Forest is the colour palette and materials selection trend for this room: different shades of green, brown and beige are combined to bring the feeling of wood, tree leaves, sunshine and shadows. You will truly feel welcomed and surrounded by nature in the Oasis Living Room.

Often called the “Land of Castles”, Wales has some of the most impressive monuments of the Middle Ages. WALES ROUND 2 Sofa pays tribute to the country’s history. Fully upholstered in velvet, this round sofa is perfect for any contemporary living room.

Guatemala was the stage of one of the most important discoveries in the twentieth century – the Naj Tunich. Inspired by it is NAJ Bold Edition Armchair, a living room chair fully upholstered in velvet with nickeled nails. This fabric chair is sure to make a statement.

See also: Monochromatic Look: How To Create Modern Rooms With One Colour

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