My theory takes the small sewing machine-equipped workspace at face value, with the feminine touches and the purplish-pink accent in the color palette as the gender giveaway – as hypotheses go, this one might be flimsy, but I rather enjoy thinking of this large and radiant attic flat as belonging to a clothes designer. She’s chosen quite a few brightly colored stunners to deck this chic and cozy crib of hers, and softened the effect with a generous amount of white.
The red sofa, the fuchsia pillow on the bed and the paisley one backed against a terrace chair, as well as the fresh eye-popping green of the potted plants – the they all stand out, set off by the gleaming white furniture, carpets and walls. The 63 square-meter attic flat is designed to welcome, light and visitors alike, and the units are disposed lengthwise from the entrance hallway where I spotted the strappy fuchsia shoes.
With ad-like framed posters garnishing most walls and a cool black guitar propped up against the wall opposite the windows, this flat speaks highly of its owner’s taste in art. Finally, the terrace makes for a lovely vantage point and, flanked by dark-rimmed white-beam screens, it looks like a comfy nestle where spindly-legged furniture meets fluffy throw pillows to great visual effect.