The French interior designer and architect, Damien Langlois-Meurinne, recently redecorated this XVIIth century mansion located on the Île Saint Louis, in Paris.

In the past, the mansion had been decorated by Jacques Garcia in a classic spirit with XVIIth century furniture, wall hangings and yellow and red tones. Today, even though Damien Langlois-Meurinne has made very few changes to its structure, the style of the appartement looks completely different.

With elegance and subtlety, he managed to give a second life to this incredible place by mixing contemporary works of art and pieces of design. He mainly used the white palette to play the card of clarity.

For this project, he designed three wool & silk rugs with our partner, la Manufacture de Tapis de Bourgogne: the « Rain », the « Aura » and the « Zebra ». These three new rugs fall in line with his previous creations : the « Zenith », the « Follow Me », the « Nautilus », the « White Sun » and the « Flakes ».

Rugs available in special size upon request.
Photos by Stephan Julliard.

By Elle Decoration