Pierre Yovanovitch – Brussels Townhouse


Upholstery & Window Treatment

French interior designer Pierre Yovanovitch,  made use of his talents to turn a Brussels townhouse in an effortlessly livable abode, teeming with high design.

He trusted Jouffre to implement two of their savoir-faires, window-treatment and upholstery, in every room of the house.

In the living room, the Lyon-based workshops conceived three pairs of curtains in a Perrine Rousseau fabric hooked on French rings, with an electric curtain rod. As for upholsterery team, they fabricated an 8-meter long sofa on a solid wood structure assembled by French cabinetmaker Pierre-Eloi Bris. Sofa cushions were upholstered in a fabric woven by textile designer Tara Chapas. In order to brighten up the sofa, Jouffre fabricated cushions and throw pillows (IDO Diffusion, Perrine Rousseau, Chapas Textiles). Finally, Jouffre realized two ASSIS(ASY)METRIC armchairs in two Bruder & Co textiles.

In the ‘petit salon’ Jouffre fabricated a rocking-chair seat cushion and a pair of pleated curtains hooked on a polished black epoxy curtain rod.

The dining table is surrounded by natural oak wood chairs. They were fabricated collectively by Jouffre and Pierre-Eloi Bris. The dining room windows are dressed with roman shades and two pairs of curtains with inverted pleats (Holland & Sherry) that Jouffre seamstresses conceived by hand.

In the guest bedroom, Jouffre realized a bench that can turn into a bed. They also fabricated throw pillows and a pair of curtains that decorate the window.

Finally, at the middle of the master bathroom, a round bench was fabricated by Jouffre, with a seat cushion in a Rogers & Goffigon fabric. Privacy is assured with four roman shades manufactured by seamstresses and mounted by Jouffre installers in the window frame.

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Pierre Yovanovitch




Upholstery & Window Treatment