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Parisian artist's home in a former button factory

It's Friiiiiiiday! YAY! And to celebrate I thought I'd post the beautiful home of stylist Virginie Denny and artist Alfonso Vallés. If you love Elle Decoration UK or are an avid interior design blog reader you'll have seen this home, in a former 1920's button factory, before. There's even a You Tube clip of it! But I just couldn't resist sharing the pictures again for the weekend! There are so many great colours, vintage finds and 'green' touches. A wonderful piece of art in itself!










Photography Petra Bindel via Pure Green Magazine
There's an interesting piece in Pure Green Magazine, which focuses on how concrete flooring like this is actually very green. Check it out here! And see more pics of this beautiful parisian home here.
I hope you have a lovely weekend, any great plans?! Me, I'm off to a spa tonight with a friend - I love me a little luxury and pampering from time to time!



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  1. Det där hemmet var ju helt fantastiskt, varför bor INTE JAG DÄR!

    Ha en skön fredagskväll //åsa

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  2. Ooh, enjoy the spa. This is actually the first time I am seeing this home- so thanks for sharing. Must Pin.

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  3. I know Åsa, ME TOO! Oh to be the wife of an artist so I could just go and pick and choose his paintings to dot around the home! Hope you both had a lovely weekend, the spa was wonderful B.T.W! Happy pinning homestilo!

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  4. Hi Niki, I can't tell you how lovely it is for me to see you featuring all these gorgeous European gems. I delight in your posts. I wanted also to drop you a line to let you know that you've been awarded the Liebster Blog Award. The details can be found on my blog http://majology.mymaj.net/awards/the-liebster-blog-award/. Thank you for my daily inspirations. Hugs. Gosia

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