A French Designer's Colorful Home

A French Designer's Colorful Home

Sarah Coffey
Mar 3, 2009

On the Home Rejuvination blog, we spotted this article about a bright, bold home featured in the Telegraph. French designer Matali Crasset is known for her unconventional designs and her generally bright aesthetic. Her own home, a converted print-works in Paris, is exactly what we'd expect from such a playful person...

Many of the furnishings are designed by Crasset, such as Digestion, a set of stackable poufs made from cheap plastic laundry bags and Permis de Construire, cushions that can be stacked to create chairs, beds, or sofas.

The space houses Crasset's family of four, including huband François Fichot and children Popline and Arto. It also serves as the couple's workspace - large storage shelves separate the office and home zones. To read the full article with additional photos, click here.

Photos: Jean-François Jaussaud for Telegraph. Found via Home Rejuvenation Blog.

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