We spotted this image, which is part of a feature on the Krzentowski Residence, in Paris, and just fell in love with this wall art grouping.
Parisian art gallery director, Didier Krzentowski, has a lovely place that is filled to the rim with iconic pieces, esoteric art and a wondrous collecting of all things gorgeous. Nestled amongst a purple Pierre Paulin 261 sofa, miniature Eames rockers, storage units by Maarten van Severen and photos by Nan Goldin and Diane Arbus hangs an installation piece by artist Alan McCollum.
We love the multi-colored, sherbet-toned tiles that appear perfect in a great haphazard way. We think out of the all the collectible items in this fab Parisian apartment, this colorful addition to the room would be rather easy to emulate. It's charming, fun and just makes us smile.
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