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An Eclectic, Monochromatic Apartment in Rouen, France by Dmitry Grinevich

03.18.19 | By
An Eclectic, Monochromatic Apartment in Rouen, France by Dmitry Grinevich

Dmitry Grinevich designed this 4-room apartment for a family in the city of Rouen, France. Spanning 230-square-meters, the apartment is located in a historic building which is reflected in the original stucco moldings that were saved. The interior features classic design elements combined with modern furnishings resulting in an eclectic, monochromatic design that’s dotted with warm woods and cold green.

Wide parquet wood floors were laid creating the illusion of larger spaces. A chandelier made from metal pipes that were given an oxidized bronze-like finish hangs in the living room above the modular sofa.

Large black and white photographs hang in the long hallway which acts as a gallery.

The office features a wall clad in wooden blocks, as does the work table.

The master bedroom leads to a small balcony that looks out to other historic buildings.

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.