Frédéric Méchiche’s loft.
I’ve been obsessed with interior designer Frédéric Méchiche’s Le Marais loft for a while now, and I’ve squirreled away a bunch of photos of it from various sources and taken at various times over the past decade. I keep looking for an opportunity to sneak them in with another topic, but I’m starting to think they really deserve their own post.
Okay, so this is pretty much the ultimate interior moment for me. I honestly feel a tug on my heart looking at this photo. Look at the upholstery on that daybed! (And the cross pillows!)
What, you don’t have original works by Joseph Beuys and Jean Dubuffet in your living room, too?? It’s not often that I find myself wishing I were rich, but if I suddenly were to come across millions of dollars, I’m pretty sure I would spend a whole bunch of it on really fabulous art that I could see in three dimensions, in my living room, every single day.
Really, does it get ANY better than this? No, it does not! The combination of black and white, old and new—the contrasts, the textures, the light, the wood, the glass, everything! I’ve never wanted to climb into a set of photos as much as I do these.
These last two photos are more recent, and may have been taken at a different property:
It’s almost too much to handle, right? Sigh. SIGH.