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sneak peek: caroline gomez

by anne


i’m completely loving the home of french designer caroline gomez (you may remember her best by her spoons)- clean and white, yet so colorful at the same time! the former factory provided the perfect shell for caroline to incorporate her love for 1950s scandinavian design sensibilities. make sure you click the jump to catch the entire sneak peek with additional images. i just hope my translations capture the essence caroline described en francais! [thanks, caroline!]anne

[above: Our kitchen is wood and white lacquer and the pink print by SMEG gives a touch of fun. Over the course of the seasons lots of colors make their way into the mix.]

My office, lots of books, my colors, my computers, my old file cabinets that i rescued where i keep my designs – ceramics and other projects. I adore my Spline chair by Norway Says and LUPI chair by Habitat.

Our bed room, soft and light-filled, lots of books everywhere and a bit spread out.


CLICK HERE for the rest of caroline’s sneak peek– including additional, full-sized images– after the jump!


The main room is a large room that acts as the living room, dining area and my office. I like working in the heart of the studio to maximize the space. we like uncluttered, clean space but with color. as one makes their way through the space colors are revealed: yellow, pea green, citrus, china blue…i love colors! As for paint and furniture, the general ambiance is inspired greatly by 1950s scandinavian design in staying modern and clean.

We bought this space (a former studio that repaired pinball machines) a year ago, we have made it our space, which doubles as our home and office. What we loved most was the natural light throughout the studio. I like that I can leave my bicycle in the entry when I come home.

Our small bathroom.

My wall of woodcuts.

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