I first came across the work of freelance French art director Noémie Cédille after discovering the food and travel-inspired Mint magazine, a soon-to-be realized, crowd-funded project where her designs and illustrations take center stage. Noémie’s own work (she also has an Etsy shop) has a clean, geometric style with a great use of soft color. She describes her home style as rather eclectic, between vintage and contemporary, with attention to color above all. This beautiful light-filled Parisian apartment in the 11th arrondissement was her home for the past year and a half, but she recently had to move. We’re so glad we could share this sneak peek of her old place as a final send off! You can discover more of Noémie’s style on her blog. Mille mercis, Noémie! –Anne
Image above: My workspace with desk, lamp and vintage typewriter. The Diamond chair is by Harry Bertoia. The illustration in the blue frame is by Yoshitomo Nara. The pouch with red triangles is by Collectif Butane. On the wall there is an old map of Strasbourg, my hometown, photobooth photos with the friends, “Christina’s world” by Andrew Wyeth, and “Poisson rouge et sculpture” by Henri Matisse.
Click for more inside Noémie’s Parisian apartment after the jump!
Image above: The sofa is Ikea and cushions are Ikea, HEMA, and homemade (available on my Etsy shop). The coffee table is AM PM. The porcelain vase is homemade (soon available in my Etsy shop). I bought the book Drawing by Ronan and Erwan Bouroulec during their retrospective at the Musée des Arts Décorative in Paris.
Image above: The insects are from les Mauvaises Graines, the pod is a mysterious fruit brought back from Portugal, the telephone is vintage, the whiskey is Japanese, and the old books are all secondhand trades.
Image above: Beer cases from Méteor become shelves. My grandfather worked at this famous Alsatian brasserie for his entire life and I inherited these old boxes. Two books that I adore: The Wilder Man by Charles Freger and 36 Hours illustrated by Olimpia Zagnoli. The camera is a “Sardina” from Lomography, and the postcard is by Lucille Michieli.
Image above: Dresser with basic colored mirrors, my favorite jewelry, an apple cup I bought in Brussels, a small jewelry box which belonged to my grandmother, a secondhand book on insects, and a nightlight rabbit.