Stéphanie Coutas
the Parisian chic
of a luxury interior

Stéphanie Coutas created a spectacular pied-à-terre facing the Eiffel Tower. Thus, this 220 m² interior has been arranged using precious materials, enhanced by meticulousness and creativity in detailing. In a nutshell, luxury living yet cozy in the true spirit of Parisian chic.

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First of all, there is the bespoke Sofas by SC Edition – Elitis Fabric “Pacha”. Then, the table lamp in brass and alabaster from the Glustin Gallery. Then, On the side table, the ceramic sculpture “Air” by Wouter Hoste – Galerie Patrick Fourtin. Also, the coffee table in wenge and marble by Francesco Perini – Gallery FUMI. Then, the cushions are covered with G.P. & J. Baker fabric. The kitchen is a creation of SC Edition. Then, the “Aston” chairs are by Minotti. Then, the vase is from the artist Karen Swami. Finally, the ceramic sculpture is from the artist Wouter Hoste of the Patrick Fourtin Gallery.

First, on the left picture: white marble floor by Sivec & Fior di Bosco. Creation(SC Edition). Then, Mirror designed by Starck for FIAM. Chairs “Goldschmidt 2019” (Object Studio). Finally, on the right: travertine kitchen island (SC Edition).

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“Empire” chandelier (Luxxu). Then, curtains and cushions by Zimmer & Rohde. Silk carpet by Ambadi. Louis XV style armchair by Collinet covered with Orylag. Shagreen side table by Ginger Brown. “Milborne” bedspread by G.P. & J. Baker. Ceiling mirror: custom arrangement by SC Edition. “Chanel” sconce by Italamp.

An intimate setting

Firstly, the mission of an interior designer is to understand the lifestyle of his clients and to project himself in their intimacy.
Accordingly, Stéphanie Coutas was attentive to Kate, her American client who expressed the desire to have a Parisian pied-à-terre with her husband.
In the first place, Kate had two main wishes, giving Stéphanie Coutas carte blanche to design the rest with complete freedom to her vision and talent.
Firstly, Kate wanted the installation of a Baccarat chandelier designed by Stéphanie Coutas.
Secondly, and the most important request was a truly creative challenge. In fact, Kate wanted a master bedroom as a chest with dark gray moldings and a velvet texture.The challenge was met using an astonishing process and Stéphanie Coutas managed to create a perfectly intimate setting that truly enchanted the client.

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Bathtub “Barcelona” Victoria and Albert Baths by David B. The shower cubicle is a creation of SC Edition. “Mem” tap by Dornbracht  by David B. Curtains and sheers by Zimmer & Rohde. Bathroom furniture in green Antigua marble, made by SC Edition. “Chanel” sconce by Italamp.

A tailor-made luxury

The main challenge was to establish real intimacy in the master bedroom. The ceiling with molding had to be harmoniously highlighted without fabric or wallpaper. Thus, Stéphanie Coutas used a velvet flocking process on all the moldings.
Furthermore, Stéphanie Coutas gave free rein to her passion for beautiful materials and the personalization of each space. In this respect, marble enhances the bathrooms as well as the central kitchen island. The dressing room arranged like a luxury boutique combines noble materials such as precious woods and woven glass. Finally, the furniture designed by Stéphanie Coutas reinforces the custom-made spirit of this sophisticated interior.

Dressing room layout tailor-made by SC Edition. Versailles parquet flooring from Parqueterie Française.

The spirit of Parisian chic

In addition to exceptional refined houses, Stéphanie Coutas produces furniture in collaboration with renowned houses. The Baccarat chandelier that seduced Kate, for example, was staged in her Parisian pied-à-terre. The furnishing consist of characterful, bespoke pieces by Stéphanie Coutas and other contemporary designers. Key to its success is a modern and elegant atmosphere in the true spirit of Parisian chic. This interior design is the result of mutual trust between the interior designer and her client.
According to her, “Stéphanie immediately knew how to transport us into her poetic, creative and refined universe”.
Morever, this achievement illustrates the relevant work of Stéphanie Coutas, who was voted one of the top 100 designers in the world by Andrew Martin Interior Design Review.

Above left: white carpet by JD Staron. Eames sofa, Mondrian pattern, unique piece. Custom-made bedside table by SC Edition. White velvet curtains by G.P. & J. Baker. Custom-made chest by SC Edition, covered with fake fur by Nobilis. Above right: ceramic floor and walls, arabesciato marble imitation by David B. Mirror: custom layout by SC Edition. Washbasin by Devon & Devon. “Tara” Dornbracht faucet by David B.

The mirror is a custom creation by SC Edition. Towels by Sorema, custom embroidery by SC Edition. Bespoke washbasin  by SC Edition and David B. “Torch” crystal sconce by Baccarat.

Stéphanie Coutas
10, avenue Matignon
75008 Paris
www.stephaniecoutas.com

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