Recently spotted on The Coveteur, one of our favorite closet-visit sites, the 1960s-inspired Parisian loft of fashion designing power-couple Jerome Dreyfuss and Isabel Marant. We especially like the use of camp cots as additional seating in their live/work space; recreate the look with the following pieces.
See more of the apartment and Dreyfuss' most best-loved closet items at The Coveteur.
Above: As Dreyfuss says on The Coveteur, "For my house, I always have been inspired by California. It is filled with pieces from the 60’s and books about architecture."
Above: Manufactum's Beechwood Folding Bed is made from untreated wood, linen flax, and braided sisal; €345.
Above: Canvas' Square Pillows are made in India from hand dyed and woven fabric and is available in linen and velvet (shown); $74 each.
Above: Source an army blanket like the Rothco Olive Drab Wool Blanket for $19.99 from Camping Survival.
Above: The Brinkley 18-Inch Pillows are made from double-ply, hand-dyed cotton in rich colors like moss, mustard, denim, and red; $24.95 each from Crate & Barrel.
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