Based just north of Paris, interior designer Marianne Evennou believes that houses have souls and are the “carriers of mysteries and stories”; her aim is to “create interior spaces that transcend fashion and trends and are a refuge from the world.”
Above: White slipcovered furniture and sculptures by Franck Evennou.
Above: The entry hall features pieces by Franck Evennou.
Above: A steel staircase leads to a loft bedroom.
Above: In the open kitchen shelving, a disciplined collection of stainless and white implements adds an informal note.
Above: A tree mural in chalk, drawn on a strip of chalkboard-painted wall.
Above: An artist’s studio with classic Tolix chairs and a table made from sawhorses.
Above: Polished concrete floors add an industrial note.