When French designer and colorist Marianne Evennou outfitted a small apartment for clients Antoine and Géraldine and their daughter Camille, she worked with pale gray and dusky blues as a base color to build a quiet and romantic Parisian apartment. Months later, Géraldine asked if Evennou would redesign the offices of her dental practice, a 160-square-foot converted apartment in an Haussmann building near the Champs-Élysées in Paris.
“Géraldine is a true esthete,” says Evennou of the dentist. Their collaborative intent was for a simple and refined office for patients to relax and forget the reason for their visit. It’s proof that a dental office can be sterile without sterile decor.
Above: Porcelain rinse cups, a white vessel sink (a similar sink can be found by Kraus Ceramic Vessel Bathroom Sink for $129.95 at Faucet Direct), the Latoscana Single Handle Pull Down Faucet, and pink hand soap distilled into a clear plastic pump bottle.
Above: An antique armoire sourced from Les Nouveaux Brocanteurs, table and chairs by Eero Saarinen, and Cole & Son Woods Wallpaper; €115 for a 10-meter roll ($124 for 32.8 feet) from Au Fil des Couleurs.
See more from Marianne Evennou from our posts:
- A Parisian Colorist Works Her Magic
- A Modern Atelier in France, Books Included
- Steal This Look: A Bath Inspired by Hermès