If there's one thing we've come to expect from the French, it's unpredictability. Their style may be classic, but it's never without a twist or a certain je ne sais quoi. This extends to their interior aesthetic, which typically fuses a cool mix of traditional and contemporary styles, just like in this restored 1930s apartment, home to Milk Decoration Editor in Chief Isis-Colombe Combréas; her photographer partner, Karel Balas; and their two children. It has a curatorial vibe, with cool graphic details and an artistic color palette. But the most interesting part of this home is that it’s completely moveable, thanks to rotating arms that actually shift through the property. Scroll down to see more of this space through photos by Karel Balas for Yellowtrace, with design by UdA Architects.
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