getting a bit avant-garde.
by victoria comment


white walls in modern european home with pops of copper. / sfgirlbybay

i’ve noticed a trend of late that decor is veering away from that kind of cool california look with cacti and leather and transitioning into a rather parisian, art deco aesthetic. it’s even getting a little bit avant-garde, with uniquely shaped sofas (like ama modular sofa or the lennon sofa) upholstered in soft pastel velvets. i’m all for it, and love this look when paired with vintage classic pieces like Arne Jacobsen, eames, or Finn Juhl chairs, and killer, one of a kind futuristic looking lighting. you don’t have to go ultra modern, but it’s kind of fun to be a little experimental from time to time and try a whole new vibe.

avant-garde modular sofa. / sfgirlbybay

avant-garde chair in european bedroom. / sfgirlbybay

peachy pink velvet lounge chair. / sfgirlbybay

avant-garde metal screen in modern sitting room. / sfgirlbybay

avant-garde interiors, decor and furniture. / sfgirlbybay

neutral living room with pops of pink. / sfgirlbybay

uniquely shaped pink and cream velvet chair. / sfgirlbybay

modern pair of white armchairs. / sfgirlbybay

curved sofa with tan velvet upholstery. / sfgirlbybay

gray linen custom headboard. / sfgirlbybay

pink avant-garde sofa in whitewashed room. / sfgirlbybay

avant-garde furniture and art. / sfgirlbybay

urban outfitters tab modular chaise lounge. / sfgirlbybay

patina walls with pink velvet sofa. / sfgirlbybay

• photography credits in order of appearance: alt; @therow; architectural digest espana; blissful corners; homes to love; lady gaga via @inezandvinoodh; the monsyeurs journal; poster a day; cos; alt; architectural digest france; la mignonette; kronekern; senja cosmetics; artist Cy Twombly; @mija_mija; dezeen; H & M home collection; @legoutdem; @asplundklingstedtinterior; living room ideas; @fodeau; milk decoration; neu.boheme; @bobbyclark____; urban outfitters ama modular sofa; vogue australia.

One response to “getting a bit avant-garde.”

  1. I love this look. It’s stripped down and almost minimal, but theres such a warmth to it. Maybe it’s the texture and the interest in lighting but I hope it continues.

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