Photo by <a href="http://francoishalard.com">François Halard</a>
Photo by François Halard

In the suburb of Neuilly-sur-Seine, Paris, design studio Liaigre curated the project of a 1930s house, now completely renovated for its new residents, an art-loving couple.

Photo by <a href="http://francoishalard.com">François Halard</a>
Photo by François Halard

The couple has always been connected to the design studio Liaigre, so when it got time to design their own home, they already knew who to ask for the job.

Photo by <a href="http://francoishalard.com">François Halard</a>
Photo by François Halard

The house, when renovated by the design studio, took a completely new ambiance on the interiors thanks to the modern and clean lines of the furnishing. However, the couple owned an intriguing collection of African artifacts and decorations, which gave an incredible new depth to the spaces.

Photo by <a href="http://francoishalard.com">François Halard</a>
Photo by François Halard

The house is conceived on two stories, on the ground floor you can find a so-called “living kitchen”, for on the go breakfasts or quick meals, followed by a more formal dining room for important occasions.

Photo by <a href="http://francoishalard.com">François Halard</a>
Photo by François Halard

The building presents four bedrooms and four bathrooms, while on the outside you can relax by the pool being surrounded by the lush garden and greenery.