Champeau and Wilde are a French top design studio that offers fully designed projects that express their client’s desires while adding a spirit and a style of their own and always keeping in mind the essential ideas of comfort, modernity, and practicality. Laurent Champeau is responsible to create the interior design project and Kelli Wilde manages all the contemporary décor details. Do you need the inspiration to renovate your modern bedroom? Are you looking for some contemporary bedroom décor ideas? We provide you the inspiration you need: get amazed by these stunning and luxury bedroom design projects by Champeau and Wilde!
Inside each of these modern bedrooms designed by Champeau and Wilde, the French Style provides a stunning balance between sophistication a variety of different styles, incorporating bold new styles that blend seamlessly with more traditional designs to provide a chic and stylish palette.
Also, there is careful attention to detail inside these luxury bedrooms when we talk about layouts, space, materials, custom-designed modern furniture, accessories, and fabrics. Champeau and Wilde apply the intangible rules of sophistication à la française to their work by using the subtle alliance of contemporary and classical references while carefully listening to their client’s wishes in order to create classy and comfortable bedroom interiors.
Inside this master bedroom, there is a headboard and nightstand designed by Champeau and Wilde, a velvet side chair that’s a 1980s prototype from Liaigre, and a metal sun sculpture by artisan metalwork brand Curtis Jere. Wilde used mirrors to enlarge and brighten the rooms and to create a sense of symmetry throughout. She enhanced the diverse furniture styles with antique pieces, flea market finds, metalwork, artworks, as well as custom-made pieces.
Champeau and Wilde also retained the classical aesthetics of the original space but reconfigured the layout of these luxury bedrooms, so the interiors resemble a large loft while reflecting elements of French unique design: everything seems natural because the design studio has incorporated the old with the new.
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