Liaigre's interiors immediately stand out for their understated luxury and elegance. At 77 rue de Faubourg Saint-Honoré in Paris, a splendid exhibition is being staged to showcase Liaigre's new, modern collection. The attractive materials in the various rooms embellish the interior collection all the more. Once again, the interior design company managed to bring together modesty and grace.
Liaigre has opened the doors of their new showroom and wants to surprise everyone with their clean aesthetics and originality. Every time, the company strives for the perfect balance and perfection in details with their interior architecture. Once again, this is visible in their latest collection, which is characterised by a self-evident simplicity of lines, sensuality of materials and unity of atmosphere throughout the showroom. The various rooms go in two directions: on the one hand there is an intimate space with pastel shades with grey accents and on the other hand more present spaces with deep blue accents, dark ebony cupboards and even a tobacco-coloured leather carpet. The latter illustrates the desire to create and thus achieve a new outlook.
Both the timeless Liaigre collection and a selection of contemporary art fill the rooms.
In addition to the timeless pieces by Liaigre, there are also some outspoken ones, creating the ideal balance if you ask us. One of the top items is without a doubt the masterful porcelain ceiling lamp, made in collaboration with the Nymphenburg Porcelain Manufactor. In addition, the new collection of ceramic vases, designed in collaboration with Karen Swami, adds a splash of colour and enhances the spaces thanks to bright shades such as green and turquoise. A good balance was sought between Liaigre's new collection and a selection of contemporary art. This exhibition brings together Chinese and Korean artists. Both question our relationship with nature and the human figure. In other words: this showroom is a must-see for everyone who wants to know more about the secrets of creating a timeless interior.
Photography by Claire Israel