Robert Couturier’s SoHo Loft Full of French Flair
In an article featured in Elle Decor, interior designer Robert Couturier’s stunning loft in Manhattan was spotlighted. Robert Couturier, who grew up in Paris during the 1950′s, added a gorgeous French flair to the interior decor of his SoHo loft, and we thought we’d share just a few photos of this loft with our readers. If you’d like to add a French decorative touch to your home, perhaps these beautiful pictures will serve as inspiration for you!
In the living room of Robert Couturier’s beautiful loft, there is an oak and porcelain table by Jacques Adnet and Maurice Savin (two French designers), a Louis XV armchair that’s upholstered in a Clarence House silk, and a Louis XIV mirror.
Inside the loft’s cozy library, there is a cabinet by French designer André Sornay along with a Louis XIV table paired with Louis XIV chairs. The two armchairs, which are upholstered in Chapas Textiles cashmere, were designed by Robert Couturier himself.
There is a gorgeous pair of Louis XV bergères, which are upholstered in a Jagtar silk, inside the office of Couturier’s loft.
Images courtesy of Elle Decor