Purposeful pops of color
This second-floor hallway is a rare hit of color in the neutral-toned house. It represents one of the few real deviations from a largely neutral palette of whites, grays, and wood tones. “We had the idea of not choosing too many colors—and not putting them everywhere—but rather of having them stand out, and be much more important wherever we used them,” says Olivier. In other words, make every detail count.