All posts tagged: Jacqueline Morabito

The home office of Jacqueline Morabito

Jacqueline Morabito’s inspiring home office

French Interior Designer Jacqueline Morabito is by far my biggest inspiration in the world of interiors. I love how she combines effortlessly the simple lines of a modern building with vintage, baroque and handmade textured objects. Faithful to her signature style, Jacqueline Morabito’s home office exudes calm, peace and creativity. Black & white photography, illustrations, books and drawings are casually displayed on a wall-mounted desk while wooden. While vintage furniture adds warmth and textured accents to an all-white room. SHOP THE LOOK The two vintage Fanett chairs designed by Ilmari Tapiovaara in 1949 pictured by the desk, beautifully contrasts with the peaceful, clutter-free monochrome room. The upper level with the door open makes me wish this lead onto a roof terrace but maybe not… I can also spot a picture of her late Architect husband Yves Bayard (1935-2008), who designed the MAMAC (Modern Art Museum in Nice) and a vintage ladder similar to the one I had sourced in a second-hand shop in London. For the little story, Jacqueline Morabito was the French Designer who inspired me to …

Weekend styling

I love simple things at home, things that don’t shout, objects that are beautiful and have integrity like these wooden bowls I found at the Columbia Road flower market…and I love white at home. I think it comes from the need to feel that I’m in my own little bubble when I’m at home, surrounded by people and things I love. The cross below has been on our mantelpiece in the lounge for a while, waiting for me to be added to our family mood board. The book below was from the Maison Martin Margiela exhibition last year where I took Mila.