Many of us are curious about the look of the private residences of famous interior designers. Today you have the opportunity to discover the flat of a London-based interior designer Danielle Moudaber and the unique coffee tables she used in the interior.
Multitalented interior designer Danielle Moudaber is famous for developing her own idiosyncratic and eclectic style that creates a sense of surprise and uniqueness by bringing together contrasting objects. Her two-storey flat in an 1870’s Victorian-style building in London with the contemporary interior is a protest of unusual shapes and elements.
Danielle Moudaber says that she designed the apartment to ‘‘sooth her soul’’ and remind her of the endless blue and light of the Mediterranean.
The living space and kitchen on the ground floor are connected to the sleeping areas on the upper floor via a sculptural staircase designed by Moudaber herself.
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The apartment is so rich in home decor that is also reminds an enormous live-in artwork. The high-ceiling spaces on both floors are filled with all sorts of treasures: items designed by Moudaber, original works of art, antiques, unique coffee tables and vintage furniture.
The famous designer knows like anybody else about the importance of coffee tables in the interior design. For the design of her flat, Danielle Moudaber used very stylish and unique coffee tables that perfectly complement her outstanding living space.
For Moudaber, the inspiration behind the modern design of her flat was own needs and tastes: ‘‘A space to think and work, to create and make things happen, to work out and maintain my enthusiasm and my imagination, to entertain, laugh and dance, to be in love and fall in love… I needed a backdrop for all of that, ideally one that is aesthetically pleasing and that promotes all these activities — and perhaps one that can inspire me to add some new ones too!’’