A Monochromatic Cabin in Megève

interior designer talks about monochromatic design

While many rich and famous take the first month of the year vacationing to
warmer weather destination, others like myself go back to work and duty.  
Unnaturally though I would rather be somewhere else where there is a lot of
snow and mountains- at least for a very short time.  A Cabin like this one
in Megève to come back to after a long day of skiing (with an aching body from
all the falls) is of course part of that wish.  The basic black and white
of this cottage is very soothing and fitting for the million dollar view of the
Swiss Alps, however I would rather have seen a bit more shades of brown
throughout.  The cowhide chairs for instance are the queen of this house,
what do you think? The kitchen with its monochromatic palette is a big focal
point of the cabin and the tulip chairs with rabbit pillows are also a great
warm detail.  Enjoy!

home decorator talks about monochromatic decor

In this room there is a lot of mixed textures.  The curtains are made of mohair, the table is white lacquered with a metal base and the pillows of the tulip chairs are upholstered in rabbit skin.  🙁

interior designer explains a monochromatic design
A much better view of the dining room.  Love the flowers.
interior designer showcases newtral design
Even though the kitchen is a bit on the cold side, I like it.
That hanging bubble chair calls for cot coco and a fake fur blanket
 Good and enough storage for a vacation home.
Photos by Belen Imaz via Elle Espana.  
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