Grace is a timeless luxury apartment in Monaco designed by the duo Emil Humbert and Christophe Poyet. With a mid-century lighting design to die for, this apartment mirrors the glamor and sophistication of a unique city that made us fall in love every single time.
In a 1970’s building with a ceramic mosaic façade and with one of the most stunning views in the world, the apartment has incredible examples of design furniture from France and Italy with a contemporary design.
The intense peacock-green and purple floral wallpaper is definitely one of our favorite items of this luxury apartment, as long as, the iconic living room that features a leather Flexform sofa and mid-century Italian chairs with an eye-catching purple velvet.
In the dining room, the acajou wood bookshelf from Italia serves as the perfect divider. The Sputnik chandelier looks gorgeous in the room, giving it the perfect mid-century atmosphere.
Amy is a tribute to the great British singer and songwriter. The irreverent ﬂoor version is a reading lamp, perfect to enjoy with your favorite book at any setting. Handmade in brass and with lampshades in aluminum exactly like it was made in the 50’s. A new design star.
The master bedroom has the charm and the magic timeless Parisian chic that can be found in every single detail. Our favorite piece? The modern floor lamp that provides a refined atmosphere to the space.
Like a vintage microphone on top a stage, Lee standing lamp will steal the attention to it. The ideal corner piece for a demanding setting. It’s a mid-century lighting design classic.
Colors pop in other unexpected places around the apartment too, such as on the turquoise blue upholstered benches by H&P on the one, sunny terrace and the bright yellow pillows in the guest bedroom.
All in all, Grace is a refined mix of styles with a unique lighting design and with a quiet charisma that welcomes and relaxes, yet also enthuses and inspires.
Did you like our article? Feel free to pin all the images to your favorite Pinterest board or to print it and use in your mood board. And do not forget that you can visit our Pinterest Boards and find out the most outstanding vintage inspirations concerning interior design, arts, and lifestyle.