Decorating with Obelisks: Jean-Louis Deniot
Posted July 13, 2017 |
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The American Express Departures Magazine (July/August 2017) recently did a profile on Jean-Louis Deniot, and called him “the sought after Paris decorator”. And if you look at his projects you will see that he incorporates lots of obelisks in his designs!
Deniot’s design style often incorporates Deco-inspired elements and pieces. This Chicago apartment is sophisticated, and uses the furniture and decorative objects to create a chic and stylish space.
The use of classical urns and obelisks works perfectly alongside modern art in the Buenos Aires home. You will notice Deniot often uses a color palate of neutrals along with black and white with fabulous effect.
In the same Buenos Aires home,, Deniot decorates the mantelpiece with two black urns, a pair of sleek black marble obelisks, and a stately columned clock. All this adds to the color scheme and the high style!
Deniot will often use obelisks as lamps, and in this Los Angeles home he paired a white marble obelisk lamp with a black shade along with a black marble obelisk, both on a chic round side table.
For the sophisticated Jean-Louis Deniot style, you might consider including some black and white obelisks in your decorating scheme!