Architects Emil Humbert and Christophe Poyet were faced with a challenge when renovating a seaside cabin, located on the Italian Riviera between Bordighera and San Remo. It was tiny. So small that it didn’t even have a toilet. So naturally, they used the rooms of a ship as inspiration to maximize space. For example, each step of the stairs pull out as drawers and the platform bed doubles as a dresser. Every piece of furniture functions as storage and yet, I appreciate how they managed to find room for a thrifted stand up piano on the terrace and an old wood burning stove in the kitchen. And floor to ceiling white? Love.
Wow, this is unbelievable!
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Can I live here? Such a teeny tiny perfection!
Great work, just perfect and just my style!
It looks so spacious! Design witchcraft
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Looks soooo relaxing, I love all white!!
Ugggh! This is the perfect definition of a vacation!
This little spot is incredible!! Thank you for sharing!
Emil and Christophe did a spectacular job! The piano outside is such a creative idea =o)
It’s amazing how much they have done with this using this small space, it looks both bright and cozy at the same time!
Wow. What an amazing space. So thoughtfully curated. Just lovely.
Love the crisp white and all the gold accents and accessories. Ahhh….looks so stress free. I can almost feel the ocean breeze.
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wow this is adorable
OMG so pretty and also, I have been lookign for ages for the ladle and slottedspooons that are pretty enough to leave out- the ones I see on the third pic are incredible. I cannot find anything like this, can anyone help me with the brand or a pleace where ai am likely to find these ( look like a take on vintage enamel utensils)