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At first glance, you would think it’s one of these Scandinavian B&W interiors. This is in fact the house of Sandrine Ziegler-Munck, the designer behind the French brand Mérésine, known for her jewels and children clothes. Located in Alsace, this 19th century house features various elements of surprise, from trompe l’oeil to revisited art display. The result is a fresh and whimsy interior.

Meresine - Entrance

Striking black floorboard, the Bertoia's '420' wire chair (Knoll) seem to float above it.

Meresine - Trompe l'oeil

The entrance back wall is decorated with a baroque trompe l'oeil. Note the skull cushion, an irreverent touch in that retro lounge chair ('Galaxy' from Svensson and Sandström).

Meresine - Dining room

A classic painting is revisited as a wall covering in the dining room. I love the contrast with the minimalist led light fixture (LeDeun Luminaires)

Meresine - Stickers

Lovely way to jazz up stair risers with stickers

Meresine - Bedroom

Touches of bright colors cheer up the immaculate white bedroom. My favorite feature? The elliptical ceiling light made of japanese paper ('Cocon', Celine Wright).

Images Marie Claire Maison