3 months ago
3 months ago
At the heart of the winter season, the utopian and fanciful atmosphere of the 1970s winter sports is in vogue. To recreate this unbridled aesthetic universe of the seventies, Goodmoods has collected, styled and photographed vintage pieces for a thematic and ephemeral boutique: Le Bon Mood sur Leboncoin! A mood inspired by multiple references: the « new generation » resorts whose architecture has been decried and then admired (Les Arcs, Avoriaz, Flaine…), total looks more stylish than technical, between pop suits and glacier glasses, or the mythical replicas of the « Bronzés font du ski ». A stylish retro mix that echoes the desires of the moment! Antique design pieces, upholstered furniture, colourful neo vintage accessories… The warm materials and colours are now available on Goodmoods’ ephemeral online shop at Leboncoin!
Pine + Scottish
Scrabble break in the room on a mottled daybed and upholstered with a graphic fabric (Louis Napoleon – Braquenié). Emblematic pieces of design furnish this retro and cosy cocoon: an elm stool signed Pierre Chapo, a ceramic lamp by Vallauris, a module by Jean-Louis Avril, the whole chiné on Leboncoin. The Indian Dermophil, the kitsch fur (Maison de Vacances), a 1975 edition of Vogue magazine and the portable TV (12kg nevertheless!) complete the décor.
In the living room, the mottled monoski matches meticulously with the vintage green anorak. The tartan motif in the background (Sandberg – Au fil des couleurs) encourages you to laze around in the « Alky » armchair by Giancarlo Piretti (upholstered with a blue curl). The coffee table by André Sornay and the table lamp « Ressort » by Ingo Maurer complete this cosy picture.
In the children’s room, Jean-Louis Avril’s little cardboard armchairs are dressed in red houndstooth patties. The floor, which is as soft as can be, is covered with a Tibetan goat rug (Maison de Vacances). The Scottish wallpaper (Sandberg – Au fil des couleurs) contrasts with the pine panelling.
A lemon-yellow sledge and an earmuff both finish drying, on the bench (upholstered with Malindi – Pierre Frey fabric), next to a white fur piece (Maison de vacances). On the checked tablecloth (Amalfi Fabric – Le Manach): the plates from Three Seven Paris, the Hay cutting boards (to be found at the Bon Marché), an old earthenware pitcher and retro bowls for a hot chocolate.