Bohemian Residence showcases a diverse range of homes, all in urban locations, and aims to show how the interiors of these properties reflect the creative personalities of their owners.
Comprised of 272 pages, filled with colour photography, the hardcover book is divided into five chapters that each present a different major city: Milan, London, Paris, Berlin and New York.
Highlights include the vividly toned apartment of illustrator Damiano Groppi, which features yellow, teal and baby pink walls paired with flea-market finds, and a Brooklyn townhouse that contrasts white surfaces with simple black details.
Furniture designer Stéphanie Marin's pastel-hued home also appears in the title, alongside a neutral coloured flat by Studio Oink that has been completed with sheer curtains and low furnishings to give the illusion of space.
The publication also contains interviews with some of the homeowners, including French interior designer Rodolphe Parente and Italian duo Andrea Marcante and Adelaide Testa, where the reveal their work process and stylistic influences.
Bohemian Residence: Metropolitan Apartments and Interior Design is available to buy for £40 from the Gestalten website.
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