Interior decoration ideas
Private visits to my clients' apartments and chalets, to discover my large format mountain photos. Each print is a limited edition interior design wall decoration.
Mountain photos for a unique interior design
It is in the international city of Geneva that Julien and his partner receive us for the hanging of 6 prints of art. Pictures of summits and Alpine mountains that they acquired during one of my exhibitions in Switzerland. This modern and design wall decoration brings this extra warm soul that the couple was looking for for the interior decoration of their new house.
Dents du Midi - Canton of Vaud
A frame large format mountain photo is a good alternative to bring some depth and perspective to your interior design... especially when the landscape outside is a bit monotonous. David tells us how he found solace in the view he had of Dents du Midi from his former home.
Panoramic mountain photo for a custom kitchen credenza
For his old renovated farmhouse located in the canton of Fribourg, Max wanted a large format mountain picture in his new open kitchen. His project? To put this mountain panorama of the Valais Alps in place of the credenza. An original interior decoration that he enjoys every day while cooking or from his living room.
Cottage decoration Val d’Anniviers
A wind of freedom blows over Val d’Anniviers, in the Valais Alps. The valley is known to offer a breathtaking view of the Imperial Crown. This nature, still preserved and in its raw state, convinced Michel and Alex to acquire a magnificent wooden chalet. For the interior decoration, they opted for an authentic yet contemporary atmosphere, with a wall decoration composed of black and white mountain photos.
Luxury chalet decoration Zermatt
Direction the heart of the Alps, at the foot of the mythical Matterhorn. It is at Zermatt, in his chalet with a chic and cosy mountain decor, that Mario welcomes us. On the advice of his interior decorator, the 5 large-format mountain photos that had seduced him during an exhibition, have taken place in the chalet. Guided tour.
A print of art in a chalet in Val d’Anniviers
For the decoration of their chalet at Val d’Anniviers, Estelle and Romain were seduced by a black and white photograph, 80×120 cm, representing the Besso. At 3,668 m, it is one of the highest summits in the Swiss Alps. Visit the side of Val d’Anniviers, in the canton of Valais, with this view of the Besso which means "twin", which the young couple never tire of. Fascinated by this mountain so bewitching, they wanted to be able to admire it also in their living room.
Wall decoration of a dining room in Geneva
It was during the Mountain Show in Geneva Palexpo, that Eve and Pierre-Yves discovered my work as a mountain photographer. On this occasion, an exhibition of my photos was organized. Seduced by the viewpoints and the purity of the lines, they came back... one year later.
print large format of Dents du Midi for an apartment in the Canton of Vaud
Nicolas and his partner wanted to integrate a photo of a mountain landscape into their interior design project when they decided to renovate their living space. Living in the Canton of Vaud, they were looking for a panoramic view of the Dents du Midi, as it can be admired from Vevey or Montreux.
Large panoramic photo: the Imperial Crown of Zinal as a wall decoration in Hong Kong
The choice of the mountain panorama of the Imperial Crown of Zinal was obvious for Sébastien. Expatriate in Hong Kong with his family, this large format mountain photo is for them the anti-nostalgia remedy of the country. A very nice way to keep the link with Switzerland.
A print of art from Dents du Midi in Geneva as wall decoration.
It's on Instagram that Alain discovered my work as a photographer. A virtual art gallery that seduces more and more amateurs of photo paintings representing mountain landscapes. My playground? The Swiss Alps, the Mont Blanc massif, the glaciers of the Alps... with all the mythical summits that compose them: the Matterhorn, theThe Obergabelhorn, theEiger, the Mont Blanc, the Jungfrau and so many others... including the Dents du Midi.
Decoration of an apartment in Zürich - Imperial Crown
Opting for a picture of a mountain in winter as a decorative wall painting is often a meaningful choice. An interior decoration with a print black and white art design is a matter of choice. Benjamin wished to bring the mountainous landscape of the Valais into the decoration of his modern apartment, to find at home a little of this nature that he loves so much.
A print photo art for a design wall decoration
Michelle and Nicolas open the doors of their superb architect-designed house near Montreux. A contemporary house entirely fitted out by an interior decorator. As soon as you enter, you come face to face with the Matterhorn. Pure perfection. A large format mountain photo that the couple fell in love with from the very first seconds.
Decorating an office in a house in the United States
For the wall decoration of his office in the United States, Jason wanted to recapture the beauty of the landscapes that particularly moved him during his stay at Chamonix a few years ago. He chose a print limited edition art piece, a framed photo taken in the Mont Blanc massif. Thus, every day, when he enters the room where he likes to work, he faces a mountain photo representing the majestic Aiguille des Deux Aigles on the French Alps side.
Decoration of a mountain chalet in Villars
It is in the vaud alps that I take you to discover the interior design of Richard's comfortable and charming chalet. Let's meet in the canton of Vaud, in the heart of Villars, a typical family resort offering a spectacular view on the Muverans and the Mont Blanc. Our host has chosen a panoramic mountain landscape photo, that of the high mountains of Switzerland. A print of art that found its place in the wall decoration of an adult room.
A modern renovation with a photo of a mountain landscape
Olivier opens the doors of this typical old farmhouse entirely renovated and restyled by an interior decorator. His wish was to preserve the soul of this more than hundred year old building. But it was also necessary to bring a very personal touch, which would crystallize all his childhood memories: a mountain image. And not just any mountain, the majestic Matterhorn, on the Italian-Swiss border between the Valais and the Aosta Valley.