Combining two separate Victorian-style building, interior designer Danielle Moudaber has created herself a wonderful “under the sea” London house. The place is full of wavy shapes and objects that set against a theatrical backdrop of peaceful blue walls and swirling white decorations.
Danielle Moudaber has completely surrounded herself with a specific shade of her favorite color. “I have been obsessed with this particular blue for ten years,” says Moudaber. “To me, it’s the color of René Magritte’s skies. It represents infinity, spirituality, and positivity.”
Moudaber has brought inspiration from her Lebanese’s origin and different cultures, she has developed an eclectic style that brings together different elements to create a sense of surprise and individuality.
The interior, full of ornate wall moldings, features a sculptural white staircase designed by Moudaber herself. It connects the lower level living and kitchen areas to the sleeping quarters on the second floor. Moudaber also designed the shiny shapeless sofas seen in the modern living room, plus the chandeliers for the master bedroom decor.
About the inspiration behind this project ‘‘A space to think and work, to create and make things happen, to work out and maintain my enthusiasm and my imagination, to entertain, laugh and dance, to be in love and fall in love… I needed a backdrop for all of that, ideally, one that is aesthetically pleasing and that promotes all these activities — and perhaps one that can inspire me to add some new ones too!’’ The true and genuine meaning of Home.