Stewart Manger called on our craftsmen to carry out numerous upholstery works and the installation of decorations in a modern villa, nestled on the heights of the island of a thousand and one faces.
"It was a very successful collaboration! We worked together to create a comfortable and stylish interior. It was a smooth working relationship. I look forward to working with Jouffre on other projects. My clients demanded excellence and Jouffre delivered perfection."> Visit website
Facing the sea at sunrise and surrounded by cliffs, the house melds its conceptual presence to the landscape of the island of a thousand faces, Mallorca. Devoted to the panorama, the house evolves in such a way as to balance itself with the horizon and embrace the setting admirably. Its remarkable interior is the work of Stewart Manger. Blending contemporary and traditional styles, the interior designer combines comfort and innovation and thinks through each work with passion and attention to detail. We have had the pleasure of working with him again and applying our expertise to various upholstery jobs in seating and upholstery.
From the first glance, the borders of the living room disappear: the large windows accentuate a solar atmosphere, subtly underlined by sober and soothing colors. The two contemporary armchairs facing the terrace were handcrafted by our artisans and are covered with Chapas Textiles.
The owners enjoy an intimate office space, enhanced by a sublime Papa Bear armchair by Danish designer Hans Wegner. This chair stands out with its contemporary curves and color. With its striking blue color, it contrasts with the sublime floor lamp by Mauro Fabbro installed just behind it.
In the kitchen, five counter stools are fabricated with solid walnut legs. They are covered in a blue fabric called Valencia from Chapas Textile and brighten up this neutral-toned space.
In the Master bedroom, the curved sofa, accessorized with several decorative pillows, combines comfort, functionality and inventiveness with its bean shape. It was inspired by the work of Vladimir Kagan, one of the greatest American designers of the 20th century. For its cover, our upholsterers directly shaped the looped ecru fabric on the upholstery before fixing it to the wooden frame with seams, making sure to follow the axis and steady line.
For the bedrooms of the house, Stewart Manger has imagined several headboards made in our workshops whose design is in harmony with the specific atmosphere of each room.
Finally, our seamstresses have also had the opportunity to leave their mark on this magical place by making all of the drapery. The window treatments are delicately suspended from a white lacquered technical rail. Our quilters worked with various colorful fabrics from Le Cuona, Hines Company and Lee Jofa to create double pleated curtains. In each room of the house, Stewart Manger had fun complementing the nuances of the rooms by applying contrasting bands of color to the beige backdrop in the form of curtains.