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After opening her Parisian interior design agency in 2014, Caroline Andréoni is taking on a new challenge this year by creating her own brand: Caroline Andréoni La Maison.

In 2014, after 10 years at the head of her real estate agency, Caroline Andréoni decided to retrain and create her own interior design agency. Very quickly, she was entrusted with the renovation of apartments, including that of a Parisian personality, which would allow her to truly multiply her activity and create a loyal community.

Caroline Andréoni designs complete renovation projects ranging from the restructuring of spaces to furnishing and decoration. Her experience in real estate guides her and her style takes hold: the living spaces she designs combine functionality and timelessness while highlighting the know-how of her partner craftsmen. It offers a simply sophisticated, rather masculine decoration that gives pride of place to natural materials and colors.

In 2022, the creative and tireless Caroline Andréoni is taking a new course! This time, it highlights its own creations of furniture and decorative objects as well as collaborations with designers, artists and craftsmen with exceptional know-how. A veritable space of expression dedicated to personalities as passionate as they are talented, each piece reflects their encounters and draws its origin from the promotion of creation.

In limited series for responsible production and sold exclusively in the form of ephemeral online sales, these timeless and functional collections bring uniqueness to interiors. Caroline Andréoni la Maison reveals a human, creative and deeply unique adventure.

In constant search of new challenges, 2022 promises to be rich for the insatiable interior designer: in addition to the launch of her brand of furniture and decorative objects in May 2022, she will be entrusted with new professional projects, including a beautiful confidential hotel in the South of France, as well as an opening of its activity internationally.

 



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