Inside Clara Cornet’s Eclectic Parisian Pad

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A Steven Meisel photograph, inspired by a 1970s Alex Katz painting, from Loewe’s campaign archive hangs over the bed.

As she savors the last few days of prebaby calm, Clara happily admits, “I’m excited for him to take over the space now.”

🛠 Do It Yourself

Simplify your palette Even though Clara and Luca have somewhat divergent styles, by using white and sandy hues through their home (except for a few key colorful accents), they achieve a visual unity.

Decorate with plants “Being quarantined here changed my relationship with my plants,” says Clara. “They were my little piece of the external world. I really loved gardening inside during that time, it was very soothing. I think it brings a lot to your life—it brightens the space in such a big way.”

Work with your architecture (if you can) To make Clara’s pink-tiled bathroom a little roomier, architect Laure Chouraqui, who helped her with the job, had the idea of building the shelves within the chimney. If you own your place—or are allowed to renovate—consider ways you can make the building’s architecture work for you.

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Clara perched on a chair sourced on Etsy, with her partner Luca at home in Paris.

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In the bathroom, a diagonal shelving unit was built within the building’s chimney for added storage. 

🛍 Shop It Out

Togo sofa by Michel Ducaroy for Ligne Roset, from $3,330,

Vase by Jessica Hans for Hay, $95,

The oval crib by Stokke, $699,

Ultrafragola mirror by Ettore Sottsass for Poltronova,

Standard chair by Jean Prouvé, $685,

Hektar floor lamp by IKEA, $60,