logoJean Nicolas Boulmier
Artist Decorative Painter
Le "1920" Chalet du Mont d’Arbois
This is this restaurant room with very present vaults that considerably lower the ceiling levels. The original support was a bright straw yellow tadelack that gave an impression of unwelcome coldness for a mountain hotel chalet with its feet in the snow. For this renovation, the customer wanted a carpet to remove the effects of sound resonance. I presented him with a carpet design with a range of 4 or 5 tones that allowed us to have it made to measure and that triggered the option of a matt brown degraded patina at the foot of the vaults. To complete this decoration, the basins and niches were decorated with silver plated sheets of metal "ripped off". A glass separation made by Gilles Chabrier, modernizes by the leds this "rustic mountain" atmosphere. It should be noted that the characters painted on the walls by Thierry Bruet have been preserved in their original state.

Le Mont d'Arbois, Megève

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