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Designer's Paris Apartment Packs in Pop Colors, Rad Patterns

And they somehow don't clash

For his 915-square-foot Paris apartment—not an extravagant footprint by any standard —French interior designer Xavier de Saint Jean of the studio Azimut created incredible drama and pizzazz by way of pop colors, striking geometries, and whimsical prints and patterns. The newly renovated place, just spotlighted over on Marie Claire Maison, sports, for example, a living room full of patterned cushions that somehow clash less than they complement the deep blue wall, and a dining room with custom shelving built over hexagonal tiles. Fun! Check out the full tour here.