"Imperfection is beauty", said Marilyn Monroe. Nothing could be more true! What's more fascinating than a little flaw that gives character, a crack that tells a story? Now, that imperfection becomes a trend, even at home. And that's how the délabré style is born.
What is it about?
It's not about vintage or boho chic, even if basically the délabré style is a close relative of both, it comes from the same worlds. In fact, we find the eclectic soul of the bohemian, and the recovery of the good old days of the vintage, but everything in the délabré merges and exalts itself in an appreciation of what is "history", like a hymn to the imperfection that can tell a story.
In the homes for which this style has been chosen, narration is therefore the key element. You start from the past lives of the walls, you go through the vicissitudes of the objects that populate them, you finally reach the personalities of those who live there, just as if the houses were books full of details to bring to light gradually, line by line.