The restructuring of this town house on the banks of the Marne was done by interior architect Vincent Morin. Natural light shines through multiple big windows in all the main rooms and creates plenty of brightness and clarity for the interior architect to work with. Vincent Morin turned to Oscar Ono’s craftsmanship for the flooring and implemented the CLASSICS collection in the decor. He chose the Miel Doux finish, which has a natural, bright and no nonsense look. The wood complements the bright tones of the setting. The architect made use of attractive decorations in a darker color palette to smoothly complement their surroundings. Dark and gold set the tone in this house, while white and green colors balance the interior design into a stylish and welcoming home.