The pied-à-terre in New York jewelry designer Marie-Hélène de Taillac is a very blue and very valuable boudoir. Between French touch and sixties design. Truman Capote did not say but Holly Golightly would have loved living here. She would back all mornings after a stint as a breakfast before the windows of Tiffany's and have found his refuge, just for her ... sweet home. After sleepless nights in the bars of Manhattan, blue day. For this is the predominant color, Indian cotton hangings on the walls, covering the bed and some chairs ... to blinds and baseboards. "The blue walls, it was the starting point, the first idea. After everything was natural. "That is not who says it but Holly Marie-Hélène de Taillac the true owner.