Until recently this Parisian apartment which is located in the 1830 house was owned by the descendants of famous poet Paul Valery. But now the apartment (230 sq.m) is the second home for a publisher from the USA that loves ornaments, black and white palette, as well as elements of French and Italian styles. The designer of the apartment managed to take into account all the wishes of the client and create an elegant and stylish interior with a Parisian spirit. In the living room, for example, there is a cool mix landscape wallpaper, geometric parquet, a table of a piece of wood and an elegant fireplace. These interiors are full of contrasts and bright strokes, but it makes it even more special!
Paris Handsome Hotel fully justifies its name. The designers managed to skillfully combine modernity and traditional Parisian chic in interiors decoration. Laconic gray and milky shades complement the whole army of bright colors: blue, mustard, pink, red, green. Also, designers played a lot with texture, prints, and light. What a wonderful and stylish place to stay!
The Hoxton is not a typical hotel chain and opens its hotels only in the most prominent cities within trendy locations. The concept implies beautiful historical buildings, stylish interiors with retro feel and the absence of unnecessary expensive services. We already posted two of their hotels (in London and Amsterdam), and today we are happy to share photos of the new hotel in Paris. It is a beautiful 18th-century building, a progressive 2nd district of Paris and a wonderful design from the best local studios. Enjoy!
This magnificent apartment in the 18th-century building once served as a residence for the ambassador of the last Russian tsar. Now it is a private abode of a historic architecture admirer who recently decided to breathe new life into this unique accommodation, making it comfortable for modern life. Nevertheless, in the renovated interiors there was a place for many original details that were carefully preserved or restored: parquet, marble fireplace, stucco and moldings. What a beauty!
Such extraordinary couple like the owners of this Parisian apartment could not have just ordinary home. She is a stylist for the famous French brand, he is an extravagant designer, together they form a bright and cheerful duet who likes experiments and colors. In their loft in the 11th district of Paris, there is a playful bohemian atmosphere, while a lot of incredible and unexpected details of decor can surprise anyone. Enjoy!
Hotel National des Arts et Métiers is located opposite to the Museum of Arts and Trades in Paris. In addition, the spaces were designed by famous designer and artist Rafael Navo – these two facts helped to create not just another hotel, but a unique and very interesting place. Navo prefers to use natural materials and various textures in the interiors, hence the abundance of different fabrics, textures and materials in hotel decor. A smooth wall in combination with rough plaster, a “ribbed” column and a flat mirror surface, flax and velvet, glass and stone and many more contrasting details – you want to touch everything here. This “tactility” is the main feature of the design and this makes the hotel so inspiring!
Designers of French studio GCGArchitectes have a great talent to take a classy Parisian apartment and make small masterpieces of modern design out of it. Their signature style – bold color accents and unique wallpapers – are easily recognized in the interior of this bright Parisian apartment that they finished recently. Hope you’ll also like it!
We often publish gorgeous Parisian apartments, located in beautiful old buildings in the downtown, with historical stucco and high ceilings. But today we want to show a different Paris. It’s an apartment in a new apartment complex with a more strict modern design. Calm colors and an abundance of natural light in this home ensure full relaxation and comfort. Great modern living!
To create an apartment with Paris charm in other countries than France is not an easy task at all, given the unrivaled historical architecture of the French capital. But for Russian decorator Katya Gerdt, France became the second home: here she completed several projects, she often comes here for inspiration. In recent years, Katya has been making fewer trips to Paris then before, so it was decided to bring Paris to her own home: her new Moscow apartment was inspired by the charm of famous Paris apartments. Such a nice and organic home!
Sorry, this entry is only available in Russian. But you still can enjoy photos. Главное во французской квартире – это особая атмосфера свободы, легкости и стиля. Всё это, безусловно, есть в этой прекрасной квартире в Париже. Французские окна с деревянными ставнями, высокие потолки, панели буазери на стенах и небольшой балкончик – так выглядит образцовый парижский интерьер. Но тут дело вовсе не в стандартах и шаблонах, пространство здорово преображают многочисленные картины, необычная мебель и синяя барная стойка. Прекрасно!