This small apartment in the Latin Quarter of Paris needed an urgent renovation in order to regain its former attractiveness and get a new breath. Designer Laure Caye has turned dark and old spaces into light modern interiors that meet all the comfort requirements. The new design is dominated by blue shades and delicate contrast accents. Lovely home!
This stunning apartment in Paris attracts not only with its gorgeous space but also with unique design: modern art, classic fireplace, exquisite mirrors, owl figure and bright prints. The interiors tell us a story of the owners’ life and they seem to be extraordinary people. Also, we were struck by the ballet barre in the bedroom, which is not often seen in the design. And the spacious shower with a bench – perfect for those who like to spend a lot of time in the bathroom. Sophisticated design!
This spacious and light loft in Paris is an excellent example of an open-plan living space. Here, in fact, there are no solid walls (not counting those in the bathrooms), and all rooms are located within the one space with high ceilings, wooden beams and an plenty of windows. Only a glass wall separates the living area and private spaces. Great project!
Only in Paris you will find such wonderful living spaces like this apartment on the top floor of an old building. The owners here enjoy romantic views of the roofs of the houses. And these bright colors, lovely furniture, ceilings! Wonderful retro touches in the decor are also here. It is love at first sight!
Parisian interiors always differ not only in their elegance and style but also in their unusual approaches to solving design questions. In this apartment, for example, the designer came up with a wonderful partition for the kitchen – it visually fences the kitchen from the living room and dining room while not overloading the space. We also loved the bathroom floor tiles – honeycomb fits very well. Not to mention the amazing blue fireplace and the cool green sofa. Great example of modern French design!
This lovely Paris apartment is filled with the ease of being and fresh notes of warm spring air. Daylight almost unimpededly enters this beautiful apartment through the large so-called “French” windows of one of the unique historic buildings in the city center. And further, thanks to the magnificent interior architecture and the yellow-green palette, it spreads easily throughout the home, giving only the most joyful emotions to dwellers. Pure beauty!
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!