It is believed that the Provence style has recently lost its popularity in our countries. But we are sure that the real French Provence done in the right way will always be in trend. A new catalog Classique Chic by the French store Maisons du Monde is such a good confirmation. Here we have all the best that we love in the traditional French design. Enjoy!
The Paris apartments are our long-standing and very strong love. This exquisite classic wall decor, herringbone parquet, refined pieces of furniture – the unique features of Parisian interiors cannot be confused with anything else. This apartment in the center of Paris is a good model of this unrivaled style and a vivid example of modern French design which is based on magnificent traditions. Pure beauty!
Courchevel is probably the world most famous alpine resort with expensive hotels and magnificent nature. And the recently opened Six Senses hotel is the embodiment of what wealthy tourists from all over the world come for – luxury and authentic comfort. The rooms are decorated with a noble wood, the decor is dominated by warm dark shades, and the interiors were created by leading European designers. Magnificent!
Paris Odeon area is located in the heart of Paris, just a couple of minutes walk from the Luxembourg Gardens. It is here that this small and cozy apartment is located. It is located on the basement floor, slightly below ground level, so on 60 sqm, it was important to create light and cozy home. As a result, there are two bedrooms, a rather spacious kitchen, a living room and a bathroom. The ceilings here are not very high, but they managed to keep the girder ceilings, in addition to them made and stone walls. Yellow accents and a large number of lamps added a bit of a sun to the interiors. What a nice home!
Works of the French interior photographer Pauline Le Goff are like a portion of the delicious dessert, which you want to enjoy slowly, putting all the business aside. She shoots for designers, magazines and private clients in Paris and beyond, so the spaces in her portfolio are very diverse and each in its own way interesting. But all the works are united by one beautiful detail which is a unique French charm!
French design studio Double G is not one of those that usually create calm interiors in a light neutral scheme or just white spaces. These designers are primarily great masters of color and texture (which is, by the way, very difficult), and their work always surprises with courage and bright color combinations. Just look at this apartment next to the famous Saint-Sulpice church in Paris – each room offers something special and interesting. In the living room, for example, pastel pink rules, in the kitchen – unique tiles with an active pattern, and in the bedrooms, bright wallpapers make the difference. Excellent design, but not for everyone!
In this Parisian home, there is not a single spot on walls that would not have been painted in a very bold color or decorated with bold wallpapers or tiles. The main color in the interiors is blue, its different shades can be seen in almost every room. We really loved the kitchen with the windows on the inner courtyard, especially the idea with the tile continuing on the wall. Another great project by wonderful French studio Double G.
We just can’t stop admiring old French country houses. Look at this stone cottage with its own small park and swimming pool in Normandy – everything in it, from the location to the interiors, is magnificent. Recently the studio Laure Caye brought it back to life, preserving the atmosphere of the past centuries and the classic French charm. Let’s step inside this beautiful home!
We cannot stop admiring Parisian homes. These apartments in beautiful old buildings are always so bold and gorgeous. In this city almost every project is a small masterpiece. Few of us would have decided on a completely red wall in the living room, but in this Paris apartment, the red color looks awesome. And the rest of the home is no less interesting. Enjoy!
The Grand Pigalle hotel is located in Paris’ 9th district, and this area is vibrant and diverse – here you will find fine restaurants and galleries, noisy bars, clubs, and cabarets. No surprise Grand Pigalle is also bright and impressive. The hotel occupies the whole historical building on rue Victor. There are 37 rooms designed in bohemian Parisian style with aged wallpaper, golden lamps on walls and cozy bathrooms. The bar area resembles a café from the 20s or 30s of the last century, and the reception stand seems to be saying: welcome to the one of a kind Paris!