It seems that the architecture of Paris is so beautiful that even with minimal interference of a designer, housing in this city will be very elegant and beautiful. So in this wonderful apartment designers did not come up with anything supernatural, they only emphasized the structure of the magnificent old house with the help of moldings and stucco, and also added elegant modern furniture to the interiors. The result is amazing!
French Provence is all about beautiful interiors, cozy gardens, and dining in the shade of trees. All this can be found in the Hameau des Baux Hotel that is located in the small town of Paradou (Provence, France). Here the traditional Provencal style is combined with modern design: furniture and fixtures of unusual shape, bright textiles and paintings. Despite its rustic nature, this hotel positions itself as a five-star hotel: there are 20 beautiful rooms, spa programs, several restaurants, and art exhibitions on the territory of the hotel. And all this is surrounded by cypresses and olive trees, around only the beauty of the French nature and clean mountain air!
What could be better than a dose of first-class modern French design at the beginning of the week! The Paris-based studio Texier & Soulas does everything right – designers emphasize the beauty of Parisian architecture with the help of modern techniques and interior pieces. These are very elegant and beautiful spaces that inspire and raise the quality of life to a new level. Enjoy watching!
When we travel through old Europe, we want to plunge into the atmosphere of the old times, experience the charm of old architecture and beautiful narrow streets, nostalgize about the past. Modern hotels and guest houses are not always appropriate in such cities. Owners of this wonderful apartment in the heart of Lyon understand this perfectly, so they tried to recreate the feel of eary 20th century homes. As a result, now anyone can rent a beautiful vintage flat with character and history to enhance the impression from a holiday in a beautiful French city. Enjoy!
French designer Christophe Collado owns a small vintage furniture store in Lyon, but you will not find lots of aged pieces of furniture or antique decor in his apartment. This is a fine example of a trendy modern design – black panels, modernized beams, minimalistic furniture. Christophe says that he did most of renovation works by himself and some design elements are handmade (like, for example, the headboard of plywood in the bedroom). Such a stylish home!
If Scandinavian interiors can be easily recognized by white color, IKEA furniture and the absence of curtains, the Parisian apartments are also guessed from the first photo thanks to a unique architecture, magnificent stucco moldings and a chevron floors. In addition, Paris designers adore eclecticism, and this large apartment is no exception. Mix of different styles, contrasting and bold color combinations, elegant wall decor and accessories – the interiors stand out with an abundance of objects and solutions, you to explore this home again and again. Enjoy!
Ideal rental apartment means everything is compact and comfy, but apart from that, it’s important that the interior has a sense of space, and the design is unique and memorable. This small loft in a 18th-century building in the heart of Lyon has it all. Instead of popular brick walls here we have walls of beautiful stone, and the bedrooms were arranged at the mezzanine level. By the way, in the past it was a silk factory, the memory of which still lives in the city. An excellent home for a weekend in a wonderful French city!
Some traditional French elements, some retro, and a little bit of a modern style – the apartment in Paris is a vivid mix of several styles and tendencies in design, which, at first glance, are very different and do not match with each other at all. Nevertheless, thanks to this the interiors are memorable and with a twist. Great job!
The owner of interior store Casa Lopez in Paris Pierre Sauvage is a non-ordinary person, and this relates to his home as well. His previous apartment did not satisfy him just because it was built “only” slightly over 100 years ago. Therefore, as soon as he found a grandeur classical 18th century apartment in the heart of Paris, he immediately moved in without thinking. In the new home everything is exactly like he dreamed: magnificent space, high ceilings, stucco molding, and most importantly – the breath of history. Enjoy!
Magnificent Paris apartments… We can talk for hours about them, they can never be confused with anything else, they never get boring. Today we have another wonderful apartment in Paris, a bit more modern than usual, but this modernity is fully justified as it blends perfectly with the elegant architectural elements of the classic Haussmann style. Enjoy!