All posts with tag:french style

In light of the high popularity of interiors composed of natural materials and colors, the Mediterranean style in design is now also in great demand. In this regard, the famous French store Maisons du Monde recently introduced a separate line of products named Formentera. As the name suggests, the new interior was inspired by the…

Living in the shadow of the famous Notre Dame de Paris – you must admit that it sounds incredibly romantic and fabulous, and it is about this kind of housing that our story is today. Designer Damien Langlois-Meurinne recently refurbished an apartment in one of the most prestigious locations in Paris – the Ile Saint-Louis….

In fact, eclecticism is one of the most difficult styles in design. Due to the lack of clear rules and frameworks, there is a very high probability of overdoing it with details and end up with a weird or tasteless interior. But from whom we can learn this style is the French – their architecture…

For many of us, renovation is a great stress and a test that we’d love to experience no more than 1-2 times in our lives and always dream that it will end as soon as possible. But there are people for whom renovation is a lifestyle and a pleasant habit. French designer Anne-Sophie Paillere has…

Simple, ordinary, restrained – this is definitely not about the interiors by French decorator Claude Cartier. She is known in her native Lyon and far beyond its borders for the extravagant, unlike anything design, in which art is closely intertwined with bold decorating techniques. And all this, as a rule, in magnificent French historical homes….

Before the outbreak of the pandemic, this apartment in St. Petersburg, Russia, was no different from ordinary housing in the old fund: ‘euroremont’ renovation, suspended ceilings and all walls covered with plasterboard. Perhaps the magnificent window frames and the height of the ceilings were reminiscent of the noble history of this building. But the client,…

The basis of almost all Parisian apartments in the city center is constant – the interiors will definitely have herringbone parquet, abundant stucco and wall moldings, an elegant fireplace and characteristic windows. But the content can vary, from purely classic to ultra-modern. But whatever decor option the owners choose, Parisian interiors will always be spectacular…

English designer Benjamin Wood did not plan to buy a home in Paris, but accidentally visiting this apartment in a house on the Conti embankment, he was fascinated by the views and surroundings. The unit overlooks the Seine and the famous Louvre – the best place to live and explore this wonderful city you can…