All posts with tag:french style

This townhouse is located in the very heart of London, in the prestigious ​​Notting Hill area, which is famous for its amazing architecture and many celebrity homes. This house is also a landmark and a monument of English architecture built in the mid-19th century. The design of its interiors also turned out to be interesting:…

Experimental Chalet is an oasis of Parisian chic in the middle of the Swiss Alps and a nonstandard take on mountain chalet design. A trendy chain of modern hotels with facilities in the leading world capitals can now offer a stylish ski holiday in the midst of snow-capped peaks. Without disturbing the harmony of the…

Designers of Pool studio have chosen a light, modern decor in colorful tones for a magnificent classic apartment in one of the famous Haussmann houses in Paris. As is customary in such interiors, the luxurious base of moldings, stucco and parquet has remained in its original form, while the furniture and decor are completely modern…

This wonderful house with a long history is a hidden gem of one of the most famous districts of Paris – Montmartre. Just imagine: you live in a secluded private home in a quiet area in the heart of the French capital, next to the famous Sacre Coeur church. The owner of this property is…

Wood finish of natural tone is, frankly, not the most popular material among French designers, but there is really a lot of it in the design of this Paris apartment. All kinds of panels, cabinets, consoles, doors, decor – everywhere you look, there are wooden detail everywhere. Signature Parisian moldings and stucco moldings are also…

The founders of the young French brand Merci understand the Parisian lifestyle like no one else. Their concept store for clothing and home furnishings in the trendy Marais district quickly became one of the most popular destinations for the creative and bohemian people of the city and tourists. Recently, the company decided to go even…

This Paris apartment may not have as many classic moldings and stucco as we are used to seeing, but the interiors still have such an attractive and pleasant Parisian charm. It is important to note that the design is based on arches and rounded shapes – they are everywhere, in architectural details, furniture, and even…

Design studio Boclaud Architecture used an interesting trick with red walls in this attic apartment in Paris. This accent helped smooth out a rather complex layout and added a twist to the space. The kitchen is also highlighted with color – the set emphasizes the semicircular volume of the mint hue. The bedroom and bathroom,…