All posts with tag:Paris

In this Parisian apartment, you can savor the architecture of the ancient Haussmann building near the Champs de Mars. Despite the completely modern furniture and decor after a recent renovation, classical details still play first fiddle in the interiors – you can endlessly admire the arches, luxurious floor-to-ceiling windows and stucco moldings. At the same…

Paris is primarily famous for its ancient architecture and classic interiors, and not for its brutal industrial spaces. Therefore, the architect Felix De Montesquiou was lucky to find such a spacious loft with high ceilings and brickwork, which mood is more reminiscent of New York interiors. The owner decided not to overload the magnificent space…

The interiors of Paris are not only about herringbone parquet, classic stucco and floor-to-ceiling windows. In this beautiful city, there are also buildings from more recent periods, such as the house from the 50s in which this apartment with a terrace is located. Over the past 70 years, its interiors have not seen renovation, so…

When designer Julie Lacour took on the project of this apartment in the 19th district of Paris, its interiors had not seen renovation since the 70s of the last century. The owners were keen to breathe new modern life into newly purchased home, as well as reflect their love of travel in the design. After…

This is probably the most colorful and bold project of the French designer Marianne Evennou. This time, surprisingly, it is a rather spacious apartment in Paris (we remember, that small spaces are her main specialization), and the color scheme also consists of pastel shades, but in this case the variety of palette and patterns is…

We’ve been following the work of designer Jessica Helgerson for many years now – her remarkable renovation projects for historic mansions in Portland and Oregon set her apart from other American designers. It was even more interesting to learn that Jessica recently purchased an apartment in Paris for her family and shared photos of it….

Our favorite French designer Marianne Evennou has done it again! For those who don’t know, she is a unique master with her own signature style – she works only with small spaces and makes real masterpieces out of them. So this time Marianne designed the interiors of a very small apartment in Paris with an…

The main highlight of this spacious apartment in Paris is its corner location and triangular layout, which creates an interesting and atypical space. For example, there are no parallel walls in the living room and bedroom, while transitions between rooms and areas often form irregular angles. The apartment is located in a beautiful Haussman house,…

The project of this apartment in the heart of Paris turned out to be quite international. The owners of the home, a family from Canada, approached the American designer Lichelle Silvestry (who, however, has been working in the French capital for a while) with a request to fill their apartment in a beautiful old house…

French studio Heju showed that a home in a 100-year-old Haussmann building in Paris can look different. In this apartment, only the signature French to-floor windows give away the ancient architecture; the inner space is designed in a minimalist style with interesting modern techniques and unusual color accents. The designers used a lot of natural…