What do you think about this Garden Home in Montmartre? Looks absolutely dreamy, doesn’t it?! Flora de Gastines and Anne Geistdoerfer from the agency Double G have redesigned everything, from the inside to the amazing outside area. Although the inside is incredibly contemporary, the unique feature is the astounding Parisian garden within. Join Paris Design Agenda and find out everything about this residence!
It starts with a distinguished bow window overhung by bay windows makes the dining area bathed in light. Aerial, the long suspension made to measure in Japanese paper by Céline Wright lights up the “Tulip” table by Eero Saarinen surrounded by a pair of Scandinavian “Fanett” type chairs. There’s also a bench and cushions made to measure in a light fabric in perfect harmony with the blond oak parquet.
On the second floor, the spectacular oak bookcase specially designed by Double G rises up to the mezzanine, promoting the feeling of space and volume in the living room. The beautiful spiral staircase was unearthed at Philippe Lachaux Antiquités, and it fits perfectly within the living room decor.
Besides the amazing and contemporary kitchen, there’s a small corner for quick meals. Again, there’s a bench made to measure, along with an oak table with metal base, designed by Double G. On the ground, they finished with cement tiles to match perfectly with the oak storage units.
On the amazing outside area, the dream is true, and the views absolutely breathtaking. It features a summer kitchen-dining area, with a zinc worktop and raw wood storage. The dining area mixes a bench seat and large green linen cushions, and Scandinavian chairs.
In the master bedroom, the Double G agency imagined a headboard covered with zelliges and a large double-sided mirror that partitions the bathroom. It also features a Scandinavian bedside table, a stunning lamp, and the carpet, that completes the look. Everything put together, makes this Garden Home in Montmartre an absolute dream for design aficionados.