Meet the Hotel Les Deux Gares, a brand new hospitality project, designed by the English designer-artist Luke Edward Hall. Located halfway between Gare du Nord and Gare de l’Est in the 10th arrondissement, this amazing hotel has been brought here to shed some color and saturation into your life. Join Paris Design Agenda and discover all the stunning details, along with some pieces “Get The Look”, to transform your own projects!
Les Deux Gares is a stunning hotel that encompasses 40 small yet sophisticated bedrooms, divided into three cheery color schemes. Each features striped headboards, velvet fringed armchairs, and boldly tiled bathrooms. The designer’s project was an honest tribute to famous giants such as Jean Cocteau, Angela Davis, and Queen Elizabeth II.
Gisele side table has three elegant Victorian cast brass hands on a delicate tripod base hold an iridescent peacock feather top. This luxurious table is sure to be a showstopper in any room.
You can observe the Modern Mid-Century twist in each setting. The strikingly fun contrast between the floral wallpaper and a red-and-white checkered floor makes this one of the more exciting and playful fitness centers we’ve ever seen.
The bedside tables had to be quite small so the designer could base these new versions on spindly antique French Empire nightstands. In here, we can see beautiful olive green walls, pale pink woodwork, and a toffee-colored ceiling. David Hicks was the big inspiration behind this successfully achieved bedroom suite.
One of the best displays is in the lobby, which is so outrageous and authentic. The electric pea-green lobby is full of life and saturated colors, that combine perfectly. The result, as you can see, is breathtaking and the designer hand-decorated the William Kent–inspired mirror.
York is a tribute to two of our most popular designs, Trinity and Mondrian. It excels by being one of the most classic additions to the Soho Collection, and fits perfectly a modern entrance hall, bringing an elegant touch to any decor. Created within the Boca do Lobo’s style, with a blend of classic and contemporary elements, its sinuous wood legs support a glass box that encases a collection of leather, hand-carved mahogany, mirror, and lacquered drawers with distinct handcrafted brass pulls in a chrome finish.
Married to Marie Antoinette, Louis XVI was the last reigning French monarch. Influenced by the Rococo style, the Louis XVI mirror features a large frame characterized by beautifully hand-carved lines and traditional traits, and with similar design elements as its Marie Antoinette counterpart.
Of course, in a trendy and outrageous hotel like this, it is important to also keep up with every interior design trend. So it was crucial to have the velvet with fringe, stripy silk and zigzags, bright green and toile—the patterns and color never stop!
Inspired by wild, passionate nights of the Spanish dance, the Sevilliana sofa design embodies the graceful curves and attire of Sevillana dancing girls. Become entranced in the movement of modern lines drawing your eye down to the flirtatious fringe that skirts the base.