For those out there who love the Parisian style at home, but struggle with finding the perfect way to adopt it, this one is for you. You surely agree that there’s a lot that has been said about the Parisian interiors. Paris is synonymous with style, and when it comes to interiors, these two keywords match perfectly. Many of us have tried to crack the code on how to dress or how to decorate our homes like a Parisian but didn’t find it so easy. However, Parisian apartments show us that this interior design style can be narrowed down to a few elements.
To bring you inspiration and ideas on how to get the perfect rooms, today we selected some of the best-decorated interiors from Paris homes. Take a look.
In the living room of his Paris pied-terre, designer Christopher Noto covered the wall panels with an aquamarine silk and refinished the yellow parquetry floor several times to achieve the proper gray. Asian touches include a 16th-century bronze-and-silver Thai Buddha and a Ming dynasty fretwork panel, at right.
In designer Tino Zervudachi’s Paris apartment, an Adam Fuss photogram is displayed above a salon’s Louis XVI bureau cylinder, which is paired with a white Louis XVI chair; the 1930s plaster pedestal uplight near the window is by Serge Roche, and the bronze cocktail tables are by Philippe Anthonioz.
In Tino Zervudachi’s study in Paris, a Louis XVI armchair sits next to a tripod table from the same period, topped with a sculpture by the designer’s twin sister, Manuela; a steel-and-bronze semainier from the 1950s is matched with a ’60s mirror and a Louis XVI side chair in red silk velvet.
In a Paris duplex, 19th-century cupboard doors separate the study and the master bedroom, where an Egyptian Revival mirror is positioned over the button-tufted suede headboard.
Designer Penny Drue Baird discovered the dining room’s ornate armchairs — and numerous other pieces throughout her family’s Paris apartment — at a local flea market.
Honey-color stone lines the master bath of fashion designer Stefano Pilati’s duplex in Paris. A narwhal tusk bought at Christie’s is displayed on the shelf above the sinks, which feature Lefroy Brooks fittings.
The guest bath of a Paris apartment gains a stoic grandeur from features like a granite-clad tub, decorations that include a wall-mounted Etruscan dish, and a grid-pattern floor made of antique stone.
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Source: Architectural Digest