Jean Louis Deniot is a Paris-based ELLE Decor A-List architect and interior designer, recognized for the most amazing projects around the world. This time, Paris Design Agenda would like to present his recent project, an amazing and historic French Manor!
The 1940s table and chairs are by Maison Jansen, and the rock crystal–and-bronze chandelier is by Hervé Van der Straeten. A 19th-century mirror hangs above the marble mantel, which is topped with a neoclassical bust, and the wallcovering is by Pasaya.
The entry hall of the 19th-century country home of Jean-Louis Deniot and William Holloway, near Chantilly, France. The Portuguese settee and French console are both from the 18th century, the sculpture is by Roger Desserprit, and the portrait depicts a 17th-century noblewoman.
A guest room’s antique bed and canopy are in a Métaphores fabric, the nightstands are faux-marble Empire pedestals, and the 19th-century mirror is by Maison Jansen; the room is painted in Hale Navy by Benjamin Moore.
In the grand salon, the sofas are in a Lelièvre velvet, and a pair of 19th-century ebonized stools in a Le Manach leopard-print face a Maison Jansen cocktail table. A Louis XVI Carrara marble mantel is flanked by stools in a Pierre Frey velvet and topped with 19th-century marble lamps with Japanese paper shades by Anne Sokolsky.
In the salon, a bronze table by Ado Chale is topped with 19th-century Etruscan pieces and a Wedgwood urn, and a pair of Louis XVI chairs are covered in a Zimmer & Rohde velvet. The 17th-century giltwood mirror is flanked by bronze Empire sconces, the Sputnik-style chandelier is from the 1950s, the rug is Moroccan.