Paris is synonymous with luxury restaurants, chic fashion, inspiring museums, beautiful architecture, and… glamorous interior design. Sophistication is key here, bringing up the process of beautifying the residences with a natural instinctive capacity to come up with magnificence and effectively amalgamate the old with the new. Without further ado, let’s get into the best luxury dining rooms in Paris!
Modern design is all about an overriding feeling of serenity. This style has a powerful impact since it leads the way to self-expression, by providing room for experimentation and a canvas for playing with space, materials, and lines. Also, the Moka Dining Chair feels so Parisian.
Pierre Yovanovitch‘s resolutely contemporary style—blending a purist sensibility, site-specific art, and bespoke and vintage furniture—has made him a key player in a new French design aesthetic, defined not by ornate adornment, but by understated luxury.
Luxury dining rooms mean luxury dining tables. Modern architecture, a combination of soft blues and the Bertoia Dining Table blend in order to inspire you with an amazing dining room. Paris and mid-century are a match made in heaven.
All good things are wild and free – that’s why Mother Earth is one of the most fascinating sources of inspiration you can think of. Inspired by Nature, the Bonsai Dining Table boasts bold lines and character in a fantastic blend of styles and material finishes.
We all know black is not dull or unimaginative, it’s classic and poetic – just like Paris. it can be majestic and delicate at the same time, striking the perfect balance between different ideas and contrasting moods. We love the Ellen Dining Chair in black!
Located near the Jardin des Tuileries, Le Roch Hôtel & Spa Paris is a 5-star hotel where contemporary design and an elegant atmosphere meet. This charming Boutique Hotel was designed by the architect and top interior designer Sarah Lavoine. The art of simplicity rather than ostentatious splendor is both the designer’s and the hotel’s conception of luxury.
In Paris, the City of Lights and the home of the iconic design is nestled a luxurious and eclectic 1450 square feet apartment. An apartment fit for the most creative minds, this project is one of the many homes of a prolific architect, who also dabbles in the art dealing world. A neutral and clean background where everything fits perfectly in harmony, and pieces like Hera express luxury all around.
Whether you chose to splash a striking shade across your walls, floors or both, there’s nothing more classic than a decision that celebrates color in all its glory. And a statement chandelier, of course. Just like the magnificent Brubeck!
A bit classic, a bit modern, fully authentic – that’s how we define Fortuna. Finding inspiration in the past through modern-inspired visual concepts is what this dining table proposes, enlightening the powerfulness of a luxurious, bespoke dining room design.
Le Germain was India Mahdavi‘s first project in Paris, opening its doors in 2009; the restaurant revives the Parisian bistro creatively and recreationally with a pixelated floor and a graphically illuminated ceiling, anis green and orange tones around a 5-meter yellow metal statue. Unique!