Pied-à-Terre is an extraordinary residential type of housing that is normally smaller or flatter than a home. This exceptional residential projects can be seen especially in the major cities of the world, including Paris, of course. Now, Paris Design Agenda will show you a series of marvelous Pied-à-Terre projects that can be seen in Paris and can actually be booked. These phenomenal residences are authentic representations of comfortable and luxury living. You can certainly take a look of design inspirations from these projects and introduced them into your own home.
This astonishing apartment is located in a Louis XVI-styled mansion that was actually built around 1770. Nestled in the second floor, this airy three-bedroom Pied-à-Terre is completed with glass roofs, an arty decor, a minimalist and dream-like kitchen, just to name a few of the most impressive design elements.
What is used to be a chocolate factory is now this outstanding four-bedroom Parisian apartment. It is situated in the cobblestoned Latin Quarter and it receives plenty of natural light due to its industrial glass roofing.
Designed by Batiik Studio, this 120-square-feet Pied-à-Terre was turned into a miniature marvel on Airbnb. Its interiors are mostly minimalist styled and one of the aspects that clearly stand out is the custom-fit cabinetry.
Booked by Paris Perfect, this remarkable three-bedroom residence located in the 7th arrondissement highlights bright and airy interiors, dressed in cream and blush tones. Those who spend some time here will be able to get sweeping views of the Eiffel Tower and the city of lights in general.
As soon as you look at the living room of this three-bedroom Pied-à-Terre, you will be welcomed by an albino peacock that sets the tone for the eclectic styled apartment. Furthermore, the house was decorated as a nod to its location, the Louvre-Opéra.
Chevron parquet floors give an exclusive look to the amazing St. German Arty apartment. Since it is owned by a local illustrator who got it from her grandmother, one can see plenty of heritage features throughout the house, including crown molding and marble fireplaces that contrast perfectly with designer furnishings like the iconic Eames and Eero Saarinen Chairs.
Source: Architectural Digest