Interior design / architecture in Paris has an important role in shaping the architectural profile of city’s glorious and distinctive residential buildings. With Maison et Objet Paris approaching (from 2 to 6 September), Home Inspiration Ideas will show you luxury spacious apartments featured equally elegant architectural flourishes: high ceilings, parquet flooring, floor-length windows and intricate wood and plasterwork.
We’ve assembled a interior design inspirations gallery of 12 show stopping luxury Paris apartments that highlight the versatility and timeless of Parisian interior design.
Architect and designer Jean-Louis Denoit calls the living room of this Paris pied-à-terre an “ode to gray”… Deniot’s home inspiration ideas are always a “must-see”…
The Israeli design firm Ando Studio mixed French Modern, Op-Art and Industrial pieces for this eclectic-yet-elegant St. Germain sitting room.
Classic Parisian touches — chevron floors, a wrought-iron balcony — are offset by more contemporary elements, like a Ferruccio Laviani lamp, in this stunning library.
A traditional Haussmannian interior, updated with a moody, gray palette and plush textiles by designer Bertrand Benoit.
The Paris home of Patrick Gilles and Dorothée Boissier — the principals behind top-drawer design firm Gilles & Bossier — seamlessly blends 19th-century architectural flourishes with 21st-century furnishings.
In this Quai Anatole apartment, French designer and architect Pierre Yovanovitch showcases his mastery of composition and curation.
The grandly proportioned home of Florence Badoux is an ideal showcase for the designer and architect’s collection of contemporary art — and an advertisement for the unlikely combination of lilac, tomato and dove gray hues.
The Place Saint Georges home of Argentinean designer and architect Luis Laplace boasts breathtaking boiserie, or intricate wood paneling, and plasterwork.
Jean-Christophe Aumas — whose clients include Louis Vuitton and Céline — filled his 10th-arrondissement flat with icons of midcentury modernism, including an Arne Jacobsen Swan sofa.
In the Paris home of Lauren Santo Domingo, legendary interior designer François Catroux used a mix of elements — like a chrome Herve van der Straeten chandelier — to telegraph “a mixture of grandeur and bohemian style.”
The Left Bank duplex of interior designer Tino Zervudachi is at once sophisticated and inviting.
Classical finishings and contemporary furnishings work hand-in-hand in this Paris home, highlighting the timeless, versatile character of Hausmannian architecture as you can see in this living room inspirations.
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