NEO-INDUSTRIAL // QUIET // DESIGNER // LIGHT // LUXURY
We love this room! Just opened in November, it is part artist's loft, part salon, like the one where Juliette Récamier once received the greatest artists, thinkers and writers of Paris. The sofas do seem to invite conversation...
Entering the living room, you'll admire the staircase in wood and metal, the deep purple sofa and the embroidered throw pillows. The colorful, ultra-modern photos stand out from the understated gray walls. And the lamp in the shape of a hat! Like a Magritte painting! It's possible for designer decor to be fun after all.
Upstairs, the room is full of light thanks to its large window overlooking the gardens (so quiet...) and more windows in the slanted ceiling bathe the bed in light. Sublime tones of slate gray and teal on the walls, with deep purple curtains and throw blanket on the bed. Raw wood floor. iMac. Not a detail overlooked. Down the passage, a glass door opens to the bathroom, which is also pure perfection thanks to stunning and elegant wall tiles. Large window in the slanted ceiling fills it with light, even on gray days!
Also a bathroom with shower upstairs (Italian and classic), understated and contemporary with a small skylight.
What was once a village still retains its deeply INTELLECTUAL spirit. There are plenty of ART GALLERIES. Once the cradle of Parisian literature, today it draws a rather snooty crowd, but it's still a hangout of university PROFESSORS.
The local: on a bike, Le Monde under his arm.