Paris Interior Design Projects’ style and French country décor get the furniture to impact a flowing feel to a living space. Lines are curved, while there is no hint of ornamentation or opulence, as natural materials, like wood with carvings and a low-key finish, are used. Let’s discuss some aspects of French-style interior design projects that stand out, talking about different kinds of Parisien interior design projects, and then moving on to elements design styles in different kinds of living spaces.
The renovation of a Haussmann-style apartment in Paris, conducted by the French designer Patricia Mauguy Flores, from PFB Design, is one of the latest interior design projects in which BRABBU’s products have been included. The restoration of this private residence was handed to Patricia Mauguy Flores by a young family that trusted the designer’s talent for mixing modernism and tradition, comfort and originality, while effectively transforming the house into a unique space.
The “Aquarium bar” was built within the former aquarium museum. The bar, lit by gold leaf suspension lamps, is glittery granite, dressed with wave patterns in metallic silver tones. The first peculiar object of its interior design is the KOI Center Table from BRABBU. Highly appreciated for its decorative purposes, the table possesses a recurring symbol of Japanese culture. These KOI scales on the sides of the tables shine and reflect, in the brass surface, the sun glistening across the clear water – a perfectly subtle marine reference for the bar’s aquarium inspiration.
In the dining area, the chandelier belongs to the Art Deco style, and in the living room, to pure classics. Belonging to the dining area, here’s Galliano Wall Lamp, a special modern wall lamp with a minimalist style that allows you to fit it in every room of your home, regardless of the style of your interior design project.
GCG Architectes is a multidisciplinary agency born from a meeting between three architects. Alexandre Goulet, Olivia Charpentier and Dev Gupta. Reunited for the first time during a competition for the creation of the new Chongqing city center, they discover their complementarity. After five years of working in France and abroad, they founded GCG Architects in 2012 in Paris.
The owners of this apartment are a young couple that loves traveling and having guests over. The interior design project, created for them, shall render the atmosphere of the place and at the same time bring a sense of freshness, openness, and modernity.
Filled with sculptural aesthetics and modern furniture pieces with a unique design, Gomez designed a marvelous harmony and synchronization in this contemporary apartment. This colorful and modern house is situated in a 17th-century building with high ceilings, and it used to be a pharmaceutical factory. Located in the Le Marais neighborhood, the architectural building features high ceilings and has a private wonderful garden: all these things and details inspired Didier Gomez and helps him to create a contemporary interior design with a confident use of color and a gorgeous art collection. However, the main focus in the modern living room is the artworks and the fine craftsmanship pieces.
Historic French Manor by Jean-Louis DeniotIt was through a newspaper ad that top interior designer and architect Jean-Louis Deniot found this luxury French manor. It seems fitting that such a timeworn way of looking for a home was the ultimate gateway to obtaining this opulent house, given that some parts of it dated back as far as the 18th Century.
Designed by Jacques Grange, this luxury home truly enhances the essence of the lord of high fashion design, Christian Louboutin. Located in the heart of Paris, when stepping inside of this modern apartment, it’s like you are taken right into the core of the designers’ mind, a life-scale sketch of what it’s like to have these stunning contemporary design ideas running inside of your head.
The majestic André Latin hotel is located in the heart of the «Quartier Latin» close to the Luxembourg Gardens and the Pantheon, in the 5th Arrondissement of Paris, which is one of the oldest districts in the capital with its typical streets and universities. The location made the combination with our mid-century designs perfect.
As soon as Joseph Dirand laid eyes on the 2,600-square-foot space, with its picture-postcard view of Paris, he knew he’d found what he’d been looking for, and how he would make it his own. Clearly, the stone is Joseph Dirand’s preferred material. Walls, flat surfaces, baths are all in soft-tone stone or marble. As with all his commissions, he brought on his favorite artisans, who know how to execute his taste for details.
Stepping inside an 1870s hôtel particulier in Paris, where tall windows overlook the river Seine and the Musée du Louvre, is to be transported back in time, to the Third Republic that followed the fall of Napoléon III, back when courtesans set the fashion and balls were the rule rather than the exception. Walls, ceilings, beams, doors, and floors pullulate with patterns and motifs: painted, gilded, dripping with trompe l’oeil pearls, swirling vegetation, swags of faux fabric, and great lashings of wedding-cake plasterwork. Mythological narratives are recounted in polychromatic terms, with Hercules attending to his labors across one ceiling as lissome Muses, from Erato to Urania, strike attitudes on walls.