Right in the heart of lovely Paris, you can see the Eiffel Tower from this apartment. Mostly decorated in the Scandinavian Gustavian style with neutral tones and a soft palette. It was restored by architect Jean-Pierre Romanet.
Many objects bought at the Saint-Ouen flea market are displayed in the living room.
In the foyer, a balustrade lamp and clear cloches dress the white painted Gustavian table. An antique French trumeau hangs behind it. Parquet herringbone flooring.
Hard to believe this kitchen belongs to the rest of the apartment with its modern lines and materials and integrated storage.
Distressed chest of drawers in the master bedroom.
The Murano chandelier was designed specifically for the dining room. White painted Gustavian chairs, linen tablecloth and flea market finds complete the look.
A Louis XV sofa strongly contrasts with the contemporary glass coffee table.
I love the painting of the little boy playing with a plane. Even though it looks lovely casually leaning against the wall, I think it would soon be ruined after taking a couple of baths. I'd hang it far from splashes and protect it behind a glass pane. The storage baskets soften the modern geometric lines.
Photos Gilles Trillard
All images from here.