Paris, the city of love and lights, is the epicenter of fashion, architecture, design, and of course, luxury. The way Parisians decorate their homes is simply fascinating, it’s a mix of old and new, traditional and modern design. Each Parisian living room expresses a certain je ne sais quoi and has a unique flair.
Take a look at this gorgeous living rooms that will leave you craving a French vacation.
Interior designer Jacques Garcia created an ardently old-world atmosphere in a residence that recalls the glory days of European collecting. In this living room, we are able to conjure an atmosphere of opulence and drama.
In the living room, all the furnishings are luxurious in size and texture and the low table and sofas created by architect Chakib Richani were “inspired by the cube,” he says.
Over the living room’s stone mantel is a silk-screen portrait by Warhol that stands out from the other furniture pieces. Stunning!
This stunning living room was decorated by Jacques Garcia with an ornate mirror and fresh mint-colored walls. The amazing Louis XVI chairs in the living room come from her family.
In this luxurious apartment, an Adam Fuss photogram is displayed above the room’s Louis XVI bureau à cylindre, which is paired with a white Louis XVI chair. The living room display a diverse collection of antiques, artwork and mementos.
The living room in a 19th-century Parisian apartment screams glamor with its ornate detailing and gilded accents.
What appears to be a gilt-framed mirror in designer Timothy Corrigan’s Paris apartment is actually a window aligned with two mirrors, one in the living room and one in the dining room beyond. Corrigan highlighted the ingenious hall-of-mirrors illusion by installing matching Napoléon III chandeliers in the two rooms.
This apartment reflects an elegant yet relaxed sense of style. The luxury living room furniture is simply gorgeous, but our favorite is for sure the large Roberto Matta canvas that overlooks the living space.
Employing crisp white moldings, glittering chandeliers, and a small museum’s worth of antique portraits describe this luxurious living room that celebrates french style.
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