Branch out Playful, ingenious and beautiful, this home’s design is undoubtedly striking. Fresh, white rooms are stirringly curated – from the Javan apothecary cabinet, to the bright bunny lamp and the chairs by Swedish designer Arne Norell.
This charming one bedroom apartment is perfectly located on Rue Mazarine, in Saint Germain des Prés, 6th arrondissement. It is situated between Odeon and the Institut de France, next to the Seine River.
Impressive overlook In lofty Quai de Grenelle II the city’s bustle seems far away. Gentle hues – yellow in the master bedroom, sky-blue in the bathroom – shade the walls, and refined furnishings are positioned in each room.
New tradition Le Marais’ streets are a captivating blend of styles – the postmodernist Pompidou building stands alongside 17th century architecture. And past Rue Pavée’s gilded doors you’ll find a similar balance.
Scale up Inside Rue de Courcelles II the furnishings come in all shapes and sizes – a giant hand doubles as a seat, coffee tables rest atop pencils, and decorative characters range from fluffy sheep to laughing cows.
Far and wide Rue du Grand Prieuré’s neat rooms are filled with your host’s collection of exotic heirlooms – the marionettes were bought by her grandfather from Bali, the antique mirror once belonged to her grandmother, and the polished wood
Bauhouse This home’s most impressive feature is its collection of 98 pieces of modern art. And when paired with angular furniture and sloping ceilings, you’ll find Rue Berthollet’s rooms are striking and shapely.
Vivid dynamic The pretty Jardin du Luxembourg, the grand boutiques of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, and renowned artists’ hangout La Closerie des Lilas – there’s plenty to spark the imagination in Montparnasse.
Sense of humour Villa Félix Faure is spirited: the sitting room wall holds a pop-art Marilyn Monroe, the sofas are cherry-red, and a mismatched collection of rugs brightens the otherwise neutral carpet.
On trend Typically Parisian architecture is paired with understated style in this sleek apartment. Wooden floors join each room, and are especially appealing in the wide, minimal master bedroom, showcasing the designer armchair and desk.
Unique fusion It’s the Notre-Dame, the curves of the Seine and the rows of thronging restaurants that Ile de la Cité’s known for. But there’s a secret side – quiet squares and markets that only locals know.
Play on Rue Bessières’ delights fill four floors. The first, at street level, is an open-plan living area, with a kitchen and dining table nearest the entrance, and a sitting area further back where soft cream sofas face a carved fireplace.
Factory settings Formerly a factory, Rue Auguste Barbier’s building is now a network of apartments and workshops. Inside, the original iron rivets, mysterious pockmarks and worn woodwork tell the story of this home’s industrial past.
Define ‘art’ In avant-garde Le Marais, long the home of artists and bohemians, Rue au Maire stays true to form. On the ground floor of a converted studio, you’ll enter straight into the sitting room from this home’s front door.
Carve out With exposed wooden beams, 19th-century antique furniture and a gilded mirror, the sitting room at Rue Francaise is carefully curated – and you’ll enter directly into it from the apartment’s front door.
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