Chilled-out charms On a classic street in Saint-Germain-des-Prés, you’ll find Rue Jean Bart’s ground-floor front door. You enter into the white kitchen, where a vivid turquoise wall and a set of bright copper stools give bursts of colour.
Thoughtful touches In a quiet corner of familial Batignolles, Rue Guy Moquet is a sleek and welcoming home. Stairs lead to the third floor where you’ll find the front door to this two bedroom apartment.
Little charmer Although compact, this home in Le Marais brims with character. You enter into a hallway, where there’s a bathroom on the right. Decorated in turquoise and white, it has a bath (with a rooftop view) and an integrated shower.
Chilled-out charm Inside one of Le Marais’ historic buildings, you’ll find Rue Notre-Dame de Nazareth II on the second floor. In this home’s hallway there’s a toilet room straight ahead, and a blue single bedroom to the right.
Old-world elegance Rue Montmartre’s refined surroundings promise splendour, and this home certainly delivers. Up on the second floor, you enter into a hallway, which leads straight into the main living area.
Simply charming Entering this home on the sixth floor, you’ll come first to a bathroom (on the right) and the master bedroom (on the left). The latter has a queen-size bed and a little balcony, and is simply decorated in peaceful colours.
In fine form This freshly renovated apartment in Saint Germain-des-Prés is boldly decorated and bijou. The entrance hall leads first to a toilet room and then to the bathroom – subtly decorated, but for its bold floor tiles.
Stay smart Right in the city’s heart, it’s no wonder that this home in Louvre – Opéra feels stylish. Up on the fourth floor, there’s a toilet room on your left as you enter, with the neat kitchen straight ahead.
A sky-high hideaway Even the much-visited l'île Saint-Louis has its secluded spots – and this top-floor home’s one of them. A staircase takes you up to the front door, which opens straight into the sitting room.
Cool elegance Like Saint-Germain-des-Prés itself, Rue Vaneau is thoroughly chic. Inside, you’ll come first to the second and third bedrooms (both pale-painted, with teal accents) and then, on the left, to the smart main bathroom.
Be enchanted This home in Louvre – Opéra has a fairytale feel. You enter on the first floor, into a hallway with a toilet room on the left, and the kitchen – decorated in shining silver and white – on the right.
A Parisian classic On the fourth floor of a Haussmannian building, Rue Rosa Bonheur has an elegant façade – and an interior to match. The front hallway leads first to the kitchen, which is pale-painted and practical.
Simply smart Boulevard Saint-Germain VII is both central and serene. The entrance hall takes you first to the kitchen (directly on the left), which is decorated in grey and white, and has a contemporary breakfast bar.
Singular style Quai de la Tournelle is one of a kind. Inside, the entrance hall leads first to the dining room, which has a splendid table and several unusual ornaments (there’s even a stone lion), setting this home’s distinctive tone.
Pretty and playful Entering from the buzzing Passage du Prado, you’ll find this home just as vivacious. The front door opens into the kitchen, where a family-sized table sits beneath a beamed ceiling strung with paper lanterns.
Rarefied atmosphere Stepping across an entrance hall and into Boulevard Voltaire’s dining room, it’s immediate that this is a home with intellectual pedigree. Books line every wall here, surrounding the antique table for five.
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