Fresh angle Up on the fourth floor, youâ€™ll first enter the sitting room of Rue du Cherche-Midi IV, its high ceiling supported by rugged exposed beams. A recent renovation has put a new slant on the homeâ€™s simple, natural materials.
In fashion A bold colour palette and lofty ceilings give this home a contemporary feel. From the front door, an entrance hall leads left to a balcony with a view onto a quiet courtyard. Or head right into the open-plan living space.
Full of flair This home in Arc de Triomphe – Champs-Élysées has bold furnishings and even bolder paintings – it’ll come as no surprise that the host’s an art dealer. Inside, the sitting room’s just on the right of the entrance hall.
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
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.
Bright lights Although still central, Rue Dussoubs is tucked away from the busiest parts of Louvre – Opéra. Climbing up to the third floor, you enter straight into this home’s hallway. It leads round to the right, past taupe-tiled bathroom.
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.
Artistic spirit Once home to the painter Salvador Dalí, Rue Gauguet remains a creative artistic place. The front door (up on the third floor) opens into a book-lined hallway which curves round towards the kitchen.
Colourful history Rue Godefroy Cavaignac’s past is a varied one – it was once a chandelier making factory in Bastille’s industrial days, and later an evangelical church rallied its congregation in the home’s high-ceilinged rooms.
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.
The big picture Once a warehouse, this home in Bastille has been entirely reimagined by the hosts (they’re both artistic, and one’s a former photographer). Stepping into the home, you’ll find a huge office-cum-studio space straight ahead.
State of the art Recently renovated by your hosts, this former painter’s workshop sits on a pretty street in Montmartre – South Pigalle. Entering on the fifth floor, you’ll find the colourful kitchen down the corridor on your left.
Delightfully different This home’s ornate façade hints at its flamboyant interior. Once inside, you’ll come first to the lower-ground floor, where there’s a rather suave second sitting room on the left.
Bright and bold Surrounded by head-turning sights, this home in Arc de Triomphe – Champs-Élysées is itself striking. First along the entrance hall is the sitting room – an impressive space with an ornate ceiling and parquet floors.
Sweet escape Stepping off a charming Batignolles street and through Rue Legendre’s door, you’ll find yourself in an open sitting room, where the colour palette is cool and the accessories are contemporary.
Parc life On the third floor in an apartment building by Parc Monceau, this Parisian apartment has typically high, corniced ceilings and parquet wooden floors. Thereâ€™s a dining area in the main living space as you enter.
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.
Timeless style A red-carpeted staircase takes you up from an elegant Haussmannian street and up to this fifth-floor home. Turning right inside the front door, you’ll find the compact kitchen with white work-surfaces and terracotta tiling.
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