The flowers and trees always bloom earlier in Paris than New York which always makes me jealous. My new dream is to own an apartment in Paris where I can spend a few months each year. Since that wish is probably going to take a little while, I’m going to keep pouring over all the […]
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I wish I was revisiting Paris in person but I’m only revisiting the architecture online. While I don’t love everything about this apartment in the 9th arrondissement by Double G, I do love the boiseries, herringbone floors, and fireplaces, especially the one in the bathroom. But when I was living in Paris, I heard that […]
I couldn’t have asked for a warmer welcome to Paris. The weather has been absolutely beautiful with bright blue skies and no rain. This and my fabulous finds from the brocante (above) make up for the fact the hot water is broken in my friend’s apartment. And as with everything regarding the French ce n’est […]
Everyone is raving about the French apartment featured on the cover and inside the November 2013 issue of Elle Decor. It’s the kind of apartment Americans dream of when they imagine moving to Paris. It was designed by a slightly new firm Champeau & Wilde but the founders Kelli Wilde and Laurent Champeau previously worked […]
After seeing this flat in Paris designed by Gilles & Boissier, I think a move to Paris might be at the top of my New Year’s resolution list now. It’s perfect in every way especially those herringbone floors and boiseries and gilt mirrors and….you get the idea. Bon weekend!
UPDATE: The photos from this post are now gone because I was contacted by somone who claimed to own the copyright. After receiving several rude emails from them, I decided to take them down. I apologize for the inconvenience. I think we all know by now that I like stuff. I like homes filled with […]