A complete renovation of a tiny Parisian apartment

Posted on Fri, 23 Dec 2016 by KiM

Paris-based interior designer Adrien Pillay sent over some photos of one of his projects – the renovation (and decoration) of a tiny late 1800’s 365 sq ft apartment, and the transformation is incredible! (Photos: Anaëlle Le Roy). I love when we are sent before photos, and in this case it really showcases the amount of work involved in this project. 

EEEEKKKK! But look at it now!! Simple, beautiful details and some great space-saving solutions. 

I was so happy to see the ceiling medallion detail was maintained. Gorg!

I had to point out that the faucet folds down to allow access to the tiny stove. A genius design detail in this itty bitty kitchen!

kelly says:

Stunning & so classy!

kelly says:

Stunning & so classy!

Holland says:

Ugh. Poor dead moose hung up for dopes to gawk at.

Holland says:

Ugh. Poor dead moose hung up for dopes to gawk at.

xavier says:

Interesting house

xavier says:

Interesting house

Rae says:

A creative mix … do we need a dead animal??

Rae says:

A creative mix … do we need a dead animal??

jennym says:

this is, indeed, an inspiring space and there is much to congratulate the designer on. that said, whenever there is a trophy mount of a dead animal, it is difficult to be enthusiastic. decapitated trophy pieces are to 21st century interiors design as colonization is to contemporary foreign policy.

jennym says:

this is, indeed, an inspiring space and there is much to congratulate the designer on. that said, whenever there is a trophy mount of a dead animal, it is difficult to be enthusiastic. decapitated trophy pieces are to 21st century interiors design as colonization is to contemporary foreign policy.

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