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Aug162015

An apartment of curiosities

This apartment in a 1930's building belongs to a couple (and their 2 children) who are antiquarians and gallery owners in Saint-Germain, Paris. They did not expect to live here for more than a couple of years because the space is only 700 square feet but the Parisian charm has kept them there 11 years so far. Their home is outfitted with antiques and items found on the street, making it so wonderfully eclectic. Via MilK Decoration magazine, photos: Brunet Souet.


Reader Comments (8)

really fun!

16 Aug 2015 | Unregistered Commenterdonna

Couple with two children in 700 square feet? For real! More pics! It's fun imagining living here.

16 Aug 2015 | Unregistered CommenterRuth

wow i love it. Very beauty!!!

16 Aug 2015 | Unregistered CommenterMaja

When I saw the first pic in this post, I instantly thought "this is an artist's home maybe" ... I wasn't quite correct, but close...love this space, very cool.

16 Aug 2015 | Unregistered CommenterAnn

65 m2. Most of the city dwellers live in Europe in an apartment of that size. With kids. It is an avarage sized apartment. With bedroom, living room and small room for kids.

16 Aug 2015 | Unregistered Commenterombia

@ombia - I get that, I was simply saying this couple initially thought it was too small

16 Aug 2015 | Registered CommenterKiM

Love this apartment filled with fun, style, comfort. And they pulled it off without being cluttered or cramped. As a small home dweller myself, I can say that you can do great design without being crowded out.

17 Aug 2015 | Unregistered Commenteroh Holland

beautiful fun place keep going back to look and see something else i love.

18 Aug 2015 | Unregistered Commenterjason matulewicz

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