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Parisian chic

Don't get me wrong. I love Haussmannian apartments. But stunning as they are they need a firm but deft design hand so that the the contents are not overpowered by the almost saccharine sweet plaster embellishments, the commanding windows, the drool worthy floors. Sandra Benhamou is a story teller, a lover of light, of beautiful objects and furniture, a woman who embraces eclecticism. Hell, she runs with it but her style is clean, with attention to detail and a dash of humour.

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Light and dark

Effortlessly beautiful with light flooding in through impossibly tall windows. Elegantly serene with a white on white palette. What could be better than this stylish living room with beni ourain rug and ornate fireplace by New York based designer Tom Delavan? Perhaps a dark and moody bedroom with Tuareg rug and ornate fireplace?

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It's hard to be neutral

I'm passionate about the neutral tones of this Greenwich Village apartment by Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent. Love the biscuit and the taupe, the tan and the ecru, the caramels, creams and whites. Don't get me started on the Tobia Scarpa Soriana sofa, the lighting, the marble and the brass. I'm loving the bedroom and the matching shower and dressing room. No I'm definitely not on the fence about the gorgeous home that the pair share with their daughter Poppy. Perfect.

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Shades of grey

An Australian interpretation of Scandinavian Modern uses a palette of greys with metallic accents and dark timbers. The apartment, on the bay in Melbourne, is clean lined and contemporary with an emphasis on simple luxury. Albert Park Apartment by Griffiths Design Studio.

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A Greenwich Village apartment 

Jamie Drake and Caleb Anderson together as Drake / Anderson designing interiors that are glamorous yet grounded, sophisticated yet livable, modern yet timeless and, above all, luxurious. This Greenwich Village apartment is all of that and is totally magazine worthy.