Entries in France (109)
How is it possible that Parisian apartments are always just so damn cool??!! I came across the website of Paris-based designer Régis Larroque and he has created one fantastic space after another. And they are all so distinctively European. Must be those magical herringbone floors, ornate fireplaces or ridiculously high ceilings. I love all of his projects...my favourite rooms are coming up.
Hey everyone. My trip to Mexico sadly came to an end Thursday and I have returned to my reality of frigid cold and snowstorms. How I miss cloudless skies, HOT temperatures and being lulled to sleep by the sounds of the ocean. Oh - and the food. Ah mah gawd I ate well. So while I scramble to get my life back in order before the work week begins, here is a quick post on a home I found on Nuevo Estilo (bummed I could not find this mag on my travels). It is located in Paris and is the home/art gallery of Valerie de Marotte and Vicenç Boned of Galeria Tagomago. Stunning architecture, spacious, and just the right amount of eclecticism.
I have never been to Paris, but if I were to go, I want to stay here. This is exactly how I picture living in Paris to be like. A studio apartment with original herringbone hardwood floors, fireplaces, massive gilt mirrors, ancient looking leather club chairs, classic antique light fixtures and portraits, stacks of old books and suitcases...it's perfect. I'd spend all of my time here or in a café drinking copious amounts of coffee and wine. Via The Village.