Entries in France (156)
Bright, cheery, light and fun. Not your usual brooding, heavy on the masculine cliché bachelor pad. At 50 sq m open plan living and full height storage make the most of the space while still being cosy and inviting. Garçonnière Marais by Parisian interior designer Tatiana Nicol.
I adore this simple and eclectic Parisian (Neuilly-sur-Seine) apartment I caught myself drooling over when I paid a visit to The Socialite Family. It is the home of Mary Erlingsen and her two young daughters. As a big fan of photography as art, I love her collection and the graphic edge it lends to the spaces. I am hoping this will push me to find a photo I have taken to blow up and hang over my sofa. I have one I think may be perfect... (Photos: Constance Gennari)
A beautiful multilevel loft in a converted workshop in the heart of Montmartre. Large windows overlook the courtyard garden while allowing light to stream into the space. White walls play off old oak floors and the level changes accommodate bedroom, living and kitchen dining areas. The industrial look of the old building is retained but modernised. This project was realised in 2008 and the photos appear to show its early stage occupation, a little stark, a little empty, missing the personal touches. I would love to see it 7 years on as its owners have settled in and imprinted their lives on its old walls. Loft à Montmartre by Delphine Martin-Michaud of 2DESIGN.