One of my favourite designers, Jean-Louis Deniot, designed a pied-à-terre in Paris’ Saint-Germian (another favourite) for a New York couple. Deniot decorates with so many antiques and architectural details that the History of Cultural Environments course (my favourite class in college!) comes in handy while looking at photos of his interiors.
An antique Bessarabian rug inspired the color scheme of the living room. Featured is a 19th-century glittering Italian chandelier with 17th- and 18th-century European portraits. The cocktail table is designed by Deniot.
An antique Venus de Milo is perched on the Régence marble mantel.
Drapery made from Romo velvet lines the entry hall.
A grouping of 18th-century engravings hangs on Studio Printworks wallpaper in the gallery.
I love the 1940s Carlhian armchair that sits below the antique portraits. Deniot adorned both spaces with neoclassical-style architectural details.
I’m also in love with this 19th-century French pedestal table!
The bed in the master suite is highlighted by an 18th-century corona, Louis XV bench, and an 1880’s Italian chandelier. The Louis bench is absolutely stunning!
Deniot decorated the master bath with framed butterfly specimens from Deyrolle and the curtains are made of a Pierre Frey’s (one of my favourite fabric lines) satin.
This is my dream home in Paris! I wonder if Mr. Deniot needs a design assistant?