Happy Monday! I hope you had a wonderful weekend. The weather was beautiful here and we enjoyed much outdoor time.
Paris-based interior designer Jean-Louis Deniot’s work is amazing. There are very few designers that I find their interiors, all of them, to be flawless but his I do. I remember the first time I saw one of his designs, it was love at first sight.
Preferring to mix styles from various eras, he claims he aspires his work to be “eclectic chic as well as serene.” The classically trained Deniot describes the use of vintage and antique pieces as “super important to have that element in design”, claiming they give more personality than mass-produced pieces. I completely agree!
The dining set gives this space the personality he was referring to, wouldn’t you agree?
This is hands down, without a doubt, one of my favourite top five interiors. The intricate moldings, the grey, cream, and black colour palette, and the coffered ceiling. How fantastic are the lamps and cocktail table? I also love how the rug mirrors the ceiling. I have seen this duo used in his designs before. Perfection.
Pierre Frey wall upholstery ~ another favourite.
Not all of Deniot’s spaces are elaborate but they are rich in historic preservation.
My beloved Klismos chair (I wrote about one last week in this post).
The lighting, chevron flooring, and abstract art are my favourite elements in this space.
Deniot has an impeccable sense of balance and proportion paired with luxe and drama. He gets it right every time. The sunburst mirror is by Hervé Van der Straeten from Ralph Pucci International.
The glamorous kitchen is comprised of hammered silver cabinetry with marble countertops and flooring. The brass light fixture is by Stilnovo and the sink by Franke.
I’ll stop here… otherwise, I could go on and on. Deniot has a line of home furnishings that can be seen here.
Wishing you a fabulous week!
photos via Elle Décor, House Beautiful, Pinterest, and Architectural Digest