Recently, I was talking about Jean-Louis Deniot with a fellow designer while flipping through his book, Jean–Louis Deniot: Interiors. One of things I appreciate most about his interiors is that they’re tailored to each client and the architecture of the home. Deniot is considered the master of French interiors and is one of the leading interior designers on the design scene today. The Paris-based designer is known for his interiors that brilliantly combine history with contemporary flourishes, mixing patterns, textures and pieces from different periods with masterful elegance, and a thoughtful attention to detail. Deniot has worked on projects across the globe and has established a large international following since he started his firm in 2000. Read more
When Thuy Tranthi Rieder accepted an offer at luxury accessories brand, Lancel, she called on designer friend Eric Lysdahl to help her decorate her new Paris apartment. Reider, sharing the apartment with her husband and 8-year-old daughter, Arielle, needed a furnished apartment in only three weeks. “I looked at so many apartments,” says Thuy. “When I walked into this one, I was struck by the height of the ceilings and the beautiful light. It’s a typical Parisian apartment—very chic with elegant details.” Read more
Happy Monday! I hope you had a wonderful Easter weekend.
Renowned for creating some of the most beautiful fashions to walk the runways, Italian-born Giambattista Valli’s Paris apartment is just as stunning. Like his clothes, Valli’s well collected home combines classic construction with a contemporary spirit.