I thought this would be a neat tour of interior
architectural details of a flat that Jean-Louis
Deniot designed in Paris. The above photo
has a neat modern twist to it by adding glass
on top of the wallpaper and moldings. Gives
it that little bit of glimmer and glam.
A modern looking living space with very
contrasting colors. I really love the rich
velvety brown in the space. Very nice
and bright lighting with beautiful french
doors - my favorite.
In the bathroom, a very cute Tromp L'oeil
painted cabinets and walls with wood detailing
painted on instead of the actual thing. It gives it
a bit of whimsy. I think the French are probably
one of the few cultures that can manage to pull off
whimsical with an upscale and classy feel.
A very cozy and relaxing room with classical
moldings around the room. The neutrual
palette gives it a serene feeling.
This looks to be a very nice library. I
love all of the wood paneling and shelves.
A luxurious small powder room.
Shelving from floor to ceiling in the closet.
And a very finely appointed bathroom with
marble and crown molding right down to the
sides of the bathtub surround.
I love the open shelving in this kitchen. The shelves are
very nicely finished although they are open. The kitchen
floor has a bit of a psychodelic twist to it. It wasn't something
I was expecting. What about you?
All photos from Jean-Louis Deniot's site.