Hotel Particulier Montmarte has garnered a lot of attention
since it's opening of June of 2007. The restored mansion has
blends art and and design together in this unusual boutique
hotel in the bohemian district of Montmarte in Paris. There
are 5 different suites designed by different artists. Rooms start
from $600 per night. A bit steep I must say, but it promises
a unique stay all the same.
a young illustrator and art director working for various venues
including La Fabrica (Benetton’s creative laboratory). I really love
the dark richness of the room with the unusual black headboard
finishes and glimmering gold.
Martine Aballéa, contemporary artist, born in New York,
works in Paris. She designed the "Vegetal room" to have
guests feel as if they were suspended in a garden or amidst
trees. I think she rather did a good job of it.
sculptor, and artist. I think his pieces look edible!
The room “Curtain of hair” by artist and photographer
Natacha Lesueur. A bit unusual, although I do love the
with midcentury modern treasures and furnishings.
It isn't often that you see black walls including the door
painted in matte black. I'm more used to seeing it in glossy
garden to dine in. This boutique hotel's gardens
do not disappoint.
All photos from Hotel Particulier Montmatre's site.