This apartment of Parisian character knows how to combine the charms of an 18th century decoration with a resolutely modern atmosphere, for a sophisticated and warm result.
From the entrance we access the minimalist and complete kitchen and to a shower and toilet. In the intimate shower room, engravings in gilded wooden frames salutes the 18th century boudoir.
In the center of this apartment of Parisian character, the living space, elegant and convivial, multiplies the historical touches: exposed beams, bergère armchair and a dresser in Louis XV style are highlighted by contemporary details such as the chandelier and the mirror With black cutouts, and the Victoria Ghost chairs by Philippe Starck.
The tour ends with the sleeping area of the apartment facing south-east. Here again, the contrast between the 18th century inspired touches, with the striped alcove, and a contemporary approach give a refined and exclusive decor, placed under the sign of the playful sophistication of Audrey Hepburn in the guise of Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffanies.
THE BEDDING AND BATHROOMS
This apartment of Parisian character consists of:
1 bedroom with double bed "Queensize" (160 x 200);
1 double sofa bed (160 x 200) located in the living room;
1 independent bathroom with toilet.
This apartment of Parisian character is located on rue Sainte-Anne, near the Opéra Garnier and the Palais du Louvre, in other words in the Royal Paris.
The Rue Sainte-Anne owes its name to Anne of Austria, wife of Louis XIII, in honor of whom she was baptized in 1633. Anne of Austria was regent of the kingdom of France between the death of her husband and the Coronation of his son, the future Sun King Louis XIV.
This historic street is today the highlight of authentic Japanese cuisine: every day, connoisseurs queue up for a real Rāmen. There is plenty to choose from, but a reliable restaurant remains Naniwa-Ya, at number 11 of the street. Sushi lovers are not left behind and can head over to the Bizan Restaurant, which offers original compositions with a guaranteed freshness.
The gourmet break is taken at the boulangerie Julien, located on rue des Petits-Champs, to find the great tradition of French pastry; For a fusion food experience, try Aki Café, at the end of Rue Saint Anne.
This Parisian neighborhood is also home to theaters and historic spectacle halls: The Théâtre de la Michodière, which opened in 1925, favored comedies and became a specialty of Feydeau. The Salle Ventadour, a historic 19th century room, no longer functions as a theater, but experienced the great hours of the romantic drama, since it was there that the play Ruy Blas was created in 1838. The Théâtre des Bouffes Parisiens, Inaugurated in 1827, is still there on the other hand, and gives pride of place to comedy boulevard and contemporary playwrights.
We must of course mention the Opéra Garnier, a monument to triumphant Haussmannism: one will not fail to visit it, to discover with amazement of the unheard-of splendors of this monument and its interiors of the Second Empire. Every year in September, the parade of the ballet corps and the students of the dance school of the Opéra National de Paris marks the opening of the season: "little rats" and star dancers traditionally parade through the air of The March of the Trojans by Hector Berlioz.
Finally, the neighborhood of this apartment of Parisian character is also that of the luxurious, luxury of high jewelry and haute couture: just minutes from the apartment, Place Vendome and Rue de la Paix are, since the second Half of the 19th century, synonymous with elegance in the Parisian style. It was here that Charles Frederic Worth opened his workshop in 1858, inventing the very concept of haute couture. At the junction of the 2nd and 9th arrondissements, at the end of the rue de la Paix and just in front of the Palais Garnier, is the famous Café de la Paix, where Tchaikovsky, Zola and Maupassant met each other.