The entrance of this atypical rental in Paris leads to an entirely open space in a stylish and friendly atmosphere.
The light colors and the natural wood accents (wood flooring, furniture) are dominant in the apartment; so as to capture the natural light that this place enjoys from, throughout the day.
The kitchen, in gray lacquered and wood tones, has a dining table and opens up directly on to the living space.
The decoration plays with the subtleness of the old-modern contrast. It combines the beamed ceiling with the white patinated skylight and the sumptuous shepherdess armchair studded in velvet brown on one side of the room and on the other, the clean lines of contemporary sofas and reproductions of famous Franco-Russian painters, as well as cubist paintings.
From the living room, one reaches the bedroom, an intimate rest area where the minimalist lines harmonize with the warm wooded details. Being entirely private, overlooking the courtyard, the room is the token of a serene sleep. The door on the right leads to the bathroom with a shower and a bathtub, with Moorish-inspired tiles.
The bedding & washrooms
The sleeping space of this atypical rental in Paris consists of:
1 master bedroom with a double bed (160 x 200);
1 full sofa bed (160 x 200) located in the living room;
1 independent bathroom (bath and separate shower);
1 separate toilet.
This atypical rental in Paris is nestled in a nice courtyard. Renowned for its former cabinet-making workshops, this court is one of those secret spaces, forgotten by the hustle and bustle of the metropolis, which are the charm of Paris.
The peaceful atmosphere of this courtyard contrasts with a neighborhood known for its dynamism and its bohemian side, which thrills at the will of its several merchants, fashionable boutiques and unusual bars.
The rue du Faubourg Saint Antoine is considered one of the oldest axes of Paris. It takes its name from the former Saint Antoine Des Champs Abbey, now transformed into a hospital.
In the epicenter of hyped Paris, the street does not fail to attract the trendiest restaurants of the capital like the famous Italian trattoria East Mamma, famous for its pizzas as well as for its queue. The second most important place is none other than the restaurant Septime, which seduces by its refined French gastronomy in a cozy setting.
Craving a cocktail? For a festive atmosphere with South American sounds, go to the Latin Barrio, which surprises, with the diversity of its rums and its range of cocktails.
Finally, the gourmet address not to be missed under any circumstance: pastry chef and pastry star Cyril Lignac located on 24 rue Paul Bert.
Shopping addresses are not left out; we still find, alongside international brands, traditional brands, such as La Botte Gardiane, of unfailing loyalty to the expertise in the making of the traditional boot of the Camargue guards.
Finally, it would be impossible not to mention, just a few steps from this atypical location in Paris, the inevitable Opéra Bastille, whose programming oscillates with happiness between controlled classicism and assumed iconoclasm.