Away from the view of others and housed in a bourgeois building of the second arrondissement, this vintage and central apartment combines a sophisticated decoration with a prime location.
The entrance corridor leads to the living space, both separated by two antique wooden frames, whose twist contrasts nicely with the volumes of the room. Echoes of long-distance trips, the entrance console and leather trunks give a bohemian touch.
On the right is the first double room, a real cocoon dedicated to calm and rest. On the same side on the right, the shower room strikes in black and white checkerboard all while in a functional space pleasantly lit by a window that overlooks a skylight.
The living space, in the center of this vintage and central apartment, confirms the choice of noble materials (cognac wood-parquet in chevron, vintage fireplace in black marble) and leather, with spectacular toad armchairs. The kitchen area makes the most of the glass and stainless steel, without neglecting the soft organic wood curves. The island built-in dining table and its bar chairs suggest a casual feel.
At the end of the living space, on the left, you will find the second double room facing south-west, with a bold and audacious headboard made of metallic tiles that harmonize with the anthracite tones of the room.