THERE AREN’T many Paris apartments that we don’t like, but when we come across ones that are Joseph Dirand-esque, like this incredibly chic bachelor pad in the Place du Trocadéro, it’s a very special thing. Designed by Paris-based interior designer Isabelle Stanislas, the 4,800-square-foot pied-à-terre is the ultimate in sophistication with its muted tones, chevron wood flooring and boiserie. It is a study in art and architecture—Salinas opened the living room to the dome above and added a sweeping staircase—as well as restraint and an astonishing amount of wood.
We especially felt in love with the furniture that were used here. Every piece was so unique yet fit the apartment real well. The fury chair gave a fall/winter vibes which is what we really need now. Really want to have a seat on them during the rainy day.
Credit | All shots are used on the mood board via our Pinterest boards.