No matter how bad (or good) the apartment, it always sounds a bit more tolerable and chic when it’s in Paris. Such is the case with this tiny, but stylish attic apartment in Paris.
Formerly a service space, the owners broke down many of the walls, created a sliding partition in the living room and used a white and gray color palette with some bright colors here and there to create a feeling of openness and spaciousness.
You can see that this apartment is longer than it is wide. I kind of like these weird windows, don’t you? It’s a small space, sure, but the slightly sloped roof and the placement of the windows creates a more dynamic feeling than you’d find in small, box studios.
Arne Jacobsen Series 7 Chairs pictured, in red.
This compact sofa in taupe is by Antonio Citterio. I bet you’ll never guess who made the chairs…
The workspace, and the living room pictured above, are where the owners exercised a bit more creativity in their decor. More seating was created by building a banquet onto the wall.
Photography by Nicolas Matheus
So what do you guys think about this Parisian apartment?