Friday, April 22, 2011

JEAN-LOUIS DENIOT ~ INTERIOR DESIGN IN PARIS

When interior design genius Jean-Louis Deniot was asked to renovate a Paris pied-a-terre, he chose 18th century with a touch of modern.  This wasn't the first home the designer had decorated for the family, so he knew precisely what they wanted.

The designer accomplished the look that the couple and their children desired by opening the area up, moving some rooms around, painting walls to enhance the light coming through the tall windows, and choosing furnishings that were elegant yet comfortable. ENJOY!








For more on this pied-a-terre, read the May issue of Elle Decor.


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6 comments :

eclecticrevisited said...

very elegant space and so expertly designed....love the classic style..
we miss you, Teresa...
Maureen

Julie@beingRUBY said...

Hi dear Teresa
Just popped over to wish you and your family a beautiful easter ... xxx Julie

quintessence said...

Totally fabulous feature!!The sideboard with the photo above was one of my favorite shots!

The enchanted home said...

Stunning...sleek and beautiful...love the tall ceilings, and beautiful architectural elements left in place, its a nice compliment to the sleek furnishings. Happy Easter.

David said...

Beautiful post as always....so grand!

Carrie said...

Why does it seem everything in Paris is so much better. Le sigh. Beautiful spreads, thank you for sharing. Have a great weekend Teresa.

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