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Get The Look: French Apartment

    • It’s no secret that the French are synonymous with an innate sense of style and when it comes to making a home, they adopt the same laissez-faire attitude towards interiors as they do with their personal style.

      Much like their enviable wardrobes, the French build their home around a few curated classics leaving the rest to evolve effortlessly with their personality. Alongside a taste for elegance and an eye for iconic 20th-century pieces, they have a gift for pairing family heirlooms with modern-day masterpieces.

      Looking for a little influence, it doesn’t get any more French than Nicolas Schuybroek Architects’ JR Apartment. Located in the Parisian arrondissement of Montparnasse, it impeccably weaves the clients personal tastes with a sense of history, grace and practical luxury. True ‘masters les arts décoratifs’ since, well- forever, we’ve rounded up a collection of beautiful French inspired objects to lust over below.

      Le Château 165 La Cornue

      La Cornue Cooker

      Fancy yourself as the next Raymond Blanc? Get cooking with the prestigious La Cornue Le Château 165 cooker. Entirely hand-made by their craftsmen in Paris the La Cornue knowledge and expertise have been passed down from generation to generation.

      Herringbone Floors

      Considered the backbone to the classic Haussmann apartment look, Herringbone floors are worth investing in the best. In our opinion, Admonter nails (pun intended) this classic European pattern with a modern finish.

      Herringbone White Admonter

      Cylindrical Lamps

      Parisian studio Haos worked alongside French artisans to create this quirky art deco inspired collection of cylindrical lighting. An eloquent mix of materials, these beauties feature timber, ceramic and brass discs stacked on top of each other. J’adore.

      Adnet Mirror

      Mirror, mirror on the wall who’s the fairest of them all? Designer and icon of French modernism; Jacques Adnet is best known for his Art Deco designs. Like this Gubi Adnet Rectangulaire Mirror which is the epitome of French luxury. Available at Cult.

      La Marquise Trudon Candles

      Trudon Candles

      Established in 1643 Trudon Candles capture the very essence of French life- in perfume form. The La Marquise Trudon Candle rekindles the sharpness of Madame de Pompadour and the voluptuous charms of the Rocaille with verbena, lemon and roses. Trés belle!

      A Pierre Jeanneret Classic

      If it doesn’t feature a Pierre Jeanneret armchair, can you even call it French? We think not. In our opinion, Pierre Jeanneret is easily one of the most influential designers of the 20th century- and that’s worth every penny.

      Backpack Sofa Ligne Roset

      Lucidipevere x Ligne Roset

      The Backpack two-seater by French duo Lucidipevere for Ligne Roset derives its distinctive personality from the slim, elegant structure which becomes the perfect foil for its curved seat.

      Abode Bed Linen

      Make like Marie Antoinette and invest in only the best bed linen. Chic, lightweight, breathable and durable we love Abode’s Rafia Linen– no iron necessary.

      Parisian Apartment by Nicolas Schuybroek

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