Parisian Interiors

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I think about moving back to Paris pretty much all the time but it’s really intense when I am physically here. As I get ready to go back home (for now!) I thought I’d round up some inspiring Paris apartments.

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Contrary to popular belief, the decor in Paris is varied like everywhere else. While I can appreciate (most) others, I lean towards a modern mix against a backdrop of historical architecture. What about you?

(Photos via my Pinterest.)

8 thoughts on “Parisian Interiors

  1. I love your blog, but I hope you don’t continue to give the source of the photos as your Pinterest page. It’s not really fair to the content creators, and it’s painful for your readers — especially since they don’t directly link to a specific board with them in it. You have over 1,300 pins and no board that’s the clear holder of these. I’m hoping this is just an oversight since you’re on the road, but it would be great to give credit directly to the sources of these so that we can click through when interested. Thanks!

    1. Hi, Lynn, I agree with you about fair credit but here’s the thing with Pinterest. If you click on the majority of the pins, they usually go to another pin, then another, then another and this can go on forever (like on Tumblr). Or, even if you ultimately reach its “source” it’s usually a blog that doesn’t cite where it got it from. In fact, there are so many blogs that never cite any source whereas I’ve always tried to give credit where it’s due. So that’s the reason I don’t feel the need to link to a pin. While I feel bad about it, I think it’d be worse to point you to countless linking that ultimately leads nowhere. Also, as a regular reader, you know that these types of posts are rare so I hope you understand.

  2. That to-the-sky ceiling height with windows to match – that is what makes a Paris apt. Love all of these!

  3. Every time we go to Paris now, we stay in rented apartments instead of hotels.
    And I always imagine if this flat were mine, how I would better decorate.
    These days, I am all about the architecture and not so much furniture .. just what is needed and as comfortable as possible. The location makes up for anything an apartment might need in the way of space .. We were lucky, our home in Buenos Aires was designed by a Frenchman and would not be out of place on the Left Bank 🙂

  4. I love that you posted about European architecture and that mixed both modern and historical pieces. And those chairs in the final picture are too die for cute. Love that pop of purple.

    –Sayeh, The Office Stylist

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