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For February, Destination Design travels to the City of Light, Paris, to get a peek on the Hotel Crayon Paris. With the assistance of artist Julie Gauthron, the property explores colour blocking and the playful inside is filled with classic finds that have been found all through France. The combine of colourful decor brings Gauthron’s imaginative and prescient of “bohemian stylish” to mild, making it an surroundings you’ll need to chill and chill out in.
The dreamy location, proper within the coronary heart of Paris’ 1st district, is simply 4 blocks from the Louvre Museum and numerous cafés and patisseries.
The eclectic mix of furnishings combines classic items, like this couch, with a set of Tom Dixon Beat Lights within the numerous shapes.
The quirkiness continues with the partitions and the kid-like illustrations which might be seen all through.
The Junior Suite is probably the quirkiest and most inventive of all of the 27 rooms. Different wallpaper patterns have been utilized in pretty monochromatic colours, leaving room for individuals, particularly Gauthron’s daughter, to paint in. Hence the identify of the lodge.
Brightly coloured curtains cowl the home windows, popping towards the principally black and white partitions.
The suite’s toilet has pixelated mosaic tile within the bathe and a laser-reduce purple door separating the area from the bed room.
The toilet additionally has a claw foot tub you possibly can soak in after exploring the town.
Other rooms come outfitted in saturated colours, like purples, reds, blues, yellows, and greens.
What: Hotel Crayon ParisWhere: 25 Rue du Bouloi, Paris, FranceHow a lot? From $245 (EUR179) an evening and upHighlights: Every room has a special saturated hue as a theme, plus location, location, and locationDesign draw: A vibrant and colourful lodge within the middle of the City of Light, that includes an eclectic mixture of classic and trendy finds that make you are feeling such as you’re staying in a Parisian artist’s home.Book it: [email protected]
Photos by Jacques Lebar.