I always like when decorators take chances with a space–when modern architecture is paired with classic interiors and vice versa. In this 419 square foot apartment, the bones of the building are classic–wide floor boards, board ceiling, beautiful paneled doors, and the kind of windows that only seem truly legitimate in France. The decor, on the other hand, is more streamlined, minimalist. What I love about it most, is that the lack of over-decorating allows the architecture and the age of this building to shine through. And as a preservationist, I definitely have a soft spot for that. In addition, it prevents this small space from feeling overcrowded. What do you all think?
Photos courtesy of Marie Claire Maison