Gigi's quite eclectic- trumeaus, china and antlers all on one room... a French girl can pull off anything.
One last look before we head into the Dining Room. There are many traditional and antique styles here yet it's anything but stuffy. The light fabrics, monochrome palette, and selective use of color (and trendy color at that) keep it looking fresh and hip.
Simplified statement pieces are in Gigi's Dining Room. That is quite the table, and like the Armoire in the Living Room, it is the contrasting "anchor" to this room.
Many of the pieces in here are oversized, which is actually quite unique for a Parisian apartment. The consistency in scale keeps clutter and fuss to a minimum.
The furniture and seating arrangement is very interesting, and very unlike most American Dining Rooms. There are actually several seating areas in this one space between the table, the daybed, and the slipper chairs flanking the fireplace. Notice another mirror above the fireplace for reflective light.
Chevron wood floors... oh je t'aime...
Isn't it amazing to see the efficiency of a Parisian Kitchen??? I'm amazed. Even in Gigi's utilitarian spaces she's beautiful- open shelves, great glass front cabinet, and of course a crystal chandelier.
It appears that all the walls are tiled, which is so much more interesting than paint.
Gigi's view... it's so typically Parisian and so pretty.
Now that we've seen all of Gigi, you must be wondering how to get in touch so that you can stay with her next time you are in Paris. Virtually visit her here.