The decoration of this eclectic apartment near Francs-Bourgeois is the focus of contemporary art. It includes a separate kitchen and dining room, a spacious living room, two double bedrooms and a shower room.
To the left of the entrance, the cozy kitchen combines steel and blond wood for a convivial space where it is pleasant to enjoy meals together with loved ones.
To the right of the entrance, the living room sets the tone: a thick white carpet with black squares and designer furniture create a sophisticated atmosphere, with a touch of humor brought by the bright colors of the cushions and the full-length portrait of Elvis Presley in cowboy.
A large paneled door allows to be opened completely on the large double room to widen the space of the living room and at night, closed to preserve intimacy. In this room, the two portraits of Andy Warhol make allusion to Elvis in the adjoining room, while a floating wooden chair interacts with an elegant Empire black dresser with curved lines.
In front of the entrance, at the end of the corridor, one reaches the shower room with its spacious shower cabin, and, on the left, the second double bedroom, decorated with old engravings and two statuettes, reproductions of the statues of the terracotta army of the mausoleum of the first Qin Emperor.
THE BEDDING AND BATHROOMS
This eclectic apartment near Francs-Bourgeois consists of:
1 bedroom with two adjustable single beds (2 x 80 x 200 or 160 x 200);
1 bedroom with two adjustable single beds (2 x 90 x 200 or 180 x 200);
1 double sofa bed (160 x 200) located in the living room;
1 independent shower room with toilet included
This eclectic apartment near Francs-Bourgeois enjoys a privileged location of a chic neighborhood in the capital. We are in the heart of the Marais, near the hotel de Sully which houses the headquarters of the Center of national monuments. The hotel is unfortunately not open, but we have access to its courtyard and gardens all day long.
To continue to stroll along the green spaces, you can go to the gardens of the hotel de Lamoignon, whose watchtower is admired, just at the end of the street of this eclectic apartment near Francs-Bourgeois. The hotel would have been the home of Diane de France, before being owned by, after many vicissitudes, the Daudet family. Alphonse Daudet would welcome, at the end of the 19th century, his friends Turgenev and Flaubert.
The promenade extends to Place du Marché Sainte-Catherine, a charming little square where you may stop for a coffee, unless you prefer to have lunch at the Café des Musées on rue de Turenne. Tea-lovers, on the other hand, will revel at Dammann's in place des Vosges, in a shop with a felted atmosphere whose numerous bins reveal delicate fragrances.
In the samme Place du Marché Sainte-Catherine, at the Café-Théâtre Double Fond, the Duviviers father and daughter propose magic shows that will leave little and big mouths open.
A few steps from this eclectic apartment near Francs-Bourgeois, enjoy the marvelous shop of pearls Matière Première to create your own jewels and accessorize your own outfut with a unique touch.
Finally, you can venture to Boulevard Beaumarchais to visit the Nat & Nin shop. The brand of leather goods created by two sisters, Nathalie and Ninny, who first dedicated themselvres to women's bags, full of vivacity. They, extended their range to make men's bags.
Finally, you can choose to eat between vegan, with pancakes, quiches and "vegieburgers" chez Loving Hut, or Japanese at the restaurant Teppanyaki Kagayaki, that connoisseurs embrace and where gourmands will taste the teppanyaki foie gras.