"Being so close to the Champs Elysees, we dreamed about it, a very successful week in Paris."
To arrive to this Haussmannian apartment near the Champs Elysees, you must walk up a wooden staircase, typical of the most beautiful Parisian buildings and covered appropriately with a carpet to stifle the noises and offer, from the entrance, a cozy atmosphere.
It is a refined apartment, decorated with great taste in gray and white tones for the background and with black and purple accents. There are, by discreet touches, the whole range of violets, from the pale purple of the thick carpet with branches of a cherry tree to the violet lampshades of the living room, passing by to the carmine of the dinning table seats. All details have been designed for maximum elegance.
The entrance of this Haussmannian apartment near the Champs Elysees faces a closet with sliding doors adorned with mirrors. To the right, one reaches the large living area, which includes a kitchen area, separated from the rest by a partition at half height; a corner dining room, with corner seats, and the living area.
To the left, the shower room, and at the end, the double room, oriented to the East.
Standing under the sign of history, the wall at the end of the living room is decorated like an old-fashioned museum, loaded with small paintings that happily mix sizes, small medallions or large double pages, and shapes, squares, rectangles, Circles. This skillfully studied effect brings together many old engravings: old maps of France, vintage engravings that reproduce famous paintings and portraits of women. A neighboring Dutch peasant with Diane de Poitiers, King Henri II's favorite, and the Portrait with the Straw Hat by Elizabeth Vigée Le Brun, rendered in engraving.
In the middle of the beautiful carpet with branches of cherry tree that evokes the Far East, a black traveling trunk serves as a coffee table and spins the metaphor of the journey.
A superb buffet, white with black tray, with black candelabra, faces the kitchen. The latter is simple and practical, fully equipped and discreetly concealed by a partition, against which the corner bench seat is leaned on. A sketch decorates it with simplicity, which represents a street of Montmartre and the Sacré coeur.
At the end of the corridor, one reaches the bedroom. On the wall over the headboard are painted stylized patterns of stylized branches in Art Nouveau style. Here as well, we also find in fine touches the black that gives so much refinement to the living room: the patterns of the wallpaper, the feet of the fluted lamps and the pretty mirror with black frame. After the cherry branches of the rug in the living room, the Far East finds itself here in the nightstands and the Chinese-style chair.
This Haussmannian apartment near the Champs Elysees consists of:
Close to the prestigious Charles de Gaulle square, formerly Place de l'Étoile, and the famous Champs-Élysées, this Haussmannian apartment near the Champs Elysees cannot be better placed in one of the most elegant districts of the capital. The Arc de Triomphe, which gives its name to the street, is of course the one, which thrills in majesty in the center of the Place de l'Étoile, a true symbol of Paris.
Another monument, less known by tourists, is the Orthodox Cathedral Saint-Alexandre-Nevsky. It was consecrated in 1861 and its gilded globes surmount with majesty the perspective of the Rue Pierre-le-Grand.
The neighborhood of this Haussmannian apartment near the Champs Elysees also brings together three very popular addresses for teatime. No presentation is needed for the famous Parisian triad of the Mariage Frères teas, the Ladurée macarons and the Angelina tearoom. Mariage Frères, on the very elegant Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, serves its own blends of teas and delicious pastries. The Ladurée macarons have chosen to settle on rue Lincoln, very close to the Champs-Élysées. We meet Angelina for her inimitable hot chocolate; The Porte Maillot shop, hidden in the Palais des Congrès, does not suffer from the same affluence as the other addresses of the same brand.
Just a stone's throw from the Champs-Élysées, the Pierre Gagnaire restaurant is entirely in the spirit of the Paris of beautiful avenues. On plates with an expert composition, for the pleasure of the eyes, the divine dishes are assembled, for the pleasure of the taste buds.
In a very different style, L'Auberge Dab, opposite the Palais des Congrès, offers a traditional French brasserie where you can sit on red-leather upholstered benches in a cozy atmosphere. Here you can enjoy good meats and crustacean dishes.
For seafood fanatics, another address is even closer to our Haussmannian apartment near the Champs Elysees. Every night, the Crabe Marteau receives the delivery of crabs that give it its name, as well as the best Breton fish. The day arrived, crabs, crustaceans, fish and shells according to their arrivage, are served with pleasure in a rustic and friendly atmosphere.
|Metro||5 Min.||Charles de Gaulle - Étoile||1, 2, 6|
|RER||5 Min.||Charles de Gaulle - Étoile||A|
|Bus||5 Min.||Ternes - Mac Mahon||43, 92, 93, 341, N24, N53, N153|
|5 Min||Charles de Gaulle - Étoile - Wagram||30, 31|
|5 Min.||Charles de Gaulle - Étoile - Grande Armée||73, N11, N24|
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