Parisian Interior Design

Parisian Interior Design

Effortlessly elegant and sophisticated, Parisian design has a certain je ne sais quoi to it that can’t be ignored. Create the look in your home that makes you feel like you’ve just been walking down a street in the city of lights carrying a baguette every day. Even if you really were just picking up groceries, one can dream, right?

Herringbone Floors

The foundation of your home is just as important when it comes to Parisian design. If you want to fully embrace the classic French style, herringbone floors are a must. This type of attention to detail will set your home apart from the rest, it’s not just about what you put in your home, it’s about adding character.

Add Elaborate Moulding Design

Speaking of attention to detail, adding moulding to your walls is the perfect way to set the stage for a Parisian design. Since small detail is an important aspect of this French style, our Decramold and Blockshop collection would be the perfect fit for a Parisian-inspired look. You can find this collection at your local Home Depot.

Photo from Kasha Paris

The Art of the Gallery Wall

Home of many famous artists, it’s no question why art is important in a Parisian design. A curated gallery wall is a perfect way to show off French artists a little while elevating your home. Don’t know where to find art? Look online at websites like Minted or Etsy.

Incorporate Sparkle

Chandeliers are a quintessential part of Parisian design. A chandelier can change the entire aesthetic of a room while adding just the right amount of sparkle and elegance needed to complete the look. Fun fact: The name ‘chandelier’ stems from the French phrase ‘chandelle’ meaning candle.

Photo from Wayfair

Use Furniture As Art

Art doesn’t just have to hang on the walls. One of the most important parts of Parisian style is the furniture, which is easily art in itself. Make a statement when choosing furniture like this gorgeous mirrored buffet by Z Gallerie.

Photo from Z Gallerie

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