One of the best home decorators in the world, Jean-Louis Deniot creates comfort while optimizing value within spaces. The interiors signed by the French designer are as classy, stylish and sophisticated as can be and that is just one of the reasons that make his work known worldwide. The spaces he conceptualizes are often in a modern interior design style, elegant and refined, emphasizing texture, color, scale, and light. Especially the living rooms Deniot decorates are elegant, eclectic and stylish. That’s why today Brabbu brings you a selection that honors the way Deniot decorates every living room set. Get ideas and improve your own home decor with the interior design inspiration you’ll find below.
An Empire daybed anchors the living area of handbag designer Nancy Gonzalez’s western Colombia apartment, decorated in collaboration with Jean-Louis Deniot. Deniot designed the carpet, and the armchairs are from his Collection Pierre line.
In a Chicago living room designed by Jean-Louis Deniot, the painting, the vintage cocktail table, and club chairs were put together to enhance the beautifulness of each element in the living room set.
Deniot’s natural aptitude for working with textures and patterns is very notorious in this stunning living room set, where a monumental Anselm Kiefer painting presides over the opposite end of the living room, paired with a cocktail table from Jean-Louis Deniot’s collection for Jean de Merry.
The French interior designer worked with his sister and business partner, Virginie Deniot, to completely overhaul a centuries-old French farmhouse. The living room, which was once a stable, is anchored by a sofa covered in a cotton-linen blend.
A terrace was enclosed to create the family room, where Deniot devised the brass-and-copper light fixture and the bone top cocktail table that can be raised to dining height electronically; Deniot keen architectural eye and timeless spirit made this amazing living room set.
The living room of a New Delhi residence designed by Jean-Louis Deniot. “I worked all volumes vertically to offset the smaller surface areas in the rooms,” says the architect.
In the living room of a Chicago prewar apartment decorated by Jean-Louis Deniot, the print above the mantel scrolls away to reveal a television.
In a Paris apartment designed by Jean-Louis Deniot, the living room’s 19th-century gilt-wood bench and 1940s Baguis tables prove that luxurious, indulgent rooms, can be simple too.