Famous for the fact that he creates comfort while optimizing value within spaces, Jean-Louis Deniot was chosen by a Middle Eastern princess to design her first Paris apartment. The luxury interiors achieved are at once elegant and refined, emphasizing substance, scale and light.
With this apartment, Jean-Louis Deniot’s interior design portfolio counts with traditional elegance and a feminine approach. Take a look and see why Deniot is one of the best home decorators, not only in France, but in the world.
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The living room’s half-moon sofas, shagreen-topped cocktail table, and bookcases are all custom designs; the side tables by Jean-Louis Deniot and the 19th-century mirror is italian. The plaster ceiling matches the custom-made rug.
A corner of the master bedroom features a custom sofa, an armchair by Andrew Martin, a cocktail table by Willy Daro, and a 1950s lamp by Marianna von Allesch; a series of sculptures hangs on walls.
Also, in the master bedroom, the bed is by Jean-Louis Deniot, and the canopy is of a silk by Brunschwig & Fils; the carpet and the nightstand are custom designs.
The entry hall in a black and white color scheme, where the walls were painted faux-marbre, has multiple beautiful lighting fixtures.
Keeping the faux-stone walls, like in the entryway, here we can find a painting hanging above a Jean de Merry console; the Tommi Parzinger floor lamps were found on 1stdibs and the pendant lights are by Ombre Portée.
In the living room of this Paris apartment designed by Jean- Louis Deniot, a sofa by Collection Pierre is upholstered in a fabric trimmed with ribbons; There is also a glass wall sculpture by Christophe Gaignon, while the cocktail tables are custom designs.
Here we can see how beautifully this flooring of Carrara and Nero Marquina marble was installed in custom patterns, as well as the striped wallpaper. The dining table and chairs are custom made.
Pendants by Circa Lighting hang above the granite-topped kitchen island; the cabinetry is custom made and the flooring is granite and quartzite.
In the breakfast room, chairs and a banquette covered in a Lelievre fabric surround a table and the pendant fixture.
Another room with striped wallpaper, where the art was hung beautifully. In this media room, the cocktail table, armchairs and the rug are all custom designs, while the sofa is by Jean-Louis Deniot.
A view of the enfilade from the master bedroom to the living room; the floor lamp is by Deniot.
In the study, the walls are upholstered in fabric, while the rug and cocktail table are custom made. A lamp tops a brass desk.
Hanging beautiful golden pendant lights, Deniot also designed the dressing room’s cabinetry, which is trimmed in a wallcovering.
In the master bathroom, the vanity, mirror, and marble flooring are all custom designs.
This elegant french home is worthy of royalty. True luxury interior design. And it couldn’t be designed by anyone but Jean-Louis Deniot.