When we imagine Parisian style, we immediately think of an impeccable but effortless mixture of historic architectural features with modern furniture, styling, and accessories. The classic Parisian mansard roofs give way to attic abodes with character-defining, wood-beamed ceilings—walls are covered with wood paneling, floors are lined with beautiful hardwood, and ceilings are edged with crown molding. Yet, these spaces feel anything but old and dreary, thanks to of-the-moment paint colors, modern lighting, clean lines, and tons of natural light. Take a look as we review some of our favorite appartements in Paris that have that certain je ne sais quois.
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