Minimalist 18th Century Apartment With A Scandinavian Feel

Minimalist 18th Century Apartment With A Scandinavian Feel

This 18th century apartment in the heart of Le Marais, Paris was designed by interior architect Margaux Beja, it is a stunning blend of old-world and modern. With a Scandinavian feel, this space is cozy and bright. A beautiful walnut wall hides spaces like the laundry and bathroom, and a glass wall separates the bedroom from main living space allowing light to flow through. The attic bedroom is absolutely Parisian-like, though the window is small. I totally love the use of wooden beams in the apartment – they not only give the space a character but also connect the walnut wall and wooden furniture.

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