Friday, February 5, 2010

Paris via America and Singapore

I'm off to a busy day of meetings and appointments but I couldn't leave without posting these gorgeous photos of American-born and now Singapore based interior designer Christopher Noto's Parisian pied-à-terre. I came across this apartment in the January or Gennaio 2010 issue of Italian AD which is entirely devoted to Paris and is definitely worth paying $15.95 to peruse! A little research unearthed that it was also shot for the American issue of AD so if you're Italian is a little rusty, you can read more about it here. I love all the Asian details that work perfectly with the French architecture. It's definitely a dream apartment! Enjoy!











27 comments:

Jill said...

I could be VERY happy here!

Alaina @ Live Creating Yourself said...

how many yards of silk were used for those drapes? hah stunning.

have a great weekend!

alaina

la cabeza de maria antonieta said...

So luxury!!! I want to be there!!!

A Gift Wrapped Life said...

This hits all my design buttons....elegant, warm, sophisticated, continental, on and on. Gorgeous.

Kristopher K said...

oh I want to get a copy of Italian AD now I know it's entirely devoted to Paris - I'll have to search, as I've only seen the American AD here in Australia - have a great weekend :)

Cherish said...

This Parisian apartment seems to reflect the experience of its owner. The blend of asian, parisian and american makes it interesting and gives it personality. What an interesting mix!!

Chic Coles said...

So beautiful. Hope you have a sunny great weekend!

Karena said...

So Fabulous! I love the design, decor, collections, and especially the way the art is showcased!

Renee Finberg said...

H,
this is gorgeous!!!

xx

Kerry said...

Delicious! The neutrals are so unboring.

Teresa Hatfield said...

Beautiful rooms. I love the luscious draperies and the chandeliers.

chichunters said...

i know christopher and he's got the most amazing taste. he has two stores in singapore - pagoda house and christopher noto. i used to go to his stores all the time when i was still living in singapore. bought a couple of pieces from him too.

www.chichunters.blogspot.com

GRAYSONFAVOUR said...

Ye gods! Is there anything NOT to love here???

the NEO-traditionalist said...

Someday I'll have a place in Paris. Key word being "someday"...sigh. Love this. It's just the inspiration I need. Enjoy your weekend Heather! XO

Sallie Ann said...

This is one of the most beautiful homes I've ever seen. So pretty.

Laura Trevey said...

Gorgeous neutral tones ~~

Tristan Robin Blakeman said...

There are so many exquisite apartments and homes in the world ... and I do love looking at them.

But this is one of those rare instances when I could happily leave everything in my life behind and unpack my suitcase and be right at home. Everything - everything - is my taste. And it's in my favorite city in the world!

I had planned on staying snugly tucked in during this eastern coast blizzard - but, now I have to go to the only shop in the city where I can buy an Italin AG!

Simply Luxurious said...

Gorgeous! Wow, the neutral color scheme, and that fireplace mantle. Loving it all.

jones said...

Everything is amazingly beautiful--have to get the magazine. thanks. Mary

Francine Gardner said...

Stunning...I especially love the cool luxuriuos grey touches. Singapore has some amazing designers, I have seen some unbelievable interiors published in magazine there.

Jessica Claire said...

that paneling is seriously gorg - and the colours! I would love to know which paint colours were used for that perfect grmouse grey and soft blue!

My Domicile Style said...

I ripped out this apartment for my tear sheets. While it is uber-traditional, and I am mid-century, I loved the walls, and the molding. Just beautiful!

Kim said...

French meets oriental - unexpected yet amazingly beautiful! I heart it!!

Kathysue said...

Wow! What an elegant ,beautifully appointed home. I love the colors and all of the opulence. Yet it still feels very liveable. The mouldings and architecture are wonderful and then I see a balcony with a black and white striped awning. I just posted awnings as a want on my Someday list a few days ago on my blog. Love all of the images, thankyou for sharing. Kathysue

sketch42 said...

This house is beyond gorgeous! LOVE IT!!!!

columnist said...

I agree. Truly beautiful, and not overly styled in any one theme or other. The neutral palette really assists with this too.

squarefoot interior design said...

a beautiful palette of neutrals with a just a taste of color. the designer finished this apartment with every detail in mind.

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