This Parisian Pied-à-Terre Is Classic and Cool
But it wasn't always this glamorous. When American-born interior designer Christopher Noto bought the pretty 1820s pied-à-terre, he says it was a "wreck," but it was the home's period details that sold him. "I go crazy for things like that," he told Elle Decor.
Every corner of this 1249-square-foot space has been carefully considered with a mesmerizing mix of original artwork, designer furniture, and classic architectural detailing. It's just how you'd expect life to look like on the Left Bank.
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