If you're planning a trip to Paris soon (or perhaps it's on your travel bucket list), put Henriette Rive Gauche at the top of your hotel list. This super-stylish boutique inn is tucked away on a quiet cobbled street near the exciting Mouffetard district in Paris. The sleek and intimate space was designed by former fashion-editor-turned-interior-designer Vanessa Scoffier who, according to Architectural Digest, spent 15 months sourcing unique vintage furniture and décor from the famous local flea markets. The contemporary 1950s vibe come courtesy of the Platner chairs, Knoll sideboards, printed wallpaper, and era-specific lighting. We can only imagine the world's fashion elite flock to this secret pied-à-terre. Scroll down to see more of this sophisticated hotel through photos by Hervé Goluz for Hotel Henriette Rive Gauche.
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