This stunning traditional-versus-modern fusion is what happens when you unleash the magic of a Danish designer on a forgotten 19th-century apartment in France. Located in the 7th arrondissement in Paris, the residence dates back to 1860, and when designer Klaus Rosenfalck bought it in 2008, it hadn't been occupied since 1963. The obvious wear and tear was cleaned up while keeping the original architecture intact, allowing Rosenfalck to transform the 2300 square foot relic into a chic yet comfortable home. Scroll down to see more of this space through photos by Nicolas Mathéus for Elle Decor.
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