If there's one destination that makes us feel like royalty every time we visit, it's Paris. From the prestigious Avenue des Champs-Élysées and the iconic Eiffel Tower, the city is rich in architectural history and design, and don't even get us started on the chic cafés with strong coffee and elegant pastries. We fall deeper in love with this romantic European destination every time we go and we always try to bring a piece of it home—every woman in Paris owns these eight décor pieces.
So if, like us, you adore the historic interiors of Parisian apartments then make sure you book one for your next trip. Yes, we found nine seriously chic homes for rent right now on one fine stay that will take your breath away. Think gilded walls, floor-to-ceiling home libraries, herringbone flooring, and petite balconies with breathtaking views of the city. Step right in and book your next trip asap.
If you've ever dreamed of experiencing Paris like a royal then book this stunning apartment asap. Aside from the breathtaking views and beautiful antique furniture, the Rue de Varenne III also has gilded walls and ceilings. Now that's enough to make anyone feel regal. But our favorite room is the home library with a wall stacked with books from floor to ceiling. Imagine reading on that sofa with a Parisian breeze sweeping through on a sunny afternoon? That's our idea of heaven.
This home has all the detailing you could want from a Parisian apartment. Think parquet floors, paneled walls, and beautifully decorated ceilings for starters. We could just imagine sitting with a cup of coffee, admiring the ornate detailing on the living room ceiling. And when you tire of that, you can step out onto the balconette and take in the sweeping views of the city. Si beau.
This chic apartment has been styled with contemporary furniture that infuses a splash of modernity in the otherwise traditional architecture. It's a striking mix that provides guests with all the comforts of today and all the nostalgia of the past. A charming park is also within walking distance along with boutiques and eateries for the complete French experience.
There's no denying that this incredibly beautiful apartment has been impeccably preserved. It's literally brimming with character and history. According to One Fine Stay, this apartment was built in 1864 during the time of Napoleon III as an hotêl particulier for the director of the Opéra Comique of Paris. And you won't believe who his neighbors were. Oh, just Chopin, Wagner and George Sand. No biggie. Wow.
The Chevron flooring of this striking apartment had us at hello. It's bright, open, and airy with a minimal interior design style. Natural light pours in through the twin doors that open up to a chic balconette. Can't you just imagine yourself sipping tea overlooking the views? We certainly can.
The rich architectural moldings are scaled back in this home for a modern industrial vibe instead. This is a reflection of the building's manufacturing past. It was originally a factory. But who can resist those floor to ceiling windows that open up to the garden courtyard outside? So dreamy.
If you're looking to rent a space that is right in the heart of Paris, then look no further the Avenue de Malakoff III which is situated between the Arc de Triomphe and the Bois de Boulogne on the Champs-Élysées. It really doesn't get more iconic than that. The open-plan living area is great for sharing with friends or family (this sleeps 5-6 people) with a cozy, modern design style and tons of natural light.
Who doesn't want to welcome a little drama into their lives? As they say, when in Paris... or is it Rome? Either way, we're here for this bold purple sofa and crystal chandelier moment. The curved walls with arched windows really enhance the views of the idyllic garden outside. You can also access said garden via the master bedroom which feels very quaint and chic. When you're ready to step outside, the street is lined with boutiques, brasseries, and renowned museums. Perfect.
If you've been planning a relaxing vacation where reading books in the sun is a prerequisite, then book this quaint little townhouse in Paris' Latin Quarter. This light-filled conservatory feels like it came straight off the pages of the Secret Garden and we can just imagine drinking countless pots of iced tea while flipping through all of the books on our list. The charm continues inside with a piano and chic farmhouse vibes.