I have a little crush on this remodelled 18th-century Paris apartment of interior designer Thomas Pheasant. It's located on Boulevard Saint Germain, which is on the left bank of the Seine river (that would be the south side). Pheasant said he "wanted to enhance the architectural details that had been ruined by bad remodeling.” Please take a look at the before photos in the article to see how bad it actually was! I love the view from the bedroom. He kept its design simple "so as not to compete with the view.” How wonderful it must be to have one's own apartment in Paris! sigh
We had a good day in Luxembourg yesterday and we also drove to the old city Trier in Germany, which I last visited in 1991 when I was travelling through Europe with an InterRail train pass. I hope you are having a good start of the week!
Durston Saylor for Architectural Digest