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The marble mosaic tiles on the walls and floor of this master bath are original, while the 19th-century Chinese-style light fixture was a flea market find.
The console in this bohemian Parisian home is sheathed in leather and mussel shells, and the chaise longue is upholstered in a Donghia fabric. The pillows and throws are made from antique Pakistani fabrics, and the stool is African.
The 18th-century desk in this apartment in Paris’s 7th arrondissement is actually English. The armchair is from Westenholz Antiques, the desk lamp was made from a Ming vase; the Italian mirror is from the early 1700s, and the Japanese wood sculpture is from the Heian period, according to Elle.
The living room in this 19th-century Parisian apartment includes a daybed upholstered in a Lelievre velvet. The 1930s cocktail table was found at the Drouot auction house, and the gilt-wood mirror and marble fireplace are original to the apartment, according to Elle.
This master bath features a nickel-and-brass 19th century tub, and a chair by Honoré Paris from Galerie Yves Gastou [Elle Decor] — Christopher Cameron