Interiors: Jean-Louis Deniot’s Paris Retreat Pt. 2

I love finding new images of favorite spaces. Last week, I stumbled upon additional photos of Jean-Louis Deniot’s Parisian apartment, which I blogged last August. Of all the pics, I was most smitten by the bathrooms. Yes, the bathrooms! Coupled with his fabulous silver and marble kitchen, I may dub Deniot as the "King of Small Spaces."

Jean-Louis Deniot’s Paris Retreat

Jean-Louis Deniot’s Paris Retreat

In addition to King of Small Spaces, he may also take the prize for most innovative approach to surfaces. No wall is simply painted. These photos better capture wall treatments in the dining room, a striped custom paper, and the living room, a trompe-l'oeil application to walls and ceiling. Pretty.

Jean-Louis Deniot’s Paris Retreat

Jean-Louis Deniot’s Paris Retreat

You also get a better sense of the apartment's layout. Lacking hallways, it’s simply a series of small, connected rooms. If you battle the same design challenge, Deniot’s approach proves that spaces can still relate while maintaining their own personality.

See Jean-Louis Deniot’s Paris Retreat Pt. 1

Images: AD Russia