Art Deco Luxury Living in Paris
The bedroom, with its large window overlooking a series of flower-filled courtyards, is nestled at the back of the apartment. In mild weather, it is a particular pleasure to sleep with the window open to the quiet chirping of birds in the courtyard trees and the scent of geraniums and lavender from neighboring window box gardens.
The elegant 1920's Art Deco rosewood bed sports a premium mattress dressed in quality linens. Small details create a luxurious environment. Gently-lit reading sconces above the bed are individually switched for personal reading and are easy to reach when lying in bed. The Art Deco chandelier by Degué, famed for the glass panels he created for the luxury ocean liner Normandie, provides brighter light when desired. Handwoven Chobi Ziegler rugs soften the parquet floor.
Floor-to-ceiling closets stretch along one entire wall, providing ample room for hanging or folded clothes and empty luggage. The cabinets also hold a full-length dressing mirror, extra linens and amenities such as a rolling market cart, ironing board, first aid and sewing kits, and more.
A wireless phone, an alarm clock with an iPod/iPhone docking charging station, and the remote control for the oscillating fan are conveniently located bedside.