Inviting boutique storefront, adorable black and white awning with simple topiaries, slightly vintage but still modern design.

Inviting boutique storefront, adorable black and white awning with simple topiaries, slightly vintage but still modern design.

Le Salon Ovale du Prince, 18th Century Rococo Interior by Germain Boffrand, Hotel de Soubise, Paris

Le Salon Ovale du Prince, 18th Century Rococo Interior by Germain Boffrand, Hotel de Soubise, Paris

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A Classic French Apartment Full Of Style And Historic Details

A Classic French Apartment Full Of Style And Historic Details

This is the kind of home that will make you want to run away to France. Think you can handle the temptation? Tap the link in our bio to see the rest of this stunning home, but don't blame us when you're boarding the next flight to Lyon.

A French Salon is elegant,opulent and exquisite in its decor and classic architectural features

A French Salon is elegant,opulent and exquisite in its decor and classic architectural features

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The Méridienne, its daybed tucked into a mirrored alcove, was a place for rest and relaxation. Given to Marie Antoinette by Louis XVI in 1782 to celebrate the birth of the Dauphin, this lovely retreat followed the delicate Rococo style | post Versailles: Marie Antoinette's Private Apartments  #interiordesign

Versailles: Marie Antoinette's Private Apartments

The Méridienne, its daybed tucked into a mirrored alcove, was a place for rest and relaxation. Given to Marie Antoinette by Louis XVI in 1782 to celebrate the birth of the Dauphin, this lovely retreat followed the delicate Rococo style | post Versailles: Marie Antoinette's Private Apartments #interiordesign

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