A large living-room overlooking the terrace of the quiet townhouse in the heart of Paris by Sweet Inn A large living room overlooking the green terrace

When travelling abroad, we agree that the more the merrier. But it’s not always easy to find a place big enough for all our loved ones to stay together. What if you and your family could stay in a quiet townhouse in the heart of Paris?

Thanks to Sweet Inn, you can now experience the cosiness of your own house in the city of lights.

Ideally located between Porte de Versailles and only a bus trip away from the Eiffel Tower, this majestic 160 sqm house will welcome you and your tribe in the capital.

Let’s discover this hidden treasure!

A private 160m2 house

blue color palette for the living-room of this quiet townhouse in the heart of Paris by Sweet Inn Pristine walls and floor contrast with the blue color palette in the living-room

After a busy day spent in the Musée de l’Homme or at the latest exhibition in Parc des Expositions, you will be happy to come back to a calm and spacious house.

Initially built as a warehouse, our talented interior designer, Sophie Zaghdoun, converted it into a house with its own garden in central Paris.
She arranged a cozy and warm living space for you to feel at home while away.
Its 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms are enough to welcome up to 11 guests, so no reason to enjoy it alone!

The Design Project in a nutshell

The concept: Create a townhouse with a garden in a contemporary design

The place: Porte de Versailles, Paris 14

The area: Duplex of 160m2

A spacious living-area

wooden furniture warms-up the dining room of this quiet townhouse in the heart of Paris by Sweet Inn
Wooden furniture warms-up the living-room

A little garden next to the living room is ideal for an afternoon of sunbathing, as well as a relaxing spot for sipping a glass of wine with friends.

Not only does it offer a green landscape from the living room, it also adds to the natural light of the rooms.
Our interior designer thought of combining the living and dining area by creating a large open-space.

She thought of pristine walls and floor to highlight the volume of the room. Then, she purposely created a vibrant contrast with a cool blue palette of accessories such as the Hotel Mega Store sofa, the Design Plus chair or the Asiatic London carpet.

She selected the dining table and the chairs from different families of wood to warm-up the room.

Go on and book your stay today in this four bedroom apartment in Paris!

A tastefully decorated master bedroom

Vintage industrial furniture decorates the bedroom of the quiet townhouse in the heart of Paris by Sweet Inn
Vintage industrial furniture decorates the bedroom

The master bedroom is next to the living-room with a direct view onto the terrace. Equipped with its own bathroom, the bedroom is tastefully decorated. The color blue is aligned with the inspiration of the house. Sophie Zaghdoun also added some modern touches such as the metallic Pomax lamps and the red Chehoma bed table. This mimics the industrial past of this quiet townhouse in the heart of Paris.

3 bedrooms for your friends and family

One of the bedrooms is beautifully decorated by a massive blue headboard created with wall paper. Again, the color blue is present, but the Dutch Decor and the grey Fleux lamps soften the color palette.

Furthermore, the third bedroom is a direct recall of the living-room decor with its pristine floor, its industrial furniture pieces and blue linen.

Notice the large ceiling window which will give our guests a beautiful moonlit view from the comfort of their beds.

The kids have their own room with 3 separate beds with matching blankets and pillows.

While Paris is loud, full of architecture, art, museums and exhibitions, it’s quite satisfying to find a discreet place to rest during your holiday. Our quiet family apartment in the heart of Paris is a perfect fit for you and your relatives the next time you visit Paris! You can book this apartment or one of our hundreds of vacation rentals all over the hottest European cities on our Sweet Inn website.
Our new concept: Stylish apartments with hotel services in the best locations

article inspired by ” A Paris, une maison aux reflets bleutés” written by Camille Voituriez and published on the Côté Maison website.

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