Each room has its own story. The dining room has high ceilings and a stunning parquet floor. Meilichzon mixes and matches vintage, modern, and custom furniture. The chairs are made by Neri & Hu. The seats are made of old wood and covered in fabric by Pierre Frey.
A pop of color is always a refreshing surprise. The 19th-century apartment features Meilichzon’s unique personal style. The kitchen incorporates modern details like the stainless-steel kitchen island. One of my favorite touches is the bright arched doorway leading to the bedroom. Her signature is utilizing arches in her interior design projects.
This primary bedroom design is right on trend for 2023. It has a warm earthy color palette that’s contrasted with natural wood paneling accent walls. The bedding is a crisp white with a cool rounded headboard.
About Dorothée Meilichzon
Dorothée Meilichzon was only 27 years old when she opened her own studio, Chzon, in Paris in 2009. She specialized in hotel design. Meilichzon designed many hotels in Paris including Hôtel Paradis, Grand Pigalle Hotel, and Hôtel des Grands Boulevards. She has even designed hotels in Italy and London too. Her design aesthetic is combing influencers from French heritage and Art Deco to create unique cinematic spaces.
This blog makes me want to go to Paris ASAP. Maybe I should start planning soon?