This elegant snow-white apartment is located in Paris. Sophistication and vintage is the best description of this interior. The walls and beamed ceiling are solid white, the floor is light parquet, perhaps the most common floor finish in old European homes. There are a lot of stucco moldings in the decor. All furniture is classic, from light Walter armchairs to a vintage sideboard. Most of the pieces of furniture are deliberately aged (craquelure technique), and some have really told a lot in their lifetime. Pastel colors in decoration and furniture are diluted with bright paintings: pelicans, vegetable still life and the famous Campbells can, they, in turn, give the interior a liveliness and modernity. The apartment is spacious, two-level – a rarity in Paris; on the ground floor there is a living room, kitchen and dining room, upstairs there is a bedroom. It is difficult to imagine a Parisian apartment without a balcony, in this apartment it is decorated with potted plants and wrought-iron furniture. Very cozy apartment that combines elegance and comfort.