Viewed from the streets, Paris can make the heart skip a beat. But stepping inside--where real Parisians live, work, and create--makes the heart beat stronger.
For the past decade, French online phenomenon My Little Paris has divulged the city's best-kept secrets in fashion, interiors, and lifestyle to some four million subscribers. Now, this creative young team takes us inside thirty-four of their own homes and creative spaces, sharing Paris's freshest interior inspiration.
In a relaxed apartment on the edge of the Canal Saint-Martin, an aquamarine accent wall complements a vintage fridge and matching coffee mugs--setting the tone with the vibrant hue. Birdcages, vinyl records, and colorful kimonos mingle harmoniously with vintage photographs, dazzling African wax cushions, and contemporary art. The view from a tiny sixth-floor walk-up reveals slate rooftops and open sky, while inside, in fashion-showroom style, a pair of silver Margiela designer boots, a plush orange bomber jacket, and a hot pink visor pepper the furniture. The My Little Paris workspace in an old carousel factory in Montmartre includes a "dream room," green wall, and rooftop terrace overlooking Sacré-Coeur.
This insider's tour of Paris is made possible only through the abracadabra magic of the team behind Paris's most popular lifestyle start-up. Their interiors--each sparkling with Parisian style--provide home inspiration and are rich with ideas for sparking creativity.
About The Author
My Little Paris (@mylittleparis) has been the go-to source for the most unusual and interesting things to do in Paris since it was founded in 2008. They published My Little Paris: The Best Kept Parisian Secrets in 2011. Present in thirteen countries with 130 contributors, today the brand reaches four million readers through their Instagram posts, newsletter, and subscription boxes.