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The fully-equipped kitchen overlooks rue du Louvre and features a 1920s glass chandelier, Mexican art, Danish furniture, sleek and minimalist pale blue cupboards, and Popham design tiles hand-made by our friends Samuel and Caitlin Dowe-Sandes in Marrakesh.
Sunny windows, an 18th century fireplace, an 18th century Louis Philippe mirror, Danish furniture, a Beni Ouirane rug, and groovy 1960s appliques.
A surprisingly comfortable sofabed in grape below 'Sugar Lift Spade,' a 1982 print from Richard Diebenkorn's Clubs and Spades series, where he used a sugar lift etching aquatint process to create the image
An original Calder lithograph leans on a marble topped commode from the 18th century
A brand new iMac with a super speedy connection to the Internet
A gorgeous blue bedroom, with a 19th century secretaire in burled wood, an original Eames chair, and a 19th century Afghani blanket found at the Paris flea markets
Petrol blue walls and curtains, an antique Kilim, a bronze standing light from Denmark, a leather lounge chair, and a petrol blue mohair throw - all overlooking a quiet courtyard with a mahogany tree
An en-suite bathroom with colorful tiles and a 10-inch rainshower
A Louis Philippe mercury mirror, retro sink and fittings, towel heaters, and an enormous shower.
Peak a boo doors that lend privacy if guests are sleeping on the sofabed.
2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a spacious kitchen, a computer desk, and a salon that easily converts to a private 3rd bedroom as needed