philamuseum: Staff Pick: The fad for “eye miniatures” started in the late eighteenth century as a way for secret lovers to send a memento in which the owner of the eye was recognizable only to the recipient.
Located on a narrow cobblestone street, a short stroll from the city’s Latin Quarter, Paris’ hip Hotel Henriette Rive Gauche is a cross between a Berlin loft and a Copenhagen concept store. Designed by fashion journalist Vanessa Scoffier, contemporary .
This design is crazy, I love all the natural light, and the wall of windows that appears to lead to a greenhouse. The stairs being right above the kitchen is very cool, that's something I have seen very few times.
bxxlght interior inspiration This Paris apartment offers a fantastic view through the floor to ceiling windows and a nice combo of kitchen and dining. Imagine the home parties you could have in this space!