I love the tufting on the back of this settee. A small apartment might not have room for a full-size sofa, so this piece is definitely the way to go. Pair two of them together for double the fun.
"Yum" is the best way to describe this French round-back chair. It's curvy in all the right places, but the color — oh my — adds drama and a sense of fun. How could you not have a great time sitting in this chair while having a lively chat with friends?
I love bringing in a pattern that ties together the predominant colors in the room. This is an old Celtic design that really captured my attention, and it combines the turquoise and the sage green of the two pieces above.
I like to echo colors already in the room, and this blue adds depth to the turquoise. I love how the pattern adds a sense of drama.
Parisian apartments are known for being quite tiny, with very little storage, so this ottoman can do double duty as storage and seating.
Texture, color and fun combine to make this pillow the perfect complement to the settee and chair, à mon avis (in my opinion).
Placing a few of these pillows on the settee will bring in some more blue, repeating the blue from the French chairs. All of these bright colors will keep the apartment from feeling dreary in the winter.
I love, love this console. It looks like it was made form bits of an ancient church. I think I could design an entire room around this glorious piece. It just looks like Paris to me.
These fun demijohn bottles with French graphics would add a cool factor to any room. They convey a sense of age, but the gold lettering is fresh.
This lamp evokes the feeling of a very old architectural element. I love the look of the linen shade too.
You can't furnish a Paris apartment without a fabulous French mirror — all Paris apartments seem to have at least one large French mirror that stops traffic. This oversize antique is definitely my splurge piece.
The lightness of this end table would help keep the small room feeling open and airy. The shelf provides much-needed storage, and the gold tone would add richness to the room.
These stylized crosses appeal to me for their beauty and charm. Sitting on a console, they would garner attention as guests enter the apartment.
When I am not looking at Houzz, I love to peruse design magazines. I think this would be the perfect place to store my stash by the settee near the fireplace. Now, where are my slippers?