Today we are flying to the center of Paris’ arty Grands Boulevards neighborhood, where recently Panache Hotel joined the city’s hearty hotel scene. The hotel owned by Adrien Gloaguen, has the collaboration of the interior design, Dorothee Meilichzon, for a display of inventive results, where the mid-century lighting stands out!
The building offers a unique structural shape that had to be considered in the overall interior design. As a result, geometric shapes have been highlighted and the nooks and crannies created by the building’s distinctive form are encouraged as main features.
In the reception a mid-century style prevails and can be found in blown glass lamps, rusty-toned velvet sofas, paneled walls and mosaic flooring.
The Art Nouveau inspired counter artfully composed of darkened walnut wood, white marble and brass shine on the reception of this impressive hotel with modern touches.
Mirrors also play a strong role in the ambiance of the restaurant, as long as, the predominantly blue tones (from navy to turquoise) along with rusty orange touches on the velvet banquet seating and chairs and the almost nautically-inspired stripes that appear inlayed on the rim of the counter and the edges of the tables.
Every forty guest rooms have a similar color scheme of white, gray, blue and green but that doesn’t mean that any of the room are identical. Each one of them has been appointed to suit its individual architectural characteristics.
A few retro elements can be found in every single room, such as the brass bar, the glass globe light fixture, the polygonal mirrors, the replica Ericsson 1931 black telephones and the 1920’s era ceramic light switches on the walls.
One room features a vibrant wallpaper in a blue arrow design and a subdued carpet pattern, while in another room, the carpet’s pulsating pattern seems to dance beneath guests’ feet along with walls painted a restrained white and dark blue.
All in all, Hotel Panache offers everything you can expect from a hotel in the French capital. From a creativity employed by the team that brought Panache into fruition to a decor full of special features, this is a hotel you shouldn’t miss when in Paris.
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