For the past decade, French online phenomenon My Little Paris has divulged the city’s best kept secrets in fashion, food, housewares, and lifestyle to almost four million subscribers. Now, this creative young team takes us inside their personal homes and workplaces, sharing Paris’s freshest interior inspiration.
The view from an 11th arrondissement apartment reveals slate rooftops and open sky, while a pair of silver Margiela designer boots, plush orange bomber jacket, and hot pink visor pepper the furniture, in fashion-showroom style. The My Little Paris workspace in an old carousel factory in Montmartre has a “dream room” vegetal wall, and rooftop terrace overlooking the Sacré-Coeur. In a relaxed apartment on the edge of the Canal Saint Martin, an aquamarine wall complements a matching Smeg fridge and coffee mugs, all in the same vibrant, yet soft hue. Bird cages, vinyl records, colorful kimonos, vintage photographs, flashy African wax cushions, and contemporary art all coexist harmoniously.
More than forty spaces — each brimming with parisian life — provide Instagram-ready inpiration for interior decoration, and are rich with ideas for sparking creativity.