Branch out Playful, ingenious and beautiful, this home’s design is undoubtedly striking. Fresh, white rooms are stirringly curated – from the Javan apothecary cabinet, to the bright bunny lamp and the chairs by Swedish designer Arne Norell. Though no object is more impressive than the pair of majestic chestnut trees ‘growing’ in the living area. Canal Saint-Martin is similarly refreshing, with buzzing bars and cafés, and plenty of quiet spots for families. Whether you take a stroll down the leafy avenues of the Parc des Buttes Chaumont, have hot chocolate at Holly Belly, or sample traditional pastries at Du Pain et des Idées – it’s all within easy reach. New shoots Once the residence of an eminent young architect, this apartment is now home to an artist, a curator and their little girl. They move between Paris, Canada and India, walking, cycling and collecting curious pieces along the way. Between trees In the sitting room anything organic goes – leather, wood, wool and cotton come together against glossy alabaster walls. There’s dining space for six around the Christofle marble table, from which you’ll spot framed drawings and the neatly designed kitchen. And while the cloakroom shocks in lime green, around the corner the bedroom is all-white. Hang newly acquired treasures from the cleverly placed row of hooks, or simply repose beneath the collection of spinning dream catchers.
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