The new hotel interior design of Hotel Henriette, conceived and furnished by former fashion-editor Vanessa Scoffier, rises in the district of Mouffetard on the ashes of what used to be Hotel Résidence les Gobelins in Paris. The reduced budget has led the interior designer to create an exclusive yet accessible hospitality design.
Vanessa Scoffier immediately apparent in her way of mixing modern interior design, vintage and contemporary interior design into a Nordic-influenced but yet welcoming and bucolic aesthetic: Platner chairs, Knoll night stands, Gauriche tables, wall lamps from the 50s that dialogue with chandeliers by Thomas Eyck and Kvadrat fabrics.
The Hotel Henriette and its thirty-two comfy rooms offer an accurate selection of contract furniture and decor from every style and age, so as to make you feel at home and not for the sake of a lesson in art history.
The result might be defined as a hybrid between modernist rationality and the carefree indifference of New Wave. These are the stylistic coordinates of Hotel Henriette, and having Paris’ Latin quarter just a few steps away is also something that will not exactly bother you.
Photos via hotelhenriette.com
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