Fans of Parisian apartments, pick up the October issue of Architectural Digest and feast your eyes! Tour through text and photos the apartment belonging to Anne McNally is the Marais district (specifically, the Place des Vosges). Nearby is the house where Victor Hugo wrote Les Miserables. The building dates to the 1600s, and the apartment’s interiors (paneling, doors, marble fireplaces, and so on) go back to the 1700s.  The decor is described as “meaningful possessions, impeccable fabrics and colors, not too much of anything.” Sounds like an ideal combination to me. Special pieces include custom furniture made  by Julian Schnabel, an Aubusson rug, and Louis XVI chairs.

Anne McNally's  Paris Apartment  -- Living Room -- Photography by William Waldron

Anne McNally's Paris Apartment -- Living Room -- Photography by William Waldron for Architectural Digest

–Brett

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