Our Champion of the Champs-Élysées

And our Home of the Week award goes to...

Drumroll please, our Home Critics have deliberated and the verdict is in. This week’s Home of the Week goes to a Parisian beauty that considers none other than the Champs-Élysées as one of its neighbours. Let's find out exactly why Braque’s Birds stole the show….


The contemporary-meets-period charm 


Our Home Critics could not stop talking about the sumptuous interiors of this home. High-quality pieces, both old and new, come together seamlessly bringing a real sense of luxury to every room. One Home Critic loved the dining room chairs so much, they’ve now got six of the same on order for their home. (A shame it'll take ten months for them to be custom-made, though.) 


The bathroom’s subtle nod to Art Deco 


The sleek brass taps, monochrome tiling and pearlescent accessories wouldn’t feel out of place in Jay Gatsby’s bathroom…and for that reason, this room scored very well indeed.


The air conditioning…in Paris!


Now, this was a BIG hit with our Home Critics. Finding an apartment that boasts air conditioning in Paris is like finding a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow…somewhat of a myth. But, alas, as always our Home Critics scoured the city and uncovered that perfect place for you to enjoy a comfortable night’s sleep whatever the season. Not all heroes wear capes…


The ritzy neighbourhood 


This home couldn’t be better positioned for guests wanting to enjoy the real glamour of Paris during their stay in the city. Just a short walk away from the Champs-Élysées and its surrounding areas, don’t be surprised to bump into a few stars on your way out to get your morning croissant and café au lait. 


So there we go, folks, Braque's Birds chirped the right tune this week. Let's see what will please our Home Critics next (if anything, that is – they're an incredibly tough crowd). 


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