A Family Apartment in the 16eme








This apartment in the 16eme arrondissement of Paris is the same price as the one in Saint-Germain I shared earlier this week, at $2.5 million. Location is clearly everything, as this apartment is 1650ft², double the last apartment. It’s in a classic Haussmann building, has 3 bedrooms, two maid’s rooms, and just exudes that wonderful “lived in” family home vibe. I am in love with that ocean print in the master bedroom (along with all of the fluffy white bed linens), and that brightly colored reading nook.

16 thoughts on “A Family Apartment in the 16eme

  1. this is one of my favorite homes ever. those kids rooms just kill me every time. i think the one with the blackboard wall was what convinced me i definitely wanted to do that in m+l’s room. it just look so whimsical, something right out of a children’s book. xoxo

    1. If you weren’t convinced before, allow me to encourage you even further! I bet it will look great AND they’ll just love it. xo

  2. This looks like a very welcoming, lived in family home with so many interesting little details. I’m sure the children would love their rooms!

    1. It looks so cozy and inviting. Lots of houses for sale can be too staged and sterile. Not this one! xo

  3. i absolutely love how homey this apartment feels! it looks so full of life, just from the photos. i cant imagine how lovely it must be in real life to be a visitor, a guest of the family for the weekend.

    1. I bet being a weekend guest would come with delicious breakfast and tons of sunlight and lots of laughter. Oh, I can almost feel it! xo

    1. Thank you! I found it right after I posted the one in Saint-Germain last week and knew I had to share it. xo

  4. I love every inch of it! I have to confess that I’ve spent a bit of time (longer than I should have) studying each image as our home has similar features and I’m trying to figure out how I can create a similar – not carbon copy – look. (Need to pin for future reference.) I’ve also spent a bit of time catching up on things around here. I’m always worried that something catastrophic is going to happen when I’m gone for any length of time. (Gosh, I’m such a doomsdayer. ;) Seriously though, I’ve missed this space and (as always) it feels good to spend some time here. ps~I’m coveting an ocean print over our bed.

    1. I would completely understand the need to carbon copy this home. And while you’re at it, can you jot down some tips for me, too? Because I am smitten! Don’t feel bad about not hanging around! If you aren’t on your own blog, there’s no need you should be keeping up with mine. I promise, anything catastrophic or awesome would make its way to you via email or twitter. Promise!! xo

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