photographs by Brittany Ambridge produced by Michelle Adams
Architect-designer Michele Bönan’s first Paris hotel infuses his signature style with a touch of je ne sais quoi.
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setting the scene The recently opened Marquis
Faubourg Saint-Honoré, consisting of 15 luxury
suites, is housed in a historic 1730 mansion that once
belonged to the Marquis de Lafayette. color story Keeping a consistent palette from room
to room—such as Bönan’s combination of
deep-toned walls and ivory-colored
furnishings—helps a compact home feel larger. old meets new While infusing the structure with
traditional luxuries, including Carrara marble
bathrooms and Louis XVI mantels, the iconoclastic
Bönan also introduced such playful modern touches
as chartreuse satin draperies and sleek,
midcentury-inspired lamps. let the accents do the talking When paired with
neutral wall tones and natural wood flooring,
decorative elements such as books, pillows, and art
make a powerful statement.
To find out more about the Marquis Faubourg
Saint-Honoré, visit marquisfaubourgsainthonore.com.
In white enamel and polished chrome, this adjustable lamp feels modern yet inviting.