French-Inspired Interior Design by Ann McGovern
Ann McGovern , Fashion Executive, shows off her pied – à – terre in Paris, France.
After moving to Paris, English designer Ann McGovern created a home for herself with a real French flavor.
The living room window overlooks the beautiful Montholon Square.
The decor embraces components of French classicism such as this Louis XV desk.
Vintage crystal chandelier and Venetian mirror of the XIX century purchased at local flea markets .
On the writing table of the XIX century – Photo grandmother Ann .
Vintage portrait hanging on the wall , purchased at a Paris flea market Porte de Vanves.
Sofa in the style of Louis XVI purchased at a Paris flea market Porte de Vanves.
In the Kitchen ,Anne decided to retain the original terra cotta tiles on the floor .
White lacquered kitchen cupboards , shelves , lighting , IKEA. Stove , Whirlpool.
On the shelves – a collection of ceramics , Astier de Villatte and Celtic Weave China.
Part of vintage decanters on the top shelf belonged to the grandmother Ann .
The view from the hallway to the master bedroom .
In the foreground – a collection of umbrellas Jean-Paul Gaultier. Wallpapers , adorn the walls of bedrooms , Romo.
The chair in the style of Louis XVI – of the headset , purchased at a Paris flea market Porte de Vanves. Nightlight , Laura Ashley. Linens , Liberty of London. Grey silk cushions Zara Home collections . It bedspread on the bed bought in the Blanc d’Ivoire.
Detail of the bathroom . Sinks , Lapeyre. Mirrors acquired in a Paris department store BHV, faucets and fixtures – in a New York store Restoration Hardware. Tile on the walls , Raboni, similar to those used in the Paris Metro .