21 July 2010

Darling French Apartment for Rent

 

We usually spend a month each summer in South Padre Island.  No, it’s not fancy – at all, it’s totally laid-back and we have lots of fun with good friends from college.  I’ve been going to South Padre for most of my life and haven’t missed many summers there.  I think Ben and I have missed only two or three summers that I can remember, due to weather usually.  But this summer with my daughter getting ready to leave for college, we thought we should stay closer to home.    So, here we are in Galveston Texas, with all the beautiful old Live Oak trees cut down from Hurricane Ike.  It looks like a different island now – so bare!   At least we were able to rent a really beautiful condo in a brand new building that we got for a steal.  I keep waiting for them to tell me they quoted us the wrong price.  Shhh!   The brand new condo is actually nicer than my house with limestone floors, granite kitchens and bathrooms and frameless shower stalls – luxuries I am not used to!    Being just 50 miles from Houston, Ben can commute to and from work with ease and Elisabeth has been bringing friends down.   But, the beaches are really quiet here and it’s just not “home” like South Padre is.    It’s hotter here than there for some reason, even the water is much warmer than SPI which can be cold sometimes!    It’s been really relaxing and peaceful and I’m trying to catch up on all my old emails.    Which leads me to my point.    While I’m in Galveston – trying to pretend it’s South Padre where I pretend it’s the South of France, I get this email from a reader about a rental apartment in Paris.  Oh My God!  Why do people want to torment me?   Just when I’m thinking how thankful I am to vacation on Galveston Island, I have to see THIS apartment in Paris??????  

 

 

image The Paris rental apartment is owned and was decorated by an interior designer.  Look how she dressed the santos in a cute burlap skirt.

 

The Paris apartment, located in an historic building in one of the better areas, the Place des Vosges, was totally redone this past year, decorated all in painted woods and creamy upholstery.  It looks like a showroom for Blanc d’Ivoire.  Of course it is owned by an interior decorator and it shows.   So many of the rentals in France are just not nearly this cute.   It’s been totally updated and even has a flat screen.   All I can think of is why am I in Galveston when I could be HERE???????

 

 

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The main living room features restored hardwood floors and a beamed ceiling.   There are two sitting areas along with a zinc topped dining table surrounded by painted French chairs.  Too cute!!!  Notice the child’s dining chair on the far right. 

 

 

 

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The main living area again with a painted antique daybed that faces the fireplace.    Besides a flat screen TV with satellite, there is wireless internet, a safe, and an ice machine.  The kitchen is through the opening in the center.

 

 

 

image Vignette across from the dining room table.  I love the old station clock.  You can really tell an interior designer owns this apartment, it’s styled within an inch of its life!

 

 

 

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The kitchen has been totally redone and has a charming window which overlooks an interior courtyard.   There is even a washing machine in this compact kitchen.  The master bedroom is through the door, and the second bedroom is reached through the master bedroom.  All these rooms surround an indoor courtyard. 

 

image The painted dresser in the kitchen holds all the plates and mugs.  

 

 

image One of the bathrooms which overlooks the courtyard has been designed with the same elements as the kitchen for visual cohesiveness.

 

 

image The master bedroom has a pretty antique iron bed.    I love the blue walls and embroidered bedding.  Cute lamps and a beautiful, huge mirror.

 

 

image The master bedroom and the second bedroom overlook an interior courtyard.  Notice that the shutters are actually just painted tin.

 

 

 

 

image This must be in the second bedroom – the flooring is different.   I love the plants in their burlap sacks.  The books and candlesticks are antique and this entire vignette is so romantic!!!

 

This Paris rental is on the second floor and has 2 bedrooms and bathrooms.  It is $2000/week during high season.  No pets and no smoking and small children not advised due to the antiques and light fabrics!!    To visit the web site, go HERE.      If you go, or if you have stayed here, please let me know how it was!!!!

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  1. Well shoot! I was in Paris in March for a week and stayed at the Hilton! If I would have known about this, I would have been there. This is fabulous!
    Penny

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  2. Oh me, Oh my! Here's what we can do....I'll drive down to Galveston in the AM, pick you up and we can board a flight to Paris later in the day. We can go halves on this beauty. Shhh....Don't tell.....It'll be our secret. :)

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  3. Absolutely stunning! And that price is amazing!

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  4. What a beauty - this is so you! Enjoy your holiday.

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  5. Would you stop already - I'm too overwhelmed with boxes at the moment to appreciate the fabulousness of this. Plus it makes me want to change the entire vibe of the house we're renting and I'm not sure the house (or the budget) will support this chic of a look. Enjoy Galveston!

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  6. It is hard to believe that this is a rental! It is gorgeous. I would never want to leave.
    xo, Sherry

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  7. I just read this interesting (NYT?) article which says that it is actually illegal to have weekly or monthly rentals in Paris. Owners are only allowed to rent their apts. out for at least 1 year. The authorities (all 5 of them) are starting to crack down.

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  8. Glad to hear you are relaxing with your feet up dear Joni, with Ben tending to your every vacation need! This apartment is quite something, a little gem. Erica Berman, an American living in Paris has a fab Company dealing in up-market Paris apartments. Her site is Haveninparis.com & well worth a peek/drool. Enjoy your time with Elisabeth.
    Millie ^_^

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  9. Painted tin shutters. Where can I get some? I have just the place. That tub is an optical illusion right? I'm not sure I could slip by to the turn on the hot water.

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  10. I love the sketch of the layout on the site.
    What a sweet "Papillion" in Paris!

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  11. Joni, I can't believe this is a rental! It is WONDERFUL! I'm so glad you found it. What a great place to vacation and dream. I'm thrilled for you that you found it and hope you are having a wonderful time there.

    XO,

    Sheila :-)

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  12. Seriously, we don't see homes like this on House Hunters International! I can't believe it, and after watching Julie and Julia last week, I'm ready to move in!

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  13. I actually would like to shop there!
    Hmmm...

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  14. Joni,
    Love that you posted this apartment. Makes me want to jump on a plane to Paris. But to be honest, this place is just a bit too decorated for my tastes. Another cute item and I want to scream!

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  15. I actually had to remind myself to breath....

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  16. My problem is I would be too busy taking photos of everything in there while I should be out exploring the beautiful city!! It really is stunning.

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  17. That apt is absolutely stunning! We stayed in a lovely apt in the
    7th last fall and I can't imagine ever staying in a hotel now.
    Thank you for sharing!
    xoxo, B

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  18. Before I could even read your words, I was studying those painted tin shutters. That and hoping I didn't go wrong with wood instead of zinc for my table! Wink!

    Be glad you're in Galveston, because if you were in Paris, you wouldn't be soaking up time with your daughter!

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  19. Oh Mon Deux! La apartment de Paris tres chic! Or however you say, OMG what a darling apartment. It is styled within an inch of it's life for sure. I would totally stay here! Have you ever thought of house swapping? Have a great time in Galvaston. Wait, why are you there, and not in Paris! Just kidding!

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  20. Wow! What more can be said? Thanks for the great post, one that will get added to my wishlist! xxj

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  21. I really see what you mean--Paris! In that location! Love at first sight.

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  22. Hi Joni!
    Great Apartment.....Beautiful in every way... I have so much respect for the people designer or not that even ATTEMPT a renovation in a Paris apt. They are mostly in buildings that are centuries old, are surrounded by other apartments, and they are odd shapes..I've even seen water heaters concealed on the bathroom ceilings!!!!The designers and the workers did a great job on this one. YOU should go and stay there for a week......:) Maryanne

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  23. eeks. horribly pretentious antique, overdone, catering to American dollars. Nothing and absolutely nothing to recommend it. Too much pretentious faux antique furniture with just too much mushy details.
    I repeat Eeks.

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  24. country french JudiJuly 22, 2010 at 11:07 AM

    I love it. I don't agree with wandering light. Ya know when you love to decorate its soo hard to stop buying. It's not a mish-mosh AND if it is strickly a rental why put in high end antiques that could get stolen! It's fabulous in my opinion and i would enjoy staying there.

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  25. Ooh la la...every image makes my heart skip a beat. I'll be in Paris in 2 weeks but only for 4 nights.
    Enjoy the rest of your summer with your sweet girl!
    Hugs~
    T

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  26. Whoa !! Sensory overload. But I wouldn't turn it down, tee hee. Apt/flat rentals in Paris are the way to go. I'm researching for my trip next summer. Thanks Joni - who knows I might be able to snag this one you posted. After that, who needs the flea markets. :=) Just kidding !!!!

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  27. Karen @ Garden, Home and Party

    Yes please! I'd love to stay there. I probably could be content just curling up with a good book in this beauty. Maybe next year. :-)

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  28. I'm just glad you didn't have to redecorate your summer rental to stay there! I am so happy you are not taking the month off of blogging!
    I would miss you terribly!
    Tina Ramer

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  29. I see what you mean about styling it to an inch of its life.
    It's a shame they used new stuff instead of the incredible antiques available in Paris but I guess they're catering to tourists.
    Love all the linen, ceiling and walls!

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  30. Yes, it's illegal for property owners in Paris to rent out for less than a year. Housing is hard to come by, and the authorities want to keep space open for the "French" rather than foreign "pied-a-terre" owners or others inhabiting properties part time and renting when they're away. The authorities have indicated they're going to step up prosecution.

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  31. I agree its very cluttered - wouldn't want to live here fulltime, but still its sooo much cuter than a bland hotel!!! plus i have seen so many apts for rent in Paris that were not cute. at least this is really decorated. and yes, this is 2000 euros, not dollars!!! so it's a little bit more.

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  32. Makes me want to get a girlfriend (and I think I choose the one who speaks fluent French!) and go.....Such a fab-fab place!! Speaking of wonderful, tell Galveston hello for me. You know, I may be the odd-man out, but I like seeing more of the palms as well as the gorgeous architecture once hidden by those oaks. Sad they're gone, but then again I see more! I'm going to email you something that's happening in Sept. there.

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  33. I would love to stay there...forget the hotel!

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  34. I love it but I'm afraid the husband wouldn't since it's very feminine looking…forget it he can stay home and baby-sit the dog…. lol. A little less little stuff and it would be perfect! Love all the light and linen and that to die for center courtyard, wish there was a picture of that, perfect place to enjoy your morning espresso! Enjoy your holiday in Galveston!

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  35. I'd love to spend a week there. Much more fun and interesting to be surrounded by all that decor instead of being in rental apartment furnished with someone's cast offs or a sterile hotel room.
    Deborah

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  36. Beautiful! The architectural detail are just incredible!

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  37. Oh my goodness, what a divine place to stay while visiting Paris. It's just too beautiful, I can't believe it's a rental. Thanks so much for sharing this special find.

    Take Care, Carrie { the vintage wren }

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  38. I can't believe the price, and would be a great place to stay. Lot's of good ideas here but way too decorated for me.

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  39. Joni, thanks for posting this. I would have missed it and would never have known about the bed. I credited you on my blog post about the bed.
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    Even if the apartment is cluttered and small, it is still wonderful! What a delight.

    Summer for Swede

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  40. beautiful! have fun in galveston....

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  41. That is such a cute apt in Paris.. but I would much rather be in SPI than there any day of the year! I'm in love with South padre Island! My parents from Canada winter there and I went down there this spring to visit them and that's when I fell in love with the place...

    Have a great week end!
    ~Rainey~

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  42. It's a little overdone for my tastes. Take out half of the accessories and I might be able to sleep there!

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  43. This place is so YOU, Joni. Very charming - enjoy your downtime at the beach. xx

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  44. What a beautiful apartment. I absolutely LOVE the decor. Will keep it in mind next time we are in Paris.
    Thank you very much for sharing.

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  45. I love it! I love the cluttered look and could/can live in it! Wish I were in France right now.

    Thanks for sharing,

    Nancy

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  46. Looks GREAT to moi!!! If only... le sigh!!!
    Hope all is well with YOU!!!
    ENJOY your weekend!
    Fifi

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  47. Wow, what an amazing apartment, such attention to detail. I love it! Thank you for sharing with us!

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  48. It's charming.. reminds me of a Paris version of the cottage in "The Holiday"- same happy feeling!

    Enjoy Galveston. Can not even imagine it without the big trees.

    joan

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  50. No Pets?? What are they thinking? Edward would be the most divine accessory for this place. His colouring is perfect.

    And I am crazy over that kitchen!!

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  51. Looks like a fun vacation spot to me! I'm linking to it from my weekend roundup. Thanks, Joni! :)

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  52. Mmm, I can smell the lavender. Lovely!

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  55. I needed this escape to Paris right now! Thank you for sharing the beautiful pictures.

    Hope you're having a nice relaxing time in Galveston! I sure appreciate your thoughtful notes while Vivian has been in the hospital.

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  56. Honestly, the old French-style interior design looks astonishing. I've seen several nice-looking room spaces but this one is most stylish apartments for rent! In Simpsonville, there are many apartments that has varying designs that will stimulate anyone's interest.

    Currently, some of my friends and other relatives are living in state of the art apartments for rent in Simpsonville, SC and since I'm near the area, I can easily visit their home and get in touch with them as often as I could.

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  59. Well I tried! I'm going to Paris for four nights mid October but they were booked for this period.

    I've had to go with a very inferior substitute, but plan on spending the difference in price on champagne and truffles instead.

    If I ever get the chance though, I'm so completely there...

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  60. Wow! The interior design is so dramatic! I will absolutely bring my wife here on our 5th anniversary. We have never tried renting one of these short term furnished apartments. NYC, for my knowledge have many hotel apartments as blissful as this one. Because I live here in New York, I know most of the reputable short term apartment rental. New York City is a tourist spot and I usually recommend my foreign friends to stay in a hotel apartment to save some digits.

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  62. Hi Joni, I'm dreaming of Paris and then on to Provence and then to my beloved Spain. Thanks for the inspiration. Mary

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