More hotel design ogling - Hotel Providence Paris

I feel like it’s time for another hotel post, it’s been what, a month since I’ve casually mentioned one? And you know, ages since I’ve dedicated a whole, entire post to one!  It’s definitely time.

So I’ve been drooling over the decadent interiors of Hotel Providence recently. It's located in Paris, more specifically, if you're after specifics, it's in the 10th Arrondissement.

It’s another boutique style hotel (surprise surprise) with just 18 rooms. Dark, moody and sexy. I'm really inspired by the bold use of patterned wallpapers combined with the dark, luscious paint on the walls. The overall look is both opulent and yet elegant. It's quite eclectic actually and I guess a look and feel that is perfect for a Parisian hotel! Check out the gallery below.

I particularly adore the glass partition housing the bathroom in this room. Perhaps not very soundproof, but it looks great!

It's obvious that a combination of attention to detail and great taste has resulted in this beautiful design. The brains behind the look are Elodie Moussie and Sophie Richard. They've cleverly combined great vintage finds with designer finishes and it really works so well.

Each room has a distinct look, but the overall scheme is cohesive. Not only this, but apparently each room has its own custom made mini – bar. Check out the image below! Have you ever seen so fancy a mini bar?

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Also, take a gander at the contrast of these fixtures against the wallpaper. It is just a wonderful combination. It's details like this which can really make a difference to the overall look of a room.

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So if you're looking to visit the beautiful city of Paris any time soon, no need to worry about looking for accommodation - I've done the work for you. Definitely check it out and let me know how it was!