If there's one word that can best describe this one-bedroom Paris long-term rental in Beau Charles, it's comfortable. The blue-and-gold color scheme in the living room, paired with the plush felt textiles, makes it feel like a home with character, but still a comfy home at that. Not to mention a bright one as well, what with the elongated terrace with glass-paned double doors. In the morning, you can simply open the doors and let the sweet Parisian breeze and birds chirping be your ambiance for a nice cup of coffee. That'd be a great way to wake up up every day, no?
What if you're a well-off student at a fashion school in Paris? Or an artist working on your next exhibit. Wouldn't you want to live in a spacious home where you can work? Of course you would! And that's why the perfect home for you can be this simple, minimalist one-bedroom apartment in Turenne. With a living room as simple, spacious, and bare as this one, you can practically convert it into your own little studio whenever you want to work. Though don't think this Paris long-term rental is an incomplete home. Despite its minimalism, it still has everything you need in a home, be it a sleek kitchen or a nice bathroom.
A loft in Paris ain't half bad, right? Most especially when it's located in th beautiful Le Marais district. Just look at this gorgeous one-bedroom Paris long-term rental in Morland. When the sunlight from the terrace hit inside, the entire place practically glistens. The various stainless steel features offer a modern touch, most especially that spiral staircase that goes up to the elevated "bedroom." Dining areas come by way of a small glass circular table as well as a bar-like space by the hallway. With all of that, it's clear this home calls for a more youthful resident.
Imagine cooking your next meal and seeing Paris right in front of you. That's exactly what would happen if you choose this two-bedroom apartment in Rue Beaubourg II. The kitchen isn't just equipped with the current appliances and tools you need to make all sorts of French dishes and seasonal treats, but it's also lighted up by windows where the sunshine comes in. Add to that the wide terrace that spans most of the living room. You'll practically don't need to turn on any light during the day. Think of how low your living costs here will be!
If it's space you're after, look no further than this gorgeous two-bedroom Paris long-term rental in Rue de Bretagne II. The living room alone allows you to host a party, one where guests can remain comfortalbe and feel too tight and claustrophobic in. The minimalist look allows you to have ample space, though this doesn't make it a boring-looking home at the same time. If you really want your eyes to pop, check out the mint-painted bathroom. The pastel color all over the room make it look more like a 1950s ice cream parlor than a bathroom.
At first glance, you'd probably think this two-bedroom loft in Place de Voyages in Le Marais was a start-up office. That or a Parisian co-working space where start-up companies actually meet up and work in. The vast space, conference-like dining area, an elegant sofa set that looks straight out of an office lobby screams office all the way. And this is why this is perfect for a workaholic looking for some corporate housing in the French capital. Yes, it's a loft, but it's one that obviously looks perfect for an executive to bring his/her work home with him/her, complete with a few subordinates for late-night meetings!
Color—that's what this beautiful three-bedroom Paris long-term rental in Charlemagne has a lot of. When you first go inside, you'd immediately notice the muted cobalt blue sofa set in the living room, ready to provide you maximum comfort. The bathrooms have a painterly dark teal hue, helping you keep relaxed while you do your business there. And the bedrooms? Choose any from one that follows a soft dark lilac and pink motif or one with indigo and teal. Your life would definitely be filled with color whilst living here, literally. On top of that, the place is near some excellent restaurants, many of which are perfect for a business lunch.
Classic sophistication will never go out of style. That goes with French interior decorating as it does French fashion. Just take a look at this elegant three-bedroom apartment in Francs Bourgeois. Combining some old-school touches by way of candlelight wall fixtures and chandeliers, polished parquet flooring, and taffeta and chiffon curtains, it has traditional elegance down pat. In a way, it almost looks like a set of a period film, with a few electrical appliances to remind you of what era it is. Surrounded by a whole collection of sweet boulangeries, delicious crêperies, and warm cafés, its prime location in the heart of Le Marais is also a huge plus!
Le Marais is one of those districts that practically define the Parisian lifestyle. Mixing the old and the new, the classic and the contemporary, the elegant and the novel, living here would be quite the experience you would never forget!