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November 6, 2018
What A Perfect Pied-À-Terre Design It’s Supposed To Look Like
What A Perfect Pied-À-Terre Design  It’s Supposed To Look Like

What A Perfect Pied-À-Terre Design It’s Supposed To Look Like – For those who never heard about this design concept, a Pied-à-Terre is a small house or flat, which you own or rent but only use it on a special occasion. I could spend the time trying to explain to you what this concept is all about, however I think is better if  I show you some incredible examples of this style of houses!

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Pied-à-Terre design is a concept that is commonly related to the luxury lifestyle where is quite regular the existence of a second or third home for spending the weekends or holidays.  The Pied-à-Terre is more popular in the big and exclusive cities, like New York, Paris or London, the three major Urban Centers are, since they are popular for their luxury lifestyle and expensive cost of living.

What A Perfect Pied-À-Terre Design It’s Supposed To Look LikeThe super-rich elite has two different destinations in mind when they are thinking about taking a few days to relax: some of them love the incredible lofts on the rooftops of popular urban cities, the others prefer to have amazing mansions in the countryside or near the ocean. If you are one of those persons who love the madness of the city and wants to buy or rent a smaller but luxurious house on the rich part of the city, here are some ideas of how you can transform this blend apartment into your incredible second home. Here are some incredible examples:

What A Perfect Pied-À-Terre Design It’s Supposed To Look LikeThe incredible opera singer, Luciano Pavarotti was the owner of this incredible Pied-à-Terre. When he wasn’t in Italy, the late opera icon  Pavarotti loved to relax in New York in the iconic luxury apartment.

Believe it or not, this was Tom Cruise former Pied-à-Terre in London. The famous superstar wanted a small but luxurious place in London to enjoy the craziness of the British Capital and this amazing loft serve that purpose for a while, namely during the filming process of “The Mummy” movie.

The interior decoration of these luxury houses is usually created by renowned interior designers. For example, these were designed by the illustrious Juan Montoya and Suzanne Lovell. The time has come for you to get inspired… Are you ready?


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LIVING ROOM

The amazing Imperfectio Sofas just shines in this incredible Pied-à-Terre near the coast! What A Perfect Pied-À-Terre Design It’s Supposed To Look Like

DINING ROOMWhat A Perfect Pied-À-Terre Design It’s Supposed To Look Like

At your luxury Pied-à-Terre, you’ll need to entertain some guests and host amazing dinner parties that’s why the interior design of your luxury home must be incredible!  Based on the luxurious black color scheme, that never goes out of style, this incredible Dining Room inspiration was created by Luxxu!

What A Perfect Pied-À-Terre Design It’s Supposed To Look Like

OFFICEWhat A Perfect Pied-À-Terre Design It’s Supposed To Look LikeWhat do you think about this amazing office decor created by Brabbu and PullCast (the two brands of the Covet Group)?

HALLWhat A Perfect Pied-À-Terre Design It’s Supposed To Look Like

BATHROOMWhat A Perfect Pied-À-Terre Design It’s Supposed To Look LikeAny successful Pied-à-Terre has to have an incredible luxury bathroom. Who better than the European Luxury Brand, Maison Valentina, to provide you with the best bathroom design with the best luxury bathware, like the incredible Symphony Washbasin!

 

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