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Christian Liaigre, design. His new home in Paris. Superb style.

The Grand Minimalist

Liaigre’s new home on the Rue de Verneuil on the Left Bank in Paris. The soaring duplex is in an hôtel particulier.

Christian Liaigre Buddakan - New York,  Busaba Eathai - London, Hotel Montalembert -Paris, La Société - Paris Le Sereno, Saint Barthélemy,The Mercer - New York, Yauatcha - London

Liaigre is driven by an endless quest to create perfection that's not only visible but sensitive.

CHRISTIAN LIAIGRE: a minimalist with a big love for 18th century design. Photo by Eric Morin for The Wall Street Journal.

…check out CL’s dressing room…marble side table by Sophie Lafont; and lovely antique marble Buddha from China… see more of Christian Liaigre’s left bank duplex here


Liaigre is driven by an endless quest to create perfection that's not only visible but sensitive.

nosing on the stairs not the railing

Jean Louis Deniot stair railing, like the dark stair riser and the two tone rail.

Painted stairs to look like tile.

Mediterranean tiled staircase by Tim Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design Great idea for basement stairs

Elegant and Exquisite Interiors by Sherrill Canet ~ Interiors and Design Less Ordinary

Sherrill Canet - entrances/foyers - spiral staircase, winding staircase, iron baluster, Grand luxurious entry foyer design with curved staircase,

christian liaigre

Christian Liaigre’s Left Bank Paris Duplex Known for modern minimalist interiors, Liaigre seamlessly blended a classic black and white .

different kilim rugs on stairs

I need runners for our stairs to replace beige carpet. Old carpet scraps as a stair runner, what a brilliant idea and so quirky. Would be a great thing to do with old Moroccan rugs.


Love the runner and the foyer antiques. Southwestern/Spanish style with mid century decor // vogue // Amanda Peet's house

thefullerview, a tapestry of classic beauty

The white ceilings of this entry way make it look even taller. using light brown as an added neutral color keeps the entry way bright.