Jean-Paul Beaujard’s Napoleonic New York City Apartment
See how world-class designer Jean-Paul Beaujard brings the pristine elegance of 19th century France to his Lexington Avenue New York City apartment. Featured recently in Architectural Digest, Jean-Paul’s apartment is both masculine and majestic as it brings Parisian style to New York. As French antique fanatics, we couldn’t help but notice the treasure trove of antiques that are delicately woven into this sophisticated design.
The fireplace mantle features a marble bust and blue glass lamps c. 1880s.
The French-door style windows shed light on a beautiful wooden sofa with green velvet and a gilt finish.
The 18th century English bookcase and the minton garden stools make for a stunning salon.
Read and see more about Jean-Paul’s apartment in the article written by Judith Thurman and produced by Robert Rufino at ArchitecturalDigest.com.
Photography by Miguel Flores-Vianna via AD.