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4 Paris-Inspired Rooms from Instagram

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When we think about Paris, the first thing that comes to mind would be the majestic Eiffel Tower. However, aside from this landmark, there's a lot to love in the most romantic city in the world. People rave about the fashion, the food, the vibe, and of course, the interiors.

If you're like me who dreams of walking the streets of Paris one day, you can start your journey by decorating your bedroom with touches that remind you of the famous city. Choose chic decor pieces, dainty wallpaper, and other must-haves that add a sweet and romantic feel to your space. Take inspiration from these rooms collated from Instagram: 

Main photo from: Private Homes

White walls and intricate details

 

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Many Paris apartments are open and spacious that seem to welcome daylight into the home. You can also paint your walls white and add accent pieces to make the room interesting. Consider adding elegant cornices to add a special touch to your space. 

Vintage pieces

 


Take your thrift shopping to the next level by looking for vintage pieces that you can update. This mirror has an old world charm that you can repaint or revarnish. Complete the look with small trinkets and tabletop decor that you can score from Dapitan and other secondhand shops.

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Captivating chandelier

Got budget to spare? Visit different stores and look for a chandelier that can serve as a focal point in your room. There are different options found in different stores so make sure you list down different prices so you can compare before you buy. If you choose to add a chandelier to your space, you can limit the number of additional decor pieces as this lighting fixture is enough to give your space a Parisian boost.

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Chic accessories


To complete your home, fill your space with chic accessories, decorative clocks, or even antique jewelry. If you have a dresser in your room, you can start decorating it first and work from there. 

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