Anne McNally's Gloriously Glamorous Paris Apartment

Architectural Digest

Sometimes, you just are in the mood for something sweet. It's the same with design — now and then, you just want to revel in photos of an interior that is the visual equivalent of "delicious". This ultra-unique, somewhat giddily glam Paris apartment fits that bill perfectly for me.

I know, how can you go too far wrong in this glorious space - right? According to the article in Architectural Digest, the aprtment is in a building from the 1600's. It has interiors from the 18th century and, yes, naturally, it is in Paris of all places. But, even though the location and architecture are special, this is simply a beautiful collection of pieces - a feast of color, art, pattern and flowers that would create a similarly lovely and quirky home anywhere, no matter the pedigree of the four walls that enclose them.

Unforgettable details:
• the Dali lithograph of the horse
• those orangey red drapes!
• the combo of pale mint green walls, hot pink pillows and an antique OPIUM BED as a cocktail table

Check out the full slideshow: Architectural Digest

Images: William Waldron/Architectural Digest