This Effortlessly Cool 260-Square-Foot Paris Studio Rents for 900 Euros a Month

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Parisian apartment decorated with various vintage finds.

Nicolas Lecoeur has been renting this Paris studio apartment for two years: This is a typical Parisian apartment, of the Haussmann type, with moldings and Hungarian point-parquet flooring, located in the historic district of Montmartre.

This library serves as a link between the living room and the kitchen with crockery and decorative objects.

This is a studio that I have occupied for two years, for my interior design studies.

When I acquired it, it was empty. There was only the kitchen separated from the rest of the apartment by a bar; since then the bar has been removed to allow for more space and easier circulation.

One of my favorite objects is a large mirror bought second hand.

Most of the furniture was found in flea markets or at antique dealers. The history of objects is important to me. I think it brings a unique side to an interior.

The entrance decorated with a curtain to hide the dressing.

I am 23 years old, and I have been studying interior architecture for five years. My interior is a playground for me; I like to change objects and acquire new ones. I work from the heart — each object has a story and that’s what is beautiful.

Describe your home’s style in 5 words or fewer: Eclectic, Parisian, pure, personal.

What is your favorite room and why? My favorite room is undoubtedly the living room; it is very bright and comfortable, and you can see the Sacré-Coeur there.

What’s the last thing you bought (or found!) for your home? The last purchase I made for my apartment was the COMPONIBILI BIO furniture from Kartell by designer Anna Castelli Ferrieri — an icon of the ’60s.

Any advice for creating a home you love? Be yourself and work from the heart, and your interior will look like you.

This submission’s responses and photos were edited for length/size and clarity.
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