Gabrielle Chanel’s Apartment on the 31 Rue Cambon was just restored with sumptuous design.
Famed designer Coco Chanel is credited with liberating women from the confines of corset fashion in the 20th century. It is fascinating to get a glimpse into the space that inspired her. Chanel spent most of her life in the French capital. Located on the street just a few steps from Place Vendôme is 31 Rue Cambon, Gabrielle’s apartment.
On the ground floor of the building, Chanel designed and built her first fashion store, and the top floor is her apartment. Not only famous for its long history but apartment 31 Rue Cambon is also filled with luxury and splendor by lavish interior style and architectural design symbolizing the embodiment of Chanel.
The apartment is designed and decorated in a luxurious way with bold oriental architecture. The apartment is beautiful in every detail, from the sharp, classic copper-encrusted table to the exquisite camellia-shaped glass chandelier, as a highlight for the room. The large suede sofa with sandy yellow color like on the beach in France looks extremely simple but exudes elegance and classicism. Especially admirable is the long-standing wooden bookcase, which still holds it artistic value that has been carved and existed for many years. It can be said that each interior product is an exquisite masterpiece, with deep artistic value that blends to form the whole apartment into an extremely cozy, elegant, and truly luxurious space.
Restored by French interior designer Jacques Grange, the apartment exudes an inherited style with works from ancient Greece, Egypt, China, and Italy. According to WWD. “The apartment, where that girl’s presence still lingers, continues to be an endless source of inspiration for Chanel’s creative world, be it fashion, perfume, beauty, watchmaking, or jewelry,” said the apartment renovation investor.