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A Pastel-Hued Parisian Hotel is Our Newest Design Destination

The headboards should have been a dead giveaway: At the new Hotel Bienvenue in Paris, the asymmetrical, velvet-trimmed, tone-on-tone headboards — mixed with statement-y, wall-hung iron sconces — are the focal point in each room, just as they are in another Parisian boutique hotel we recently featured, the Hotel Panache. Turns out they are owned by the same young hotelier, Adrian Gloaguen, but designed by two different, equally amazing female talents. While Panache is the work of up-and-coming designer Dorothée Meilichzon, Bienvenue is the work of Chloé Nègre, a former protegée of India Mahdavi. For Bienvenue’s two, courtyard-separated buildings, Nègre devised a clever aesthetic code: Called Town and Countryside, the Town rooms are each done in sophisticated gradients of the same pastel hues (nude pink, light blue, sage green, while the Countryside rooms have more rustic details like floral wallpaper and beadboard. Now to just start planning our Parisian getaway…

PHOTOS BY HERVE GOLUZA

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