Light + Airy Paris Loft

• 17 December 2012

Tracey Ayton--one of the women I was delighted to meet at the recent workshop in France--happened to stay at a beautiful loft in Paris before coming down to the Dordogne to learn more about food styling and photography from Aran.  It's small and simply decorated, but there is a lot of style packed into that cozy space.  I love the mix of woods, whites, darks and tiny pops of red.

If you've never stayed in an apartment when you traveled, you should give it a try next time!  It's a wonderful way to dig into the local culture a bit more and almost always less expensive than staying at a hotel.  This is particularly true in Paris where a nice, clean hotel room is at least $200 a night.  Plus, staying in an apartment gets you that much closer to the delicious pastisseries and boulangeries.  And what's not to love about that?

You can find great spaces on vrbo (also where we list La Maisonnette du Coteau in Beynac) and on airbnb.  This particular apartment can be found here, on the airbnb UK site.

all image by Tracey Ayton, a talented, Vancouver, B.C.-based photographer


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