Paris is such a romantic city that it’s no wonder there are plenty of restaurants taking full advantage of the incredible views. Designer Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance was at the helm of the Ciel de Paris’ design, and the outcome is incredible.
Looking somewhat retro yet futuristic, the end result is almost timeless. The finishes are simple and neutral with pops of goldenrod showing through in lighting and textiles, and it goes without saying that the views of the Eiffel Tower are spectacular.
The mirrored ceiling lighting is unforgettable, with gorgeous amber glowing halos that are mimicked in the carpet’s design also. The circular shapes seem to carry on through other elements on the walls, in the table bases and slightly in the body hugging seating within the dining area.
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