Friday, October 28, 2016

Homage to Christian Dior



Today I'm bringing you to a beautiful place we stayed in Paris last year. 
In a wonderful old Parisian Gothic house, this exceptional guest room with a view of the Eiffel Tower and a lovely private garden.
Here are a few photos to show you around - it was Autumn and the leaves were starting to turn golden

The guest room was beautiful, decorated in a soft pale grey, black and accents of deep red. A bowl of fruit was waiting for us on the desk and macarons on the bedside table, if we were hungry 

All around the room were wonderful old black and white pictures of Mr Christian Dior which I found fascinating
 Loved looking out the window and seeing all the gorgeous golden  leaves
 You can just make out the top of the Eiffel tower through the trees
Lastly the twinkly tower by night ... it was special lying in bed and looking out at the lights

It was hard to pack up when it was time to leave and certainly a very memorable place to stay in Paris
Enjoy your weekend dear friends
hugs
Carolyn
 

34 comments:

  1. What a charming room to stay in, with a balcony and view of the Eiffel Tower.

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  2. How beautiful and romantic, Carolyn! I would never want to leave, either! xx Karen

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  3. What a delightful place to have stayed whilst in Paris - gorgeous.

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  4. This is a gorgeous room to stay! Thanks for sharing these marvellous place
    HUgs Alessandra

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  5. Dear Carolyn,
    hello, I´m back to blogging after a wonderful week with Mathilde:-), Your tour to Paris, in that exceptional hotel have been a true luxury tour. How beautiful it looks,all, there, and the old photos of C.Dior are wonderful. I hope your spring is lovely, and wishes you a wonderful weekend. Hugs, from Dorthe

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  6. What a lovely place, dearest Carolyn,
    thank you for sharing!
    Happy weekend to you, just had my last long working day, now I need the sofa to relax :O)
    Much Love and hugs, my dearest friend,
    Claudia xo

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  7. This is really a good place surrounded with beautiful autumn leaves. Happy Halloween.

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  8. Happy weekend Carolyn love from me Ria x

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  9. Lovely! I wouldn't have thought to use those colors, but they work perfectly.
    The old buildings sure add to the history of a city.

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  10. Very beautiful dear!Have a great weekend! xx

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  11. Hola dear Carolyn !! Realmente encantador ese homenaje a Cristian Dior

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  12. Oh what a lovely place.
    Thank you for sharing your photo's.

    Enjoy your weekend

    All the best Jan

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  13. What a charming Gothic house and the room is beautifully decorated in the plain grey color!Yes, the black and red color is great accents. I love that atmosphere very much, Carolyn. Happy weekend to you!

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  14. Hi Carolyn, Lovely place to stay on a holiday in Paris. The room looks to be so comfortable and I love the soft grey tones with the pop of red. The wall art is amazing. Such a special sight right out the window too. You captured some wonderful photos. Thank you for sharing my friend and wishing you a nice weekend.
    Blessings and Hugs!

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  15. These French balconies are always so very pretty!

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  16. Your hotel was very nice, Carolyn. What a sight to look out your window and see the twinkling Eiffel Tower at night. Love those black and white photos on the wall. Black and white photos are the most beautiful to me. You have so many special memories of your visit to Paris, Carolyn.

    ~Sheri

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  17. What a beautiful place to have stayed in. The architecture from the outside is charming, the décor so elegant. With the little touches to make you feel special no wonder your stay in such a beautiful location in Paris was much enjoyed. Wishing you a lovely weekend Carolyn and a good week ahead.

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  18. Dear Carolyn,
    First, I sent you an email.. The booties arrived yesterday and are simply precious! I would like to share them on my blog soon.
    Thank you from the bottom of my heart.. Your kindness has touched my heart.
    What a beautiful place to stay.. I have never been to Paris, but I truly enjoy viewing all the photos. I have always been fascinated by architecture. Thank you so much for sharing.
    Love and blessings,
    Penny

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  19. Carolyn .. this is such a beautiful place. I can't wait until we can go back! Happy Sunday:) xo

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  20. Wow, love that place. Lucky you
    Hugs from here

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  21. Paris is wonderful, love your
    photos.
    And a happy week to you
    Hugs/AM

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  22. Dear Carolyn!
    What a dreamy stay in Paris ....I don't know this house of Dior so it was a great joy to see your beautiful photos.
    I wish you a happy week!
    With love,
    Geli

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  23. So charming! Happy Tuesday ♥

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  24. It looks so luxurious I would love to stay there. Thanks so much for sharing your photographs. x

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  25. Dearest Carolyn,
    what a beautiful, beautiful post so rich in charm, I've never seen so much Beauty all at once !

    Hope your week is off to a good start
    I'm wishing you a most wonderful month of November
    with much love

    Xx Dany

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  26. Such lovely place to stay when you are in Paris!
    So chic and refined!
    xxx
    S
    http://s-fashion-avenue.blogspot.it/

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  27. Hello dear Carolyn,
    Thank you so much for your most welcome visit. I am so happy you enjoyed Piff. Oh yes, I love to watch penguins too.
    Love and blessings,
    Penny

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  28. What a lovely post, Carolyn. Autumn in Paris. . .what could be more romantic? Thank you for visiting my blog and taking the time to leave nice words behind. I noticed the photo of a heart made with buttons at the top of your blog page. Delightful! Enjoy your day. Hugs, Nancy

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  29. Carolyn:
    I've been thinking about you...are you, your family and home all right? The tsunami photos are heart-breaking and I hope you were nowhere near.
    Hugs, Barbara

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