ISSUE 14  |  Parisian Color

Hotels & Lodging: Baudon de Mauny in Montpelier, France

April 08, 2011 10:31 AM

BY Sarah Lonsdale

Located in the ancient Ecusson quarter of Montpelier, the Hotel Baudon de Mauny has been family owned for seven generations. The current heirs renovated the building, keeping all of the classic 18th-century features intact, and created a five-room hotel. Soaring high ceilings, original polished flagstone floors, and decorative molding provide a backdrop for the mix of period furniture and contemporary pieces. For more information, go to Hotel Baudon de Mauny.

Above: Two Bertola Diamond Lounge Chairs with a side table with a Philippe Starck Miss K Table Lamp.

Above L: A peacock lampshade in one of the suites. Above R: A family portrait hangs above a Saarinen table.

Above: An Eames rocker stands in contrast with the original flagstone floor.

Above: Mirrored bedside tables and glossy black lampshades add a glimmer to the otherwise restrained decor.

Above: A vintage chair painted silver.

Above: Peacock feathers are a recurring motif throughout the interior.

Above: A moss green wall in one of the bedroom suites.

Above: A mix of black and white design elements.