Happy Tablescape Thursday From Another Beautiful Paris Perfect Apartment!
(The Four Seasons George Sans Hotel Courtyard)
The above image of the Four Seasons Paris Hotel courtyard was the inspiration behind this tablescape setting. I love all the manicured evergreens surrounding the crisp white table linens and aged urns.
(Above photo from parisperfect.com)
This is a photo of the apartment's dining room as pictured on the Paris Perfect website.
The Richebourg Apartment is located on the famous Avenue de la Bourdonnais in the 7th Arrondissement across from the Parc du Champs de Mars. The 3 bedroom, 2 1/2 bathroom luxe apartment is beautifully decorated and well appointed with everything you need for the perfect Parisian stay. For more details on reserving this or any of Paris Perfect's beautiful apartments, visit parisperfect.com.
Rich evergreen topiaries can be seen throughout the city in front of storefronts,apartment entryways and on beautifully adorned wrought iron balconies in the 7th district.
I purchased the 2 large boxwood toparies I put on the built in sideboard from a floral shop at the Rue de Cler market which is only a couple of blocks away from the apartment. The table cloth and napkins were purchased from a nearby linen boutique.
The large candelabras and rest of the tableware ( stemware,dinner and flatware) are all included with the apartment.
I really like this angle with the window in the back drop. I thought it captured my vision of the Four Seasons courtyard.
The miniature topiaries were from another floral shop located directly across the Cafe Constant, owned by a Michelin star chef, Christian Constant.
I found the apple green candles from a gift shop located on the Rue de Grenelle.
We are really going to miss staying in this apartment when we return home.
And of course, the final aerial shot. Thank you for stopping by and visiting my contribution to Tablescape Thursday. For more unique and creative table settings, click on the tablescape thursday logo below, or visit Susan's Between Naps On The Porch blog.
Au revoir from Paris!