One of AD100‘s best interior designers, Jean-Louis Deniot, owns a blissful and historic getaway abode. When the weather is bad in Paris, the designer simply decides to change countries, leaving the cold Paris behind in direction of sunny Los Angeles. Having interior design projects all over the world, it’s only logical that the designer’s need to work around the globe leads to him having a few jaw-dropping homes. Today Inspiration and Ideas wants you to meet his LA Abode, a place that enhances a complete summery vibe.
“When the weather is nasty in Paris I jump on a plane and come to beautiful La La Land,” he says with a boyish grin, adding, “The light in Los Angeles is the most beautiful in the world.”
Jean-Louis Deniot‘s 1930s residence immediately seduced him throughout its fairy-tale quality. The 2,800-square-foot home’s Tudor-Esque exteriors coupled with its Spanish-style interiors were likely the creation of a set designer or someone working for the Hollywood studios of the era.
Everything in LA is absolutely massive, the houses are as big as possible and everyone wants to have absolute mansions, but for Jean-Louis Deniot it was different, he wanted a modest house but large gardens.