One room wallpapered to resemble a Technicolor forest canopy, another ornamented with saucily suggestive blown-glass, yet another featuring hats for lampshades and a transparent glass wall into the marble bathroom – every nook of Hotel Particulier Montmartre in Paris contains a gorgeous visual surprise.
The garden – an unexpected delight in the midst of bustly Montmartre – is as much as work of art as the rest of the hotel. Landscaper Louis Bénech (who also created the Jardin des Tuileries) has woven the serene and leafy space with shady nooks and a tinkling fountain.
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