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Despite the endless number of guides on how to dress “Like a French Girl”, at EROS+VESTA we are more interested in the effortlessly chic way that the French decorate their homes. They’ve got it down to a science: one part casual, one part vintage and one part monarchy-style elegance. Trust me I’m French! Let me introduce you to our Paris Museums Collection and add a layer of history and character to your interior.

Paris Musées

The Socialite Family 

In January 2020, Paris Musées, a public institution incorporating the city’s 14 museums uploaded 321,178 works of art. More than 150,000 of these images are under the CC0 licence and can be downloaded in glorious 300 DPI high definition. Although numerous artworks can be viewed, they aren’t all available in high definition, but don’t worry I’ve done the work for you.

The Paris Museums Collection

Nymphes by Jacques-Antoine Vallin & Hugues Taraval, 18th Century (Est.1730-1831) from Le Petit Palais, Musée des Beaux-arts de la Ville de Paris, France. Paris Museums is an exclusive collection curated from 14 Parisian museums to invite culture and elegance to be a part of your interior.

For days and days I dived into the vast world of Paris Musées, rediscovering wonders of past beauty and despite the virtual concept of the tour it evoked an emotional and intellectual response. Piece after piece I started envisioning the collection as it stands today: Paris Museums has become our vintage signature curated collection, aiming to bring culture and elegance to any interior.

L’Art de Vivre

Croquis de mains by Diaz de la Pena, Narcisse, 19th Century from Le Petit Palais Musée des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris, France. Paris Museums is an exclusive collection curated from 14 Parisian museums to invite culture and elegance to be a part of your interior.
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The French Art de Vivre (art of living) is strongly connected to the cultural industry. I understand that it may be viewed as an abstract concept, but for me it just makes sense (I guess it must be somewhere in my DNA). The French penchant for fine living has touched every aspect of human pleasure and luxury, whether it be gastronomy, fashion, sport, leisure, conversation or art! My husband likes to say that I have my own way of finding depth in even the lightest of subjects…pardon my French! When it comes to interiors the number one rule is: don’t try too hard! The French adopt the same laissez-faire attitude towards interiors as they do with their style. My advice: keep it simple, mix timeless pieces with trendier ones and allow memories and treasures collected from travels to give character to your space rather than sticking to any one particular interior style.

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