Having a preferred spot on ELLE Décor and AD100 list of best designer, Parisian designer Jean Louis Deniot. Furthermore, his projects are represented on the most important design magazines pages, such as Elle Décor, Vogue, House Beautiful, House & Garden, and Architectural Digest. The magazines celebrating his genius as one of the best designers into the world. Wherefore, read more and get inspired by his contemporary interior design projects!

Miami Beach Penthouse

About Jean Louis Deniot

First of all, he studied contemporary styles at the prestigious school Ecole Camondo. Studies allowed him to form his specific aesthetic. After that, in 2000, he founded his Parisian firm, that manages to grow up to 15 employees. Above all, with projects coming from all over the world, from America to Russia to Dubai, sign of the real fame that surrounds the designer.

No labels exposed, never obvious, luxury has to be personal. Something exceptional that only a few can access. Luxury equals uniqueness.”

Jean Louis Deniot style

Jean Louis Deniot interiors present a specific and emblematic style that can’t be brought back to the extremely simple definition of “contemporary interior style”. As a result, the designer asserted: “I don’t do pure contemporary as to me, it has no soul. I need history in my work!”. Furthermore, the Parisian-based designer projects exude multiples accents and diverse ranges, being able to go beyond a simple definition.

Nolinski Hotel – Paris

Known all around the world, Jean-Louis Deniot – always been a secure choice as an interior designer. Thanks to his capabilities to highlight each project with new and fresh elements. Moreover, he is capable to infuse different cultural trends and local influences and establish a continuum connection with every new place. Besides, he is able to bring French design everywhere, without the risk of creating boring projects.

Manhattan Penthouse

Jean Louis Deniot projects

With several commercial and residential projects in his portfolio, such as houses in the Hamptons, an apartment in Chicago. As well as, chalets in Aspen, private residences in Miami Beach. Likewise, an Art Deco city house and a palace in New Delhi, a 1930’s style penthouse in Milan and a summer house in Capri. Finally, a 70’s style apartment in Colombia. Jean-Louis Deniot managed to give the perfect accent to any room with his exquisite antique selection.

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