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Channeling Japanese Minimalism in a Sprawling Parisian Pad

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Spread over two floors in an 18th-century building on the right bank of the Seine, the spacious apartment of Paris-based American interior designer Elliott Barnes is a thorough study in timeless simplicity. Recently featured on AD España, the 5,380-square-foot home sports a calming blend of muted colors, simple furnishings, and tall, white, and almost entirely bare walls. Though the influence of Japanese minimalism is apparent throughout the home, it really goes full-on Zen once you head up the floating steel staircase and into the attic, where a circular bath, pale wooden floors, and obligatory tea trays await.

· Timeless Calm [AD España via Automatism]