The New Hotel Saint Marc in Paris Designed by Dimore Studio

Admired recently: the newly opened Hotel Saint Marc at 36 Rue Saint-Marc in the Second Arrondissement of Paris. Hoteliers Nadia Murano and Denis Nourrey converted the five-story mansion of the Duc de Choiseul, Louis XV’s chief minister, built in 1791 as the Duc’s retirement house. For the two-year restoration, the hoteliers called on Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran of Dimore Studio, who unleashed their trademark Dimore look: riotous color, eclectic decor, and unexpected elements (including purple carpet) that somehow all come together. Join us for a look.

Photography by Philippe Servent, courtesy of Dimore Studio.

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Above: The concierge desk is kitted with mirrored glass and layers of rare marble. Everything at the Hotel Saint Marc is custom-made.
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Above: Dimore Studio are experts at sourcing rare vintage. Here, a collection of wood glove stretchers are set on a mirror-topped table.
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Above: Pattern clashes that work: a vintage floral rug, custom graphic drapes, and a weathered antique screen.
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Above: Dimore Studio’s version of a picture wall with colored antique glass and empty picture frames.
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Above: A mauve-colored hotel suite resembles a luxe 1950s Milanese waiting room.
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Above: Mauve low-pile carpet matches the bedskirt and moulding. Paired with shades of blue the effect is ultra-serene.
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Above: Heavy curtains in a nostalgic print run on tracks flush to the ceiling.
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Above: The bathroom with chrome fixtures and glossy black subway tile.
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Above: Custom lights, a vanity mirror, and storage cabinet hang above a traditional pedestal sink.
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Above: One of the 26 rooms has a custom graphic headboard that matches the door.
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Above: A room with wild color—purple carpet, red velvet upholstery, and pale yellow paint.
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Above: The halls are kitted with Dimore Studio’s Palm Pile Carpet, one of the many carpets and textiles made by the designers and available through Dimore Gallery.

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