With so many apartments to rent in Paris—all effortlessly chic in that discreet, Parisian sort of way—it’s hard to pick just one. So in honor of indecision and a sudden flash of Francophilia, expect three lovely and very different French apartments featured over the next three days. This airy, third-floor space, designed by architecture and interiors firm Double G, is centrally located in an 18th-century, pre-revolution building with original parquet floors and shots of bright color. The place also packs some serious design cred: Florence Knoll in the bedroom; Finn Juhl chandelier in the kitchen; Philippe Starck lighting in one bathroom and Artemide in the other; a couple Eames shell chairs; and rare one-of-a-kind antique stunners everywhere you turn. And hanging in the kitchen, there’s a pair of sweet flower prints from Deyrolle—an almost-200-year-old shop/institution famous for its artful displays of taxidermy, entomology, shells, curiosities, pedagogical boards and botany prints.
Two bedrooms, two bathrooms. Price starts at $3,200 for a week. The apartment is across the street from the 19th Century Square Louvois and the Bibliotheque Nationale (the original National Library of France), and just down the street from the Rue St. Anne, which is known for its stretch of Japanese restaurants and the 12 Galeries de la Rue Ste Anne. Rent it at haveninparis.com.