Frédérique Glainereau is an interior designer inspired by the hotels in the Eden Lodge International Group who has put her stamp on this eco-friendly guesthouse in central Paris.
She is on the cutting-edge of eco-design (first Hi-Life collections in 1993) and will share her values, design choices and top tips with you.
At Eden Lodge Paris, she has personally invested in the project, from planning to design, during the 3-year project building the unique lodge in Paris.
The original idea was to recreate the spirit of a holiday home with garden views making the kitchen its heart. Every room has its own personality to give guests their own private space.
This is luxury off the beaten track.
This lodge is peaceful, calm, stylish and social.
Luxury begins with the spacious rooms which are so rare in Paris.
It also goes into the terraces opening onto the garden, the bathrooms where you’ll want to spend hours unwinding and the super-comfortable beds which are ideal for lazing in.
There are lounges beneath glass roofs where you can read, play and chat surrounded by the garden, your own slice of nature.
Each room’s design has been inspired by something different. Over time, fresh inspiration and discoveries smoothly transform the rooms as Eden Lodge Paris is always evolving.
Now we have a suite inspired by Africa, one inspired by Denmark, a thirst for adventure.
A very Parisian boudoir room, two rooms wavering between the 60s and 70s with a very personal mix.
Vintage furniture that has been around for a long time looks natural placed in each of the rooms.
A splash of Madagascar on the shower curtains in each bathroom which rattle like rainsticks and reveries.