TV shows have some of the greatest homes. You’ve got Dallas, the apartment from Friends, the mansion from Fresh Prince of Bel Air. All of these places are decorated perfectly and often have layouts that you can never find in actual homes. In fact sometimes the layouts defy logic. Until now!
How would you like to wake up, walk downstairs and gaze at the Eiffel Tower will sipping your morning coffee? That’s the lifestyle this gorgeous apartment in Paris, France offers. Located between Villa des Ternes and Neuilly, in an art deco building, this top floor duplex apartment has magnificent panoramic view of Paris including the Eiffel Tower, Sacre Coeur, and Invalides.
For some, the square footage doesn’t mean much. I saw this story on Yahoo! this morning that was titled, Simple life in Manhattan: A 90 square foot home. My first reaction was who on earth lives in a place like this? How can someone function? After watching the video interview with Felice Cohen, a writer who lives in the tiny place, I started to realize how a home isn’t measured by square footage. It’s what you make of it.