Jean-Louis Deniot first opened his firm in 2000, and today is considered as The Future of the new generation of French High Decoration.Since 2009, his firm is counted as one the most prominent interior design firms by Architectural Digest (US), AD France, AD Spain, and AD Russia, and he is currently nominated in several prestigious selections of the Top 100 international interior design firms. The international press has been highly supportive of all his work making him now one of the most published designers. His work has been featured in the most celebrated international architecture and design magazines such as Architectural Digest (US), AD France, AD Spain, AD Russia, AD Germany, House and Garden (UK and Australia), Elle Decoration in France, US, and Russia, as well as a number of Emirates and Asian magazines.
The sophisticated, architectural, and tailored designs created by Jean-Louis Deniot are based on classic French Decors as seen through today’s eyes; corresponding to current desires and needs, all while remaining timeless.
His achievements and projects in process include private properties as well as commercial spaces all over the world for a high powered clientele. His work can be found in London, Paris, Corsica, Monaco, Milan, Ile of Capri, Istanbul, Dubai, Moscow, Delhi, Aspen, New York, and Bora Bora to name a few.
Jean-Louis Deniot’s high work standards brought him right to the top of this thriving industry, and his continuing success has made him one of the most sought after designers worldwide.
Jean-Louis Deniot likes a room to be versatile. “I love it when you have a space in which you can host a really great party with a DJ or a very elegant, formal dinner,” declares the Paris-based decorator. One of Deniot’s recent projects, the pied-à-terre of an American couple with two energetic young children, perfectly fits the bill. Its style, he says, is “Louis XVI in sneakers.” By that he means traditional 18th-century grandeur laced with a dose of modern, laid-back chic.
The building that houses the apartment is certainly impressive. Situated on a quiet street near the church of Saint-Sulpice on the Left Bank, it was probably part of a much larger mansion built in the 1700s. The apartment itself is accessed via a private stone staircase that would not look out of place in a château in the Loire Valley.