In America, an attic likely houses cobwebs and relics from decades long past (a.k.a. "junk"). In Paris, however, apparently you're sure to find an incredible attic that belongs to a handsome Frenchman. That precisely describes this truly amazing .
Though you have to hike up five flights of stairs to get there (Parisians truly do walk everywhere), the space is worth it. The exposed ceiling beams, wide-planked wood floors, paneled doors, and huge windows throughout the home surround you with beauty. If you thought "attic" was synonymous with "drafty," a cozy wood-burning fireplace will happily prove you wrong. But the real noteworthy feature is the kitchen, an adorably small space that's almost entirely covered in artful black-and-white tiles.
Take a look for yourself:
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