Jean Louis Deniot is a French Interior designer and architect born on August 27, 1974, in Paris. His geniality was discovered during his education at Camondo. His décors are his playground, spaces where spontaneity and magic are bigger. Recognized worldwide for his eclectic and emblematic interiors, Jean-Louis Deniot plays in a multiplicity of repertoires, never sticking on the purity of style, rather getting his academic training to translate into a vocabulary that is both informed and bold.
Since he has contemporary style on his decor, it is always with a weighty dose of history and references infused into it to produce a timeless yet timely scenario.
You can see in his décors are his playground, spaces where spontaneity and magic are “rigueur”. He never stickings to the purity of style, rather letting his academic training translate into a vocabulary that is both informal and bold.
The lines on his projects are filled with a multiplicity of layers, using vintage furniture, mixing patterns, textures, materials, and pieces from different periods combining them with masterful elegance.
His aesthetic design could be defined as French Chic, featuring timeless interiors with different variations of style and influence. Despite his tremendous mastery achieved over the years, Jean-Louis Deniot is more than used to tailor the home decor around his client’s styles and expectations, blending them with his informal and bold strong signature with modern area rugs, especially with living room rugs.
The Gobi, is well known for its hardest arid conditions and is the largest and driest desert on Asia. GOBI hand-tufted rug depicts the extreme and opposite conditions that occur in this desert through its dark grey and sandy tones, applied in an irregular but incisive shapes. Gobi rug fits well in a sober but strong ambiance of a living room or a dining room.