Parisians tend to steer well clear of Paris’ Champs-Élysées for fear of the relentless crush of tourists. The arrival of La Maison du Danemark, however, may be just the ticket to lure them back to this part of the arrondissement. Copenhagen-based d.
The table in the formal dining-room was once in a Paris library. It is now painted and mirrored, surrounded by antique chairs covered in green mohair. From the mirrored ceiling hang four identical chandeliers, a rare find from a church.