The dream family house
The house appears to be tinged by the passing years. And yet, on the inside, everything is brand new. Or rather, everything has been patiently renovated fastidiously and tastefully, giving a feeling of history. Warm shades of colour varying from brown to dusty pink, from celadon green to deep blue before moving onto saffron, echoing prints on fabrics in reference to Indians and Toile de Jouy. Cabriolet armchairs and wingchairs rub shoulders with flecked fabric furniture from antique dealers in the region. Kilim carpets in profound colours intersperse wooden flooring with geometric motifs. Standout objects positioned here and there act as an insight into journeying. The arabesques and the twinkling of chandeliers add a final touch of sparkle and impart an authentic charm to the overall look. As for the rooms, each is named after a painting by Bernard Buffet, inviting guests to daydream…of the perfect family home.